Mobile coronavirus testing units operating in Lincolnshire could be redeployed elsewhere.
Lincolnshire Police has seen a 30 per cent increase in incidents of reported domestic abuse in the past day according to force bosses.
Police have warned drivers who are going too fast that empty roads are not 'a playground'.
The Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance has said it will have to cut night flights as it faces losing up to £3m.
Deputy chief warns tighter lockdown restrictions could be imposed as police break up house parties.
Councils in Greater Lincolnshire have been asked by the government to house all people sleeping rough by the weekend.
An influx of restaurants, pubs and cafes are taking advantage of new government rules.
Lincolnshire County Council has launched a new website in a bid to keep the county informed of its latest activities to tackle coronavirus.
More legislation is needed to tackle people who breach the coronavirus lockdown, according to a police and crime commissioner.
Staff will work from home and council meetings will be suspended under the latest plans announced by Lincolnshire County Council.
Fire chiefs have “stepped up” planning for Covid-19.
Elections for the next police and crime commissioners due to be held in May have been postponed for a year due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A disabled man’s personal budget payments were suspended after his father used £60,000 of the money to 'invest in property' for his future.
It means an average band D property would see a council tax bill of £1,337.58, a £45 rise on last year.
A police force has named its price per household ahead of council taxes being set.
Business owners are urged to take more responsibility for checking their properties before calling 999 when an alarm goes off.
Home Office says increased funding will go towards things like recruitment of the first 6,000 of the 20,000 officers the Prime Minister has promised.
Lincolnshire County Council is set to confirm the appointment of a new chief executive next week.
Police bosses could be consulting on next year’s budget without knowing how much money they will get from Government because of the General Election.
Councillors are set to replace Keith Ireland a year after his departure was announced.