A complaint alleging that a district councillor had failed to properly declare his interests has been dismissed.
Appointments for Covid-19 vaccinations at The Meres vaccination centre are now available on the National Booking Service.
The local Labour Party has lodged a formal complaint against a district and county councillor.
Two Travelodge hotels in the area are reopening today in preparation to welcome back leisure customers from May 17.
Harlaxton Manor’s grounds and gardens are opening to the public with a series of special events for May, and more planned for the summer.
Lincolnshire’s chief constable says lockdown rule enforcement and relaxing covid restrictions are the main challenges his force is facing.
A Town Hall rich list drawn up by the Tax Alliance shows 16 executives at the county council earning a salary of more than £100,000.
Officers want to reassure residents that dog thefts have become less common, despite widespread concern.
Infection rates have increased almost across the board in Lincolnshire this week.
Police were called to an address in South Witham at 11.24am this morning following a fire.
More than three-quarters of dog owners say they are more scared of walking their pet because of the risk it will be stolen, according to a survey.
Community groups have benefited from a boost in funding this year.
Armed Forces veterans across South Kesteven have their first ever chance to have their service recognised in the national census.
Resurfacing work will lead to diversions on the A15, A151 and Kings Road near Bourne.
Lincolnshire County Council is reopening its business recovery fund to help small firms that suffered in the pandemic.
People are invited to hold their own 'big hop' events to support a hospice which cares for people in this area.
The district council has announced it is no longer underwriting the unveiling of the statue of Margaret Thatcher in Grantham.
Special Constables will be given a discount on their council tax bills under a scheme put forward by the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Anyone interested in standing as a Lincolnshire County Councillor in the May elections can attend briefing sessions.
Lincolnshire Police has thrown its support behind a new national Government-backed campaign to clamp down on illegal lorry drops and people smuggling.