More big brands: Lincoln MP Karl McCartney is paving the way for John Lewis to potentially open a store in the city, improving the retail offer.
Monday, December 9
Nine charged across Lincolnshire: A 40-year-old man has been charged with drink driving in Lincoln.
Better parking: Lucy Tower saw an influx of use during its first few days reopened, possibly due to the Christmas Market.
More use: More visitors to the Christmas Market made use of the Park and Ride facilities north of the city this year.
Shoplifting arrests: Two local women have been arrested on suspicion of thefts worth £1,500 from Lincoln shops.
Back in the job: Neil Rhodes has been appointed as the permanent Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police.
Assault on vulnerable teenager: A 14-year-old local autistic boy has been threatened and punched by two youths in Lincoln.
False savings? County Councillor Stephen Palmer argues the decision to hand over to volunteers two thirds of county libraries will not create savings for the council for several years.
Festive social media: Sammy Greener looks at the best examples of social media being incorporated into a marketing campaign this year.
Record to date: The 2013 RAF Waddington International Air Show has raised more than £375,000 for service and local charities.
TV adverts: In her latest column, Susan Marot answers the question if TV advertising is now affordable enough to be in your sales and marketing strategy.