Ice skating bonanza: Ice skating displays from local skating teams and professionals marked the opening of the 2015 Lincoln BIG Ice Rink.
Thursday, November 26
Behind bars: Stewart Greene has been jailed for life for drowning his grandson Alex Robinson in Lincoln two days before Christmas.
“Close relationship”: Robert Taylor’s daughter has paid tribute to her dad while hitting out at the woman jailed for his manslaughter.
Sentenced: A woman who killed a popular Lincoln dad when she lashed out with a kitchen knife while being attacked by a group of men has been jailed for seven years.
Lincoln Draft Local Plan: Consultations have come to an end on the Central Lincolnshire Draft Local Plan and responses will be reviewed.
Change of plea: Stewart Greene has changed his plea following a legal ruling by the trial judge and admitted murder.
Dividend bonus: Lincolnshire Co-op members who hold dividend cards will share a total of £1.56 million after a successful year of trading for the society.
Lincolnshire leaders: Outline applications are now being accepted for programmes designed to support businesses and community projects in Lincolnshire.
Fundraising drive: Two Lincoln charities have shared almost £2,000 from the first fundraising venture by the LN6 Business Network.
Wednesday, November 25
Autumn Statement: Find out what changes in the latest spending review will affect you in the coming years.
Car park lighting: Twenty solar panels have been installed at a Lincoln car park, which is hoped to save the city council thousands of pounds.
Approval: Controversial plans for 120 new homes near Lincoln have been given the go-ahead.
Murder trial: A psychiatrist giving evidence described Stewart Greene as a “callous” and “manipulative” man.
Learn or Leave: The Lincoln University Technical College (UTC) marked its official opening with honorary guest Juergen Maier, CEO of Siemens UK.
Missing man: Police are appealing for help in finding a vulnerable missing man, who was last seen leaving a Lincoln mental health centre.
Light up a Life: Over 1,500 Lincoln residents have raised more than £32,000 for a Lincolnshire hospice after a torchlight parade through the city.