The latest news from Lincolnshire County Council on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care and councillors.
The Department for Transport (DfT) will hold a public inquiry before deciding whether to grant legal orders needed for the Lincoln Eastern Bypass.
The Illegal Money Lending Team is cracking down this Christmas on loan sharks who cause nothing but misery in communities.
The A52 Barrowby Road will be closed overnight, from 10pm tonight 17 December to 6am tomorrow morning. The closure is to allow Network Rail to carry out essential maintenance work on the railway bridge.
The gates will close on the old Lincoln Castle for the final time next week ahead of a spectacular re-opening in 2015.
Work to upgrade Canwick Road is due to begin on 5 January 2015.
The new footway and cycle path along Station Road is due to be finished earlier than expected.
There are lots of things you can do to help family and friends who are feeling down through the festive period. Being a good friend can be a lifeline, sometimes it’s the smallest gesture that has the biggest effect.
The number of people travelling by bus to Witham St Hughs and Bassingham, has increased by more than 70% since 2012 - the equivalent of 14,000 new passengers.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is reminding residents of their top tips on how to stay safe this December.
Figures released yesterday on the 2014 Key Stage 2 National Curriculum Assessments show that results in Lincolnshire are broadly similar to those in 2013.
180 pupils at the Holbeach Academy have been learning about how life isn’t always that easy.
The A631 at Kelstern will be closed for five days from Saturday 13 December for reconstruction and resurfacing works, weather permitting.
Robert Foulkes (UKIP) has been elected to represent Stamford North on Lincolnshire County Council.
Four students have received an award for planning how their school could support local residents in an emergency.
A new exhibition inspired by the Lincoln A to Z street map opens to the public from 20 December at The Collection.
Local historian and author Peter Bradshaw will be signing copies of his local history book at Gainsborough Library.
Local councils have been awarded £200,000 to further joint efforts in tackling fraud.
118 international artists to offer new perspective on painting in exhibition at Lincoln's Usher Gallery
From Bangkok to Lincoln - an international art exhibition called ‘(detail)’ is coming to the Usher Gallery from 20 December until 19 April.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue will be donning their Santa hats and jingling all the way as they escort Santa’s sleigh across the county.
The A157 Lincoln Road, East Barkwith will be closed for six days from Monday 8 December, weather permitting.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue will be opening their annual fire safety shop in the Hildreds Centre, Skegness from 10am on Tuesday 9 December.
Councillor Colin Davie, Executive Member for Economic Development, has given his reaction to today’s announcements (3 December).
A year on from coastal flooding in Boston and along the east coast, Lincolnshire County Council is encouraging residents to be prepared should flooding happen again in the future.
Sixty schools signed up for the Lincolnshire Schools Switch Off Challenge on 21 November, saving almost a tonne of carbon dioxide - enough to meet the energy use of an average house for 27 days.
The contract has now been awarded for the Canwick Road Improvements Scheme, a major project to provide additional traffic lanes and ease congestion in the south of Lincoln.
Firefighters from Boston fire station will be soaking up the suds and working up a lather in the National Car Wash this Saturday, 6 December.
Road repairs will be carried out on Lincoln Lane, Thorpe on the Hill for four days from Wednesday 3 December, weather permitting.
The county council has joined the Government in reaffirming its commitment to investing in local flood defences.
The Access LN6 team at Lincolnshire County Council is running a competition for schoolchildren to win a brand new bike for Christmas.
Sign up to a winter warmer of savings on gas and electricity bills for 2015 with the Lincolnshire Energy Switch Scheme.
Springfield Road in Grantham will now be closed until midnight on Friday 12 December, allowing Network Rail to continue their essential works.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards is taking part in a national campaign to help protect residents from cyber-fraudsters.
Your views are needed as the county council and NHS work to improve services for people with autism in Lincolnshire.
Secretary of State for Business, Vince Cable, was in Lincoln to mark the official launch of the Energy from Waste facility.
Work to develop a new footway and cycle path along Station Road in North Hykeham is progressing ahead of the original 16 week schedule.
A new exhibition looking at the history of Grantham’s pubs and inns has been launched at the town’s library.
New funding has been earmarked to offer a helping hand to small rural businesses across Greater Lincolnshire.
Work to remove trees which are damaging a section of the A52 will take place for approximately two weeks from 4 December, weather permitting.
The traditional countryside skill of hedgelaying is set to be revived by volunteers in the Coastal Country Park this winter.
Better connections with the capital have been promised as part of changes to the East Coast mainline.