The future of Cleethorpes Pier has been thrown into doubt once again as a deal to sell the attraction falls through.
A new airline has taken off for the first time from Humberside Airport run by young entrepreneur Daniel Reilly.
Hundreds of emergency services personnel have had their skills tested at a mocked up train crash simulation in Lincolnshire.
People living in Sleaford and the surrounding villages are being invited to find out more about proposals to turn an intensive chicken farm into a 239-acre Eco Park.
Boiling Wells Farm, between Rauceby and Sleaford, has been identified as a potential location for the recreational and educational facility by renewable energy company Kinetica.
The company now wants to work with people living and working nearby to finalise the plans and is holding a public exhibition today at Quarrington Community Hall between 2pm and 8pm.
1 of 2 - 4 appliances from Louth, Binbrook and North Somercotes are dealing with a building fire on Fairfield Industrial estate, Louth.From @LincsFireRescue on Twitter:
Hundreds of traders have been setting up for the Lincolnshire Show today as the final preparations are made ahead of the two day event which kicks off tomorrow.
Organisers of the show say they are hoping for a record turnout this year to show support to farming communities, who have been faced with extremely testing times over the last few months. Kate Hemingway reports.
A public meeting's being held in Lincoln this evening as part of the Keogh review, set up in the wake of NHS failings in Mid Staffordshire. An independent review panel is observing the Lincoln County Hospital in action - and to find out the views of patients.
At tonight's meeting members of the public will be able to express their own views of the United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust. And there's a further meeting in Boston tomorrow evening.
The panel, which consists of more than 20 doctors, nurses, managers and patient representatives, is chaired by Ruth May, Chief Nurse for the Midlands and East.
– Ruth May, Chief Nurse for the Midlands and East
"We have a data pack giving a lot of information about the Trust, but we have cone here to use our eyes and ears and to listen to what staff and patients have to say. We will produce a report which supports the organisation by identifying where they can improve further."
Members of NHS England examining hospital standards are in Lincoln and north Nottinghamshire later to hear the views of patients. They're visiting hospitals which have higher than expected death rates
A restaurant owner on Lincoln's Brayford waterfront has spoken of her dismay at the extension to renovations at the nearby Lucy Tower Street multi-storey. Catherine Kirk-Keverne owns 'The Barge on the Brayford' and says her trade is down since the car park closed and believes things will get worse.
The leader of City of Lincoln Council says it is disappointing that the Lucy Tower multi-storey car park in the centre of the city must remain closed for longer than first thought for extra repairs. Councillor Ric Metcalfe says they will not know for some time how much longer it will close for.
Lincoln's Lucy Tower car park is to remain closed longer than the five months first estimated for renovations. Engineers have found more damage at the multi-storey on the Brayford waterfront than they expected. The City of Lincoln Council does not yet know how much longer the work will take.
There is concern our region's farmers could be in for another bad harvest. A survey by the National Farmers' Union is predicting less wheat will be grown because of bad weather during the winter affecting planting.
It has been one of the main talking points at a large agricultural event in Lincolnshire from where James Webster reports:
A 24-year-old man has been remanded in custody after appearing in court charged with criminal damage with intent to endanger life following an explosion at a Tory Party office.
Paul Leversedge faced magistrates in Grantham in connection with the blast at the Conservative Hall in Bourne on Monday.
The explosion caused minor damage to the office, where Grantham and Stamford MP Nick Boles holds constituency surgeries.
Following the incident on Monday morning, Mr Boles, who serves as a planning minister, issued a statement in which he said: "Obviously I deplore this act of violence."
Police were called at around 1.24am on Monday to reports of an explosion at the Grantham and Stamford Conservative Association office in Burghley Street.
A Grantham Magistrates' Court spokesman said Leversedge, from, Bourne, was remanded in custody to appear at Lincoln Crown Court on June 26.