Help Yourself campaign: Lincolnshire Police are launching a new initiative to tackle a rise in the number of burglaries in Lincoln the past few months.
Wednesday, December 4
Panto road show: Actors from this year’s pantomime ‘Cinderella’ have been travelling across schools in the county to give them a taste of what’s to come.
Strong winds forecast: Met Office issued an amber weather warning for wind gusts of 60 to 70mph expected across Lincolnshire on Thursday.
Growing inwards: Councillors will decide whether to support a major development in Lincoln, also known as the Western Growth Corridor.
Business support: With Small Business Saturday on the way, Lucy Rigby explains what the government can do to help support small businesses.
Fake tobacco: Two Lincoln shop owners have been prosecuted and fined for selling counterfeit tobacco in the city.
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.