A report found it was struggling to hold prisoners safely and in decent conditions, but staff were working to address these challenges.Read the full story ›
The actor has been named as the new patron of St Barnabas Hospice in the city.Read the full story ›
People flocked to Lincolnshire's rural archaeological sites, where over 70,000 artefacts from the county's history have been unearthed.Read the full story ›
The Domesday Book has gone on display at Lincoln Castle as part of a major new exhibition.
The document is the oldest public record in England, showing how people lived more than 900 years ago.
It is the first time in living memory that the record has been exhibited outside London in living memory. Visitors have just over three months to take a look.
Lincoln City legend Graham Taylor is to be honoured by having a train named after him.
London Midland are planning to rename their new carriage "Graham Taylor OBE" - in memory of the Imps hero who died aged 72.
The former England boss who was born in Worksop made 150 appearances for Lincoln City before a five-year managerial stint in the 70s.
Five knights from Lincoln's upcoming Knights' trail have arrived in London this morning.
Visit Lincoln says it will be talking to rail passengers at Kings Cross to promote the city.
Police want to speak to this man after a member of the public was conned out of £4,000 over an unpaid phone bill.
The man was contacted by someone posing as a representative from BT's debt recovery department, saying he owed them money.
He was told a staff member needed to collect his bank card, which he handed over. The card was then used to withdraw £4,000 from Lloyds Bank in Lincoln.
Anyone who recognises the man pictured should call Lincolnshire Police on 101.
Shop owners in Lincoln are being told to challenge their business rates, as building work on Transport Hub continues to cause disruption.Read the full story ›
A 71-year-old woman who had gone missing from Lincoln hospital has been found safe and well.
A 71-year-old woman has gone missing after leaving the A&E department at Lincoln County Hospital.
Luy Hempsall, who is considered vulnerable due to health conditions, left the hospital at around 10am on Saturday April 29.
She is described as being 5ft tall, of average build with grey hair which was tied back in a ponytail. She was last seen wearing jeans, a dark blue waterproof jacket and glasses.