The latest news from Lincolnshire County Council on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care and councillors.
Pedestrians and cyclists are encouraged to be safe this winter, by wearing high visibility reflective clothing and lights.
Lincolnshire County Council’s CallConnect bus service will unwrap a special gift for bus users across the county during November and December.
A married couple from Lincolnshire have been handed a community service sentence for selling counterfeit clothing on eBay.
More than 100 children are actively travelling to school in Waddington, thanks to an after-school bike club set up by Access LN6
Haddington crossroads overbridge at Thorpe on the Hill, near Lincoln, will be closed for five nights while resurfacing is carried out.
A documentary exploring the wartime memories of Louth’s Patrick Hagan is to be screened at Mablethorpe Library.
Gain an insight into how Lincolnshire boys and girls spent their leisure time in days gone by in an archives exhibition on 8 November.
The contenders for the Lincolnshire Young People’s Book Award 2015 have been revealed.
A number of temporary road closures and traffic restrictions will be in place across Lincolnshire on Sunday 9 November for this year’s Remembrance Parades.
Two Spalding roads are set to be repaired this week, with patching taking place during half-term to minimise disruption.
The A155 at West Keal will be closed for two nights for resurfacing work starting on Friday 24 October.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards is raising awareness of doorstep crime as part of National Consumer Week 2014 (3 - 7 November).
Local young people are being given a passport to better education with the launch of a new Children’s University.
Double Olympic cycling medallist Bryan Steel has praised Lincolnshire County Council for the work they are doing to promote cycling in Lincoln.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue will once again be reaching great heights, as they take part in a charity ladder climb in aid of The Firefighters Charity on 25th Oct.
From 17 November, Westborough Lane in Long Bennington will be closed so repairs to the bridge can be carried out.
New Family Services Directory (FSD) experiences a 32% increase in the number of pages viewed since its launch in September.
Local libraries have been part of a successful first year for the national Reading Well: Books on Prescription scheme.
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.
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.