Council has already decided to continue with the trial.
Marc Jones said Lincolnshire Police faces a £6.5 million gap by 2021 if current funding levels don’t change.
Council leader says they had a "difference of opinion" on issues
Green burial site has been given the go ahead in Aslackby near Bourne.
Bodies would be buried in bio-degradable coffins or none at all under plans by farm.
Council in bid to save £12m
Work would extend quarry's life by up to 18 months
Proposed rise comes as authority plans to raise council tax
Lincolnshire County Council targets £1bn of funding a year in tourism
A convicted murderer currently on the run from a Boston prison has been urged to turn himself in to police.
A petition calling on health authorities to stop downgrading Pilgrim Hospital is due to get a government response after reaching 10,000 signatures.
Lincolnshire has ‘thankfully’ not experienced an increase in reported hate crime like elsewhere in the country, according to police – despite having some of the highest leave voting areas.
The safety of some services run by Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has been labelled ‘inadequate’ in a Care Quality Commission report on released today (Thursday).
Emergency services have warned drivers across the area to take care when driving as the temperature drops and the MET office warns of snow.
Despite being off duty, Lincolnshire’s chief constable Neil Rhodes found himself helping out in a third major flood in 10 years on Friday.
Crews from Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue have been sent to assist with the flood response in Cumbria today, with a third on the way - while the police chief found himself in the middle of events last night.
Lincolnshire Police have asked residents across the county to be vigilant of raves over the Halloween period today (Wednesday)
Lincolnshire Police are supporting anti-slavery day today (Sunday) and beginning a week of initiatives to raise awareness of the issue.
When Maranda Baker ordered her Asda delivery she ticked the 40p carrier bag rate expecting a few bags to hold her shopping - but when it arrived, she had just one bag and the other items were loose in crates.
East Midlands Trains managing director Jake Kelly has joined Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman for a mobile surgery on the Poacher Line today (Wednesday).