The latest news from Lincolnshire County Council on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care and councillors.
The annual Ofsted report shows significant improvements around primary performance in Lincolnshire with the county top of the class compared to eight other regional neighbours.
The bridge, which spans over the River Welland, provides a link for pedestrians crossing between the east and west side of the town.
First Contact is a Lincolnshire County Council funded service which aims to help anyone aged 60 and over get extra support to live safely and independently
Lincolnshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board has approved a plan for changes to how health and care services may be delivered in the future.
Times may be tough this Christmas, but don’t be tempted to buy ‘branded’ goods that are suspiciously cheap.
Dementia is just old people losing their memories and there’s nothing we can do to help them… That’s just one of many myths about dementia that needs to be dispelled.
Each year Trading Standards receives thousands of complaints about used cars. It has teamed up with Lincoln College to develop a promotional video.
Businesses in Lincolnshire’s rural villages can apply for up to £10,000 to enhance key services for local residents.
The Lincolnshire Assessment and Reablement Service, which helps people with a health or social care need in the county, is set for further improvements.
The Environment Agency is now lifting flood warnings following the most serious tidal surge in over 60 years.
As a result of flooding on the east coast, the Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC) in Boston has been temporarily closed.
Public Health England East Midlands alongside its partner organisation Lincolnshire County Council are urging residents in Lincolnshire area to stay out of the flood water to avoid risking their health.
The Environment Agency has issued a number of severe flood warnings which cover parts of lincolnshire.
Gale force winds and large waves along the east coast of England are forecast during Thursday and Friday coinciding with high tides.
Father Christmas will be visiting the Stokes café at The Collection Museum in Lincoln over three weekends in the run up to Christmas to raise money for The Philippines Typhoon Appeal.
Major improvements to Newark Road’s junctions with Brant Road, Rookery Lane and Hykeham Road are now in place.
North Sea Observatory approved at Chapel Point to offer new gateway to Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park
Plans for an exciting new way to experience Lincolnshire’s beautiful coastline have been given the green light by Lincolnshire County Council.
Christmas is a time when domestic abuse increases. We’re reminding people help is at hand.
Mr Jasim of International Foods and Ms Beta Gil of Kalinka were prosecuted after raids by Lincolnshire Trading Standards
Lincolnshire County Council’s Executive councillors have approved changes that will make library services more efficient.