The latest news from Lincolnshire County Council on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care and councillors.
Contractors working on behalf of Lincolnshire County Council are set to complete minor repairs to Newark Road, Lincoln, during the October half term school break.
Lincolnshire Adoption Service is inviting local residents to come and meet approved adopters, find out about their experiences and the rewards of giving a young person a loving home.
Saturday 10 October is World Mental Health Day, and Lincolnshire’s library service is taking the opportunity to remind people about its Books on Prescription scheme.
After years of planning, diggers can now be seen off the B1174 and along Tollmache Road in Grantham as construction of the first phase of the town’s southern relief road gets underway.
Ten months into the project to create an East-West Link Road in Lincoln, the site has been deemed to be performing well above the standard expected under the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS).
Have you considered switching suppliers? There’s still time to join the Lincolnshire Energy Switch Scheme by Monday 12 October.
Mr Kevin Mills (49) of Stirling Court in Grantham was prosecuted by Lincolnshire Trading Standards for selling and storing illicit tobacco products from his home.
You can explore the wonders of the night sky at Lincoln Central Library next month.
A newly-constructed salt barn at Willingham Hall highways depot, near Market Rasen, will provide ideal conditions for storing salt to be used for gritting the county’s roads during severe winter conditions.
The county council has today submitted its formal response to the public inquiry into plans to develop the onshore infrastructure needed for the Triton Knoll offshore wind farm.
The owner of former Tokyo nightclub in Lincoln has been ordered to pay a significant fine after flouting fire safety laws.
The Household Waste Recycling Centre in Skegness was temporarily closed on Friday 2 October after a 30mm ammunition shell was discovered by staff.
A programme of improvements is scheduled to start in Stamford on Monday 5 October.
Agencies this week have joined forces to crack down on rogue traders
Local firms can get free expert advice on how to grow and develop their business through an upcoming series of workshops.
A consultation has launched asking people who live in Bourne how they think the historic Town Hall building could be used in future.
Resurfacing works will take place on Westborough Lane between the two bends to the east of the village, from Monday 12 - Friday 16 October.
Landlords are required by law to install smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in their properties
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A man from Boston has been jailed for possessing and selling illicit tobacco.
Lincolnshire County Council’s fleet of gritters will head out this weekend (Saturday 3 October) on their first test run of the year.
This Lincolnshire Day, the popular Lincoln museum marks its 10th anniversary.
Lincolnshire firms looking to take their business to the next level are being invited to the fourth annual Building a Better Business event.
Resurfacing works are scheduled to be carried out overnight on the A157 at the crossroads with the B1225 junction near Burgh on Bain.
Maddie Sylvester (39)* from Lincolnshire has, for the first time, told her story of a life of domestic abuse in a bid to empower others.
Thanks to help from Lincoln University and the Business Lincolnshire Growth Hub, Community Lincs is arranging a new and exciting event, the Lincolnshire Women’s Enterprise Day.
Ambitious plans to transform an underused site near the Pullover at Chapel St Leonards are becoming a reality as work gets underway.
Lincoln Castle Revealed has been shortlisted for the Best UK Tourism Project by the prestigious British Guild of Travel Writers.
Local councillors, MPs and business leaders have come together to start work on a long-term plan for coastal regeneration.
Cyclists across Lincoln will be able to enjoy a more scenic journey following the opening of a new cycle path route on Thursday 24 September.
Lincolnshire’s emergency planners and services are backing a new initiative to lead motorists to safety in the event of a major flood.
The success of Lincolnshire’s Joint Ambulance Conveyance Project was recognised at the Health Service Journal Value in Healthcare Awards last night, as it was named the winner in the Acute Service Redesign category.
Learn more about Henry VIII’s right-hand man during a special event at Lincoln Central Library.
As the nights get colder and darker, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is warning the public to take care when using candles in the home.
A new hands-on exhibition exploring the treasures of the county archives is set to open at The Collection later this week.
Drive a lorry and fancy doing something a bit different? Lincolnshire is on the look-out for people to help drive the gritters.
The Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Project is inviting keen snappers of all ages to enter a photography competition seeking out memorable images that capture the natural beauty of this rare Wolds habitat.
The popular event returns to the Museum of Lincolnshire Life on Saturday 17 October.
Celebrate all that’s great about the county in a number of special events taking place for Lincolnshire Day, Thursday 1 October.
There’s just one week left to have your say about what adults are asked to pay towards their care, in a consultation that closes on 28 September.