Lincolnshire County Council news on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care, family history and councillors
Two upcoming events aim to help Lincolnshire’s SMEs win local authority business.
12 schools in Lincolnshire have received their bronze Food for Life Partnership awards
Lincoln residents Rev. Liz Jackson, Mrs Micky Philp, Rosana Townsend, Joy Liddle and Peter Howie have received the High Sheriff Award for the vital voluntary work they do to help others in the city.
Superfast speeds are just around the corner with a multi-million pound broadband project due to start imminently.
County councillor Rachel Hubbard has resigned her seat because of personal reasons.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue’s application process for Wholetime Firefighters is now closed.
An owner of two Lincoln convenience stores has been banned from selling alcohol anywhere in the UK, following a prosecution by Lincolnshire Trading Standards.
Licensed premises in Lincolnshire are being warned that the county’s Trading Standards and police are watching, after a Spalding kebab shop owner was prosecuted for selling fake vodka containing paint stripper chemicals.
The Responders To Warmth (R2W) scheme has returned.
The Twelfth Night means taking down Christmas decorations and clearing out for the New Year - and you may be surprised to learn of a number of items which can be taken to recycling centres…
Following reports across Lincolnshire of vehicles driving through closed areas with flood water up to their headlights, the County Council is warning motorists to respect road closure signs - and has issued 5 surprising reasons why driving through water can be dangerous.
Do you want to report potential flooding?
Residents across Lincolnshire are being asked for their views on wind farms.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards, Lincolnshire Police and Community Lincs are launching an initiative to reduce doorstep crime.
Protecting vulnerable consumers in their own homes and giving them the confidence to say NO is the aim of this year’s National Consumer Week.
Victims of domestic abuse in Lincolnshire are supported by some of the best services in the country, according to a leading expert.