Traffic is moving slowly on the southbound carriageway at Great Ponton following an accident involving three vehicles this morning.
A 42-year-old man died in a collision on the A1 at Colsterworth yesterday.
The man who died yesterday at Stainby Quarry has been named by police as Richard Marjoram, aged 57, from Deeping St Nicholas.
A new chief executive has taken over the reins at the district council on a 12 month contract.
MP Nick Boles has retained his Grantham and Stamford seat with 35,090 votes in the General Election.
There was a turnout of 69.4 per cent in the Grantham and Stamford constituency yesterday.
A plan which sets out possible future development in Colsterworth will be voted on by residents.
A hi-tech drone will be deployed by Lincolnshire Police later this year as part of a new drive to tackle rural crime.
The Labour Party has named its candidate to stand for the Grantham and Stamford seat next month in the General Election.
The parents of a three-year-old boy have met the heroes who saved their son’s life after he suffered a serious fit at their home.
A Corby Glen fund-raiser will take part in her 12th London Marathon on Sunday, despite injuring her shoulder in a skiing accident last month.
Grantham MP Nick Boles has decided to stand again for Parliament in June after being told his cancer has gone.
Drivers are being asked to turn off their engines if they are likely to be waiting in traffic for more than a minute.
The Conservative Group of South Kesteven District Council last night voted in a new group leader.
A dog breeder is offering a reward of £1,000 for the return of a dog which has been missing for several weeks.
Traffic is now moving slowly after the A1 southbound carriageway was closed this morning following an accident involving three vehicles.
An outbuilding in Stoke Rochford was completely destroyed by fire yesterday.
An academy threatened with closure a few years ago has made significant improvements and has been praised by Ofsted.
The leader of Lincolnshire County Council has called for a poll of people living in the county to gauge their opinions on a unitary authority.
The district council wants residents and businesses to give their views on a possible increase in council tax for 2017/18.