Jailed for disorder: 12 Lincoln men appeared in court today charged with violent disorder charges in Lincoln, 11 receiving jail time.
Tuesday, December 10
Drug production charges: Two men from Lincoln have been charged in relation to the production of cannabis in the city.
Overflow parking: A new car park offering 30 extra spaces has opened in Lincoln city centre.
Debt free festivities: Amanda McSorley of Lincoln CAB offers some tips on not running into debt this Christmas.
Under pressure: Lincoln County Hospital is experiencing high demand for beds and are asking patients to only use A&E “if absolutely necessary”.
Monday, December 9
Nine charged across Lincolnshire: A 40-year-old man has been charged with drink driving in Lincoln.
Better parking: Lucy Tower saw an influx of use during its first few days reopened, possibly due to the Christmas Market.
More use: More visitors to the Christmas Market made use of the Park and Ride facilities north of the city this year.
Shoplifting arrests: Two local women have been arrested on suspicion of thefts worth £1,500 from Lincoln shops.
Back in the job: Neil Rhodes has been appointed as the permanent Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police.
Assault on vulnerable teenager: A 14-year-old local autistic boy has been threatened and punched by two youths in Lincoln.