A woman from Lincoln has been jailed for seven years for the manslaughter of a man she stabbed in the leg during an argumentRead the full story ›
The court heard that on December 23rd last year Stewart Greene killed nine-year-old Alex by drowning him in a bath.Read the full story ›
A grandfather has admitted murdering his nine-year-old grandson. Lincoln Crown Court was told that Alex Robinson was drowned in a bath by 65-year-old Stewart Greene.
Alex was left in Greene's care at his mother's home in Lincoln last December.
Greene said he was angry at his daugther for not letting him live with her. The court heard Greene had been in and out of psychiatric hospitals since the 1980s. He will be sentenced later today.
A pensioner accused of murdering his grandson has now admitted he drowned him in the bath at the boy's home two days before Christmas last year but still insists he's not guilty of murder.
Stewart Greene was looking after nine-year-old Alex Robinson while his family were out shopping for Christmas dinner.
Kate Hemingway reports:
Police investigating a series of burglaries in Lincoln have released CCTV images of three men they want to identify.
On 16th November, a number of reports of burglaries were made in relation to properties in South Lincoln where offenders gained entry by forcing a rear door.
Police say the men pictured may have information to help assist with the enquiry.
Lincoln has been doing its bit for international peace, by celebrating World Hello Day with a number of community get-togethers.
At Bishop King Primary School, youngsters who speak 20 different languagues between them, served up a number of treats, along with songs and traditional dress from different countries.
It is the third year the city council has marked this international day of greeting, which aims to promote world peace and remove barriers between every nationality.
A mother of two from Lincoln has had hiccups for eight years.
Lisa Graves, who is a tattoo artist, first developed the condition when she became pregnant and doctors have been unable to come up with a way to stop it despite trying every test going. She is now hoping telling her story may lead to someone finding a cure for her.
Duncan Wood reports:
The family of a man who died following a collision on the A46 Lincoln Bypass on November 1st have released the following statement.
It is with great sadness that that we announce the death of Ben Marshall following a road traffic collision on 1st November.
He will be greatly missed by all the family. The family would ask that they be given privacy in their grief.’
The Bishop of Lincoln will bless the county's gritters today.
The Right Reverend Christopher Lowson will hold a special ceremony to mark the start of the road preparations for the winter months.
A man who is believed to be suffering depression has gone missing in Lincoln.
33-year-old Simon Harrison of Washingborough has been missing for several hours and has not been in contact with his family since around 5:30pm this evening.
He is believed to be suffering from depression and the contact he has had earlier in the day with his family and the police are concerned about his welfare.
He may have been in the area between the south-west of Lincoln and out towards Washingborough possibly on the footpath that runs out to Washingborough along the river bank.
It is not believed that he has access to his own transport.
He is described as being 6' tall, thin build, clean shaven, with dark hair. He is possibly wearing a blue or black jacket, jeans and blue suede Adidas trainers.
Anyone who sees him or who has any knowledge as to his whereabouts should call Lincolnshire Police.