Lincon council chiefs are to consider whether to support a £250million development that could provide over 2,700 homes in the city.
Thousands of pounds found floating in a Spalding river have been seized by police under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
Supporters of the 'Save Lincolnshire Libraries 'campaign will march through Lincoln city centre today.
A Lincolnshire Trust's decision to recruit 70 nurses from Europe to work at their hospitals from this week has been criticised by the Royal College of Nursing as a short-term fix.
United Lincolnshire Hospital Trust was placed in special measures this year and criticised for poor staffing levels. In August, the Trust said a low response to vacancies led them to widen their search to the continent.
A woman has spoken of how she was left bedridden and in constant pain after a series of hospital blunders failed to mend her fractured leg.
Tracey Hughes fell seven years ago, and is still suffering after Boston Pilgrim Hospital in Lincolnshire made a series of errors during operations which has left her with one leg shorter than the other.
Martin Fisher has the full story.
Seven years and 14 operations down the line, a woman who went to hospital with a broken leg still needs more operations to fix the damage done in a string of botched jobs by a Lincolnshire hospital.
Mother-of-three Tracey Hughes, from Spalding, has been left with one leg three-and-a-half centimetres shorter than the other and is still suffering after her fall.
Boston Pilgrim Hospital, which is run by the United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust, has admitted responsibility and apologised, as well as paying out more than £1million in compensation.
A woman has been awarded more than £1million in compensation after a series of operations went badly wrong when she broke her leg.
Tracey Hughes went to Boston Pilgrim Hospital in Lincolnshire to be treated, but a series of blunders left her in constant pain.
Things went from bad to worse when her partner lost his job due to the amount of time he needed to take off while looking after her.
An illegal rave due to be held in a village near Lincoln is the target of a major police operation after the details of the event were discovered by officers.
The unlicensed music event was planned for tonight, but Lincolnshire Police say they are determined to prevent it going ahead due to "serious concerns" over safety.
A statement on the police website vows that "substantial resources" will be ploughed into preventing organisers setting up, and prevent revellers from getting to the location.
All sound equipment will be seized and people also risk arrest for their part in the illegal event.
Seven Eastern European shops in Boston in Lincolnshire have been raided for illegally selling unlicensed prescription-only medicine.
The raids were carried out by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency.
Concerns were raised after a man's death was thought to be linked to medicine sold in an Eastern European shop.
Several shopkeepers have been cautioned by police and could face jail sentences if caught again.
Neal Patel from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society has warned anyone purchasing illegal medicines that they pose a risk to their own health.
A teenager who has been in a coma since August has woken up and said his first words.
Ryan Smith, aged 16, was knocked off his bike by a van while riding to his summer job in Grantham.
According to the Lincolnshire Echo, his first words after opening his eyes were "hello", "mum" and "dad".
Ryan had not been wearing a helmet while riding his bike. After the accident, his father Mark launched a campaign following the crash to encourage youngsters to ride safely.
A teenager from Lincolnshire has spoken out about how taking so-called "legal highs" destroyed his family. The teenager, who didn't want to be identified, told Calendar how he used to smoke the drugs - also known as New Psychoactive Substances - every day.
He offered them to his brother, who became addicted and has now been sectioned under the Mental Health Act. He's spoken out as part of a campaign lead by police and trading standards to crack down on those using and selling the drugs.
Police divers have been searching a river near Spalding after sixty thousand pounds in cash was found floating in the water.
Detectives say they have no idea where the money came from but suspect it could be linked to the proceeds of crime.
They think more bank notes might still be in the water and have been searching downstream from where the cash was discovered.