The latest news from Lincolnshire County Council on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care and councillors.
Monday story-telling sessions at Louth Library have moved to a new time making it easier for pre-schoolers to attend.
A market trader has been handed a 12-month prison sentence for producing and selling counterfeit products.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue wants you to check that your smoke alarm works when the clocks go back this weekend.
People have just over a week left to share their ideas for making savings within local library services.
The Met Office has issued a yellow alert for Lincolnshire, advising people to be aware of the potential for high winds in the county.
A pedestrian crossing on the High Street in Great Gonerby will be closed for one day for improvements.
Families looking to complete their home life with an unusual pet are being invited to meet a range of exotic animals at Lincoln Central Library.
Youngsters are being invited to enjoy the delights of autumn in a special free event at Mablethorpe Library on Friday 24 October.
The world-changing potential of 3D printing is being revealed in an event at The Collection in Lincoln.
Four days of reconstruction work will take place on the A631 North Willingham Hill, near Market Rasen, from Tuesday, 4 November.
The A17 junction with Foxes Low Road will be closed for five nights for resurfacing, starting Monday.
Pop down to Louth Library on Monday 27 October for some spooky fun this Halloween.
Jim Broadbent, patron of the LAFTAs Film Awards, celebrates the achievements of Lincolnshire’s film makers of the future at the Engine Shed in Lincoln on Monday 20 October 2014.
Schools across the county will turn off the lights for the Switch-off Challenge on Friday, 21 November
Overnight tonight (16/10/14 from 7pm to 6am) there will be a right-turn ban on John Adams Way heading east over Haven Bridge at junction with South End.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue are looking for new recruits to join the team at Binbrook Fire Station.
Get in a ghoulish-mood with some spooky fun at your local library this half-term.
The A16 Ulceby Cross roundabout will be closed for six nights for resurfacing, starting Monday.
Temporary traffic lights will be in place on Birchwood Avenue for two weeks while a pedestrian crossing is improved.
Crowland Library will celebrate four decades in its current purpose-built premises on Saturday 18 October.
Ongoing improvements to Boston’s John Adams Way will now be made overnight in order to minimise inconvenience to local residents
The first official park and bike scheme in Lincoln has been launched this week to encourage commuters to park on the outskirts of Lincoln city centre, and cycle to work.
Temporary two-way traffic lights will be in place on Horsegate, Deeping St James for a week while a pedestrian crossing is improved.
Recycled bikes are being sold to people affected by homelessness this week, to raise funds for bike recycling schemes across Lincolnshire.
Starting Monday 13 October, the A153 Bull Ring at Horncastle will be closed for four nights for resurfacing.
More than 120 local business people turned out for a new event offering a helping hand to Lincolnshire’s manufacturing firms - and joined county schools in seeing the car aiming to break the land speed record.
Lincolnshire residents are being reminded of a scheme which is offering help and support to keep warm and heat their homes this winter.
The Lincolnshire Remembrance project is staging a live history event in Lincoln’s City Square on Saturday 18th October to recreate a frontline WW1 experience.
The United States Air Force, Royal Air Force and Lincolnshire Police today visited children at the Weston Hills Church of England Primary School, after a US aircraft crashed nearby yesterday.
If you have ever thought about joining the service, live in the area and want to find out more, come along to the recruitment event on Tuesday 14 October, 7.30pm-9.30pm.
A parking permit scheme for Stamford town centre residents is one step closer after Lincolnshire County Council considered the necessary traffic regulation orders this week.
Essential works will take place on Springfield Road, Grantham, over the next eight weeks, meaning various traffic restrictions will be in place.
Patching and resurfacing will be carried out on a number of Grantham roads starting this week.
Amateur detectives are being invited to test out their sleuthing skills and solve The Murder at the Ravenswick Hotel.
More than 50,000 homes and businesses can now enjoy better broadband, thanks to the Onlincolnshire project.
Lincolnshire’s coast could see an increase in visitors once plans to give them better access to the seafront are complete.
More than 1200 people signed up for the challenge, which encourages individuals to cycle more for work or leisure. It runs until 12 October, and is delivered by the Access LN6 team at Lincolnshire County Council.
Washingborough’s Fen Road will be closed for three weekends while work is carried out to improve the drainage on Keeble Drive.
People at risk of developing complications from catching flu are being encouraged to get their vaccination early this autumn.
From 13 to 19 October, libraries across the county will be taking part in Get Online Week 2014, an initiative which aims to encourage people to get online and develop their digital skills.