The latest news from Lincolnshire County Council on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care and councillors.
Cllr Colin Davie, Executive Member for Economic Development, has given his reaction to today’s Spending Review.
On the day of the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, Lincolnshire residents are being asked to consider the future of council services in the light of much reduced budgets.
Outline applications are now being accepted from the four LEADER programmes in Lincolnshire.
Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman has been finding out more about the technology being used to bring fibre broadband to thousands of properties in his constituency.
The Collection has notched up an astounding one million visitors in just its first ten years.
It’s hoped that a multi-billion pound investment in the nation’s defences will bring benefits to the Lincolnshire economy.
Lincolnshire County Council’s Domestic Abuse Service teams up with Boston United to say no to violence against women this White Ribbon Day.
Three Lincolnshire fires stations and their communities will soon be armed with the ability to save lives as they receive defibrillators courtesy of the East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS).
Shops in Lincolnshire are being warned not to sell e-liquids and e-cigarette components to under 18s.
The council’s highways engineers will save £75,000 on the cost of building Grantham’s long-awaited southern relief road by reusing soil from the site.
Santa Claus will be coming to Skegness this Christmas thanks to Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue and Butlins.
The council is currently preparing the Lincolnshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan
An incident at a recycling centre will be staged in Caythorpe on Thursday 19 November to test the response from emergency services and public sector organisations in Lincolnshire.
Officers are recommending that Greenwich Leisure Limited (GLL) be awarded a contract to run the county’s library services.
Join in the celebration of Boston’s Christmas lights switch-on and the accompanying Illuminate festival
As Alcohol Awareness Week (16 - 22 November) gets underway, and the true cost of alcohol related incidents becomes clear, Lincolnshire County Council reveals what it is doing to tackle the problem.
A special event at Lincolnshire Archives will show how the heart of the city has been transformed over the years.
Antibiotics are essential medicines for treating bacterial infections in both humans and animals, but they are increasingly losing their effectiveness.
Aired on Monday night, ‘The Rise of Female Violence’ investigated the changing behaviour of young women in the UK, challenging the social perceptions of domestic abuse against men.
Motorists travelling in and out of the city along Canwick Road are spending less time sitting in traffic compared to before a series of improvements were made earlier this year.
A popular youth mentoring programme in Lincolnshire is looking for new volunteers to help change young people’s lives.
Libraries across the county will be holding a number of drop in surgeries to help support vulnerable young adults.
Three courageous community groups are ready to prove that they could play an important part in responding to a major disaster.
Blessings will be bestowed on Lincolnshire’s gritters next week at ceremonies at the county’s depots - with the Bishop of Lincoln, the Right Reverend Christopher Lowson, being welcomed to the Sturton-by-Stow depot.
If you’ve ever wanted to see the Victorians celebrate Christmas in authentic festive style, then now’s your chance.
Statement from Baroness Redfern, Leader of North Lincolnshire Council and Lead Councillor and political spokesperson for governance in the Greater Lincolnshire Devolution Proposals.
With over 200 house fires in Lincolnshire being caused by electrical items, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Service is encouraging householders to turn off their tumble dryers, dishwashers and washing machines before they go to bed at night.
Lincolnshire County Council’s consultation into how the Town Hall building could be used in future has now been extended until the end of the year.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is urging residents to develop and practice a home fire escape plan, after it helped save the lives of two Cherry Willingham residents when a fridge-freezer started a fire in their home.
A large selection of books, DVDs and other items will be up for grabs in a book sale at Lincoln Central Library starting from Tuesday 10 November.
A competition to name five of Lincoln’s public hire bikes has resulted in some famous names from the past now gracing the distinctive orange cross bars.
On-call firefighters across Lincolnshire are at the heart of their communities. Could you be one of them?
Lincolnshire County Council’s CallConnect bus service will celebrate Christmas this year with a special festive gift for bus users throughout Lincolnshire this November and December.
Start your festive season in style with a trip to Gainsborough Old Hall’s Victorian Christmas Craft Fair.
A reconstruction of a Roman marble bull has been unveiled at The Collection.
Lincolnshire County Council thanks survivors of domestic abuse for offering their feedback on services.
Lincoln Castle Revealed has seen off competition from Tower Bridge’s new glass floor and the Harry Potter studio tour to be named the UK’s best tourism project.
The council’s executive has given the go ahead to changes to the policy which explains what people pay towards their care costs.
The popular Lincoln attraction will be welcoming a special guest all the way from the North Pole in the run-up to Christmas.
Lincolnshire County Council and certain other admission authorities for Lincolnshire schools are now consulting on any proposed changes to their admission arrangements for the 2017 intake.