Ice skating bonanza: Ice skating displays from local skating teams and professionals marked the opening of the 2015 Lincoln BIG Ice Rink.
Friday, December 19
Another public enquiry: The Department for Transport will hold another public inquiry before deciding whether to grant legal orders needed for the Lincoln Eastern Bypass.
Robbery: Police are appealing for information after a young woman was robbed in the Portland Street area of Lincoln.
Burglary charge: A Lincoln man has been charged with stealing cash from a Papa John’s pizza chain in the city.
Bad hair day: Police are appealing for information after burglars broke into a Lincoln hair salon and stole items including hair dye, nail varnishes and towels.
Lincoln aglow: Lanterns snaked their way up Steep Hill in Lincoln as families gathered for a special Christmas event.
Community support: A Lincoln printing firm has brought Christmas cheer early to children on the Rainforest ward at Lincoln County Hospital.
Thursday, December 18
Consultation shows 97% approval rate: Lincoln is a step closer to enforcing the country’s first ban on so-called ‘legal highs’.
Crossing safe for now: Network Rail and Lincolnshire County Council have said that no proposals have been put forward to close the Brayford Wharf East level crossing in Lincoln.
Accelerating science: Lucky Lincoln sixth form students got the physics lesson of a lifetime when they took a trip to Switzerland.
Taxi tariffs: Taxi fares in North Kesteven will increase for the first time since 2008, but they’ll remain at a rate lower than the national average.
He denies the offence: A Lincoln man has been jailed for five and a half years for committing a robbery at knifepoint in the uphill area of the city.
CCTV appeal: Police are hoping to identify two men in relation to an unprovoked assault of a 39-year-old man at a Lincoln petrol station.
Lincoln Eastern Bypass: Campaigners are hopeful that more funding from the Department for Transport could help them get a bridge for cars over Hawthorn Road.
Wednesday, December 17
Service at risk: Lincolnshire Police received news today of a further £3 million cut to their budget, which could mean a reduction in officers numbers, the Chief Constable warned.
End of an era: The gates of Lincoln Castle will be bolted for three months as the £22 million regeneration project reaches the last hurdle.