Councillors examining the potential end of an authority-owned company have asked what will happen to a loan of more than £500,000.
Lincolnshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has warned that public sector services will “bear the brunt” of the current inflation crisis.
Council officers have denied covering up allegations of fraud after police asked them not to comment on a potential incident in official documents.
A councillor threatened by censure apologised for calling a fellow member “irrelevant” in a row over ongoing absence.
Complaints to a council surged by more than a quarter, with a focus on the state of the county’s highways, as the country came out of lockdown.
Councillors will be asked to refuse permission to build 45 town homes.
A review of South Kesteven District Council’s constitution – which opposition members have accused of limiting democracy – has been passed.
Councillors have agreed a move to the top floor of a cinema in a bid to save £300,000 a year.
Council leaders have said now is “not the right time” to take an increase in their members allowances.
South Kesteven District Council leader Kelham Cooke has won a leadership challenge to stay in position.
Council leader Kelham Cooke has shrugged off rumours about a potential coup in the authority’s Conservative group.
A video has appeared online showing a man throwing eggs at a newly installed £300,000 bronze statue of Margaret Thatcher.
Council leaders have denied hiding results of a review into how decisions are scrutinised, despite having not published them in nearly nine months.
The 'largest recruitment of police officers in decades' means Lincolnshire now has 1,220 officers.
A Conservative councillor who made a racist remark during a public meeting has been absolved.
The Crown Prosecution Service has admitted it got it wrong over a brutal assault shown on TV programme Inside the Force.
An environment chief has questioned whether plans to reach Carbon Net Zero by 2050 are achievable given rising energy bills and the Ukraine crisis.
The refurbishment of Deepings Leisure Centre could see a learner pool retained after a rethink by the council.
Members of a pension pot have around £1.8m tied up in Russian stocks and debts they can't get rid of.
An MP has accused the company behind a proposed solar farm of "infiltrating the country with Uyghur blood labour”.