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.
Wednesday, December 4
Lincoln means business: Alongside the Lincoln Christmas Market, shoppers are being encouraged to support Small Business Saturday.
Woman injured: There were delays on Carholme Road last night due to a collision between a car and a pedestrian.
Faster mobile broadband: Network operator EE announced it will launch its 4G mobile broadband network in Lincoln in time for Christmas.
Tuesday, December 3
The Rest Hotel: A new boutique hotel, bar and coffee house is preparing to open its doors on Steep Hill, and we stopped by for an exclusive preview.
The last stand: Union members from the University of Lincoln have taken part in a second strike over pay, after negotiations failed.
More homes: The council managed to get 157 more homes by encouraging owners to bring long-term vacant properties back into use.
Passed proposal: Plans to turn 30 Lincolnshire libraries into community hubs or a mobile service have been approved by the County Council.
Operational escalation: With United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust sites under pressure, the trust has introduced new measures for financial and clinical stability.
Spreading Christmas cheer: Enter our draw for the chance to win an amazing festive Christmas hamper packed with quality local produce from Lincolnshire Co-operative.
Don’t drink and drive: Lincolnshire Police launched their Christmas anti-drink driving campaign in Lincoln, and five people have been arrested so far.