Ice skating bonanza: Ice skating displays from local skating teams and professionals marked the opening of the 2015 Lincoln BIG Ice Rink.
Wednesday, December 17
Lincoln-a-Ride boost: Elderly and disabled users of a Lincoln transportation charity will benefit from a donation of hundreds of pounds.
A very real Christmas tale: Kate Taylor recounts her own sobering sexual assault experiences and signals the importance of support.
362 dwellings pending for Branston: An outline application for 91 homes off Station Road in Branston village near Lincoln has been approved with a reserved site for a new doctor’s surgery.
Unexplained death: An 18-year-old University of Lincoln student has died in the early hours of Wednesday, and police are treating his death as unexplained.
Live: City of Lincoln Council Leader Ric Metcalfe joins The Lincolnite for a lunch time live web chat answering your questions.
Anti-poverty campaign: City of Lincoln Council apprentices will join together to promote safe and responsible borrowing in the build-up to Christmas and in the New Year.
Mental health agenda: Labour candidate for Lincoln Lucy Rigby wants to see mental health at the centre of the local healthcare approach.
Christmas opportunists: Police in the Castle and Minster wards of Lincoln are advising vehicle owners after a theft spike in the lead up to Christmas.
Tuesday, December 16
Canwick Road works begin: The £4.5 million scheme to upgrade Canwick Road in Lincoln will begin in January with disruptions expected for motorists in the south of the city.
Final stages: The disruptive one-way system on Station Road in Lincoln will be removed as the new footway and cycle path are completed.
Revving up for their 51st display season: A former Red Arrows display pilot has returned to the team to become its commanding officer.
Weight lifting challenge: A team of 25 Lincoln strongmen are resting their biceps after lifting over 32 tonnes to put Christmas meals on the table for homeless people.
Clamping down on HMOs: The City Council agreed to pursue putting limits in place for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) in Lincoln.
No Airshow in 2015: This year’s RAF Waddington Air Show raised £260,000 for service and local charities, who will split the benefits.
Bus station robbery: Police are appealing for witnesses after an 80-year-old man was pushed to the ground and robbed at Lincoln bus station.