Grooming arrest: A teenager has been arrested in connection with an investigation into child sexual exploitation in the Lincoln area.
Wednesday, January 7
Supply blow: A legal highs shop in Lincoln has closed its doors permanently after related incidents rose in the country.
Traffic management continues: Lincolnshire County Council has reported a significant reduction in traffic levels during the third day of Canwick Road works in Lincoln, however delays are still expected.
Dive into history: Do you see yourself helping tourists and visitors experience the improved Lincoln Castle?
Teachers for the future: A partnership of 17 schools in Lincolnshire will open up over 30 new teacher training places.
Planning ahead: The Christmas decorations are coming down in Lincoln, but a partnership against poverty in the city is encouraging people to save up for next year’s festivities.
Tuesday, January 6
Canwick Road clogged: Lincolnshire County Council has promised reductions in Canwick Road works delays from tomorrow after reviewing traffic management arrangements.
Winter crisis: Hospitals in Lincolnshire have been forced to declare ‘black alerts’ due to extra pressure, and services have been diverted to cope.
Cutting deep: For the first time in four years, Lincolnshire County Council is proposing to increase council tax by 1.9%.
Double train assault: Two young men have been violently assaulted by a group of men wearing Christmas jumpers on a train between Lincoln and Grimsby.
Purse theft: Police are investigating after a woman’s purse was stolen from the passenger seat of her car as she was getting into it.
Helping more people off the streets: The Nomad Trust have bought an industrial to combine several parts of the charity under one roof.
Christmas clean-up: Lincoln residents clearing away their Christmas decorations for another year will be able to make use of free kerbside Christmas tree collections.
Protestors charged: Four drone protesters have been charged and are due in court after cutting the fence and breaking the perimeter at RAF Waddington.
Voting time approaches: The time for reflection from some of our local worthies is surely now over, as the general elections are coming up, writes John Marriott.
A fresh look: David Wright shares tips to get you started with some marketing goals for your business that you’ll actually enjoy sticking to.