Lincolnshire County Council
Lincolnshire Trading Standards is warning residents to be on their guard for bogus calls after a number of people have reported being called by the county council.
Nearly 100 bikes have been donated to a project aimed at giving unemployed people access to transport
Cycle Recycle teaches unemployed people in the Lincoln area useful cycle maintenance skills as they restore and repair donated cycles.
Residents in Lincoln and North Kesteven can be assured that if they ask their local Chinese restaurant what allergens are in specific dishes - they will receive an accurate and comprehensive answer.
Residents in Spalding are being invited to come along and meet their local firefighters when Spalding Fire Station holds an open day on Saturday 8th August, from 10am until 4pm.
The first new community hub - including library services - has opened its doors to the public, with more to follow in the coming weeks.
More than a quarter of a million miles were clocked up as Lincolnshire cyclists rose to the challenge
Last month 2,084 people from 93 companies and organisations across the county saddled up to take part in the 2015 Lincs Cycle Challenge organised by the county council’s Access Lincoln project.
County News meets a “troublesome teen” whose future was transformed on a Prince’s Trust programme.