Lincoln City is celebrating after pulling off another giant-killing act by beating Brighton Hove Albion 3 - 1 in the 4th round of the FA Cup. Huddersfield Town beat Rochdale four nil.
The company Veolia, which held an information event in Lincoln yesterday, wants to build a waste transfer plant on Long Leys Road.Read the full story ›
The company that is proposing a new waste processing plant in Lincoln has been holding a public consultation today.Read the full story ›
Police are hunting a fraudster who scammed over £300 out of a supermarket.Read the full story ›
Casey Scott was told he would serve a minimum of 19 years for the murder of a mother-of-twoRead the full story ›
A robber who stabbed a man twice during a raid on a home in Lincoln has been jailed for nine years.
Dalton Lee Hudson, 25, of St Giles, Lincoln, threatened the occupants of the house on Arboretum Avenue in Lincoln in December 2014. He stabbed one man twice and attempted to steal a woman's bag.
Investigating officer Detective Constable Maria Horner said: "Having lived through a traumatic and shocking event, and then given evidence of it at trial, I'd like to thank the victims for their courage in seeing the justice process through to the end. Hudson has never apologised or shown remorse but I hope he uses his time in prison to reflect on the damage he's done and makes better choices in future."
Angela Ball, 81, has grey curly hair and is believed to be wearing a 3/4 length beige coat.Read the full story ›
Take a look back at the life of former England manager Graham Taylor who died suddenly aged 72.Read the full story ›
Lincoln City have paid tribute to their former player and manager Graham Taylor following his death earlier today.
Taylor, who was born in Worksop, played around 150 games for the Imps between 1968 and 1972.
After retiring through injury, he began his managerial career at Lincoln and won the Fourth Division title with the club in 1976.
Grimsby Town have paid tribute to their former manager Graham Taylor, following his death earlier today.
Taylor, who was born in Scunthorpe, played more than 180 games for The Mariners between 1962 and 1968.