Lincolnshire County Council
A programme of essential repair work is taking place on roads in villages around Lincoln
Lincolnshire Trading Standards have seized illegal cigarettes and a number of out of date foods from International Foods, of High Street, Boston.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is inviting residents in Sleaford to see plans for a new fire station.
A £1.75m government investment from the Coastal Communities Fund will help create the UK’s first purpose-built marine observatory at Chapel St Leonards, as well as replace Gibraltar Point’s flood-damaged visitor centre.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards and Lincolnshire Police have joined forces once more to seize illegal cigarettes from properties in Grantham.
Time is running out to join the Lincolnshire Energy Switch Scheme - which has saved thousands of pounds for the county’s residents on their energy bills.
The council’s executive will decide how best to realise the economic benefits arising from the Boston Barrier project to reduce the risk of tidal flooding.
A project led by the county council and BT is transforming broadband connections across Lincolnshire, bringing superfast speeds to more people than ever before