Bigger investment, bolder arts, brighter future
Lincolnshire County Council has set out plans for the future of its heritage and culture service in Lincolnshire – making it much more accessible for residents to explore and enjoy.
Tap and go: contactless coming to CallConnect
Passengers travelling on Lincolnshire's CallConnect buses will soon be able to pay by tapping into new technology.
County council continues to invest in North Kesteven
Cllr Lindsey Cawrey, county councillor for Washingborough discusses the investment that the county council has made in the North Kesteven area over the last few years.
Mental Wellbeing Event 2020
Lincolnshire County Council, health and voluntary sector partners came together on Monday 12 October to outline the support in place to promote good mental health and wellbeing.
Greater Lincolnshire's food sector gets government backing
The government has chosen 19 new opportunities for investment across the UK, and automation and robotics in Greater Lincolnshire's food sector is one of them.
Webinar highlights support services for mental wellbeing
The range of mental health services available to improve and maintain the wellbeing of residents in Lincolnshire will be highlighted in a webinar.
Improvements to A1138 near Boston docks set for next week
Works to replace the worn out carriageway and rebuild footways on the A1138 in Boston, between John Adams Way and the docks, will start on Monday 12 October.
Improvements to A159 near Scotter planned
Works are planned to replace the worn out carriageway on the A159 between Laughton and Brigg Road.
A haunting exhibition comes to Lincoln as part of Anti-Slavery Day
The free photographic exhibition, entitled 'Invisible People', which portrays the signs of modern slavery and exploitation, is coming to Lincoln this month.
Could you adopt a child in need of a loving home?
Lincolnshire's Adoption Service is encouraging more people to come forward and make a life-changing difference to a young person's life.
New classrooms and facilities for Bourne Elsea Park Academy
Work to expand the school for space and facilities for 60 extra pupils is complete.