Avoid festive fires: Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is ensuring residents stay safe from fire hazards over Christmas with its top tips.
Friday, December 12
Christmas jumpers: For once, the ugliest Christmas sweaters are being encouraged as part of the annual Christmas Jumper Day campaign.
Birthday celebrations: A Lincoln charity has planned events to celebrate its 45th anniversary next year.
Thursday, December 11
Best day out: Lincoln Cathedral has been labelled a top day out by East Coast Trains’ passengers.
Wednesday, December 10
Bus clean up: A food standards agency team will clean up the Lincoln Dial-a-Ride minibuses.
Evacuation centre: Four pupils won an award for their ideas to turn their school into a local point of safety for residents in an emergency.
Tuesday, December 9
Charity scheme: A Lincoln charity has won £1,000 as part of a giving project by a local law firm.
Good service: LCHS has been rated Good overall in a recent report by the Care Quality Commission.
Monday, December 8
Back in the game: Lincoln City Football Club’s Board of Directors have appointed Chris Moyses as the new manager.
Light up procession: Youths around Lincoln are getting ready for a special parade through the city centre this week.
Friday, December 5
Worst gifts: Residents have listed their top five best and worst gifts in the run up to Christmas.
Extra funds: The government will offer the local Bomber Command project £150k in extra funding.
Chippy trip: A Lincoln chippy took part in an educational trip to Norway as a finalist of a national award.
Thursday, December 4
Something for everyone: Here are our top picks from over 200 stalls to visit at the Lincoln Christmas Market 2014.
Out to tender? Provisions to run Lincolnshire libraries could be put out to tender now Greenwich Leisure LTD’s bid has been accepted.
Wednesday, December 3
Missing: Police are looking for information on a woman who went missing in the middle of the night.
One sleep to go: Stallholders and local businesses are getting ready for four days of festive fun at Lincoln Christmas Market.
Generous donations: Residents and businesses have come forward to help a charity shop left damaged and penniless due to a break-in.
New code: A new document detailing the expected behaviour of private hire drivers and passenger care has been approved by council.
Funding: Bishop Grosseteste University has secured funding to continue work on the Sandford Learning Cascade Project.