Blue light integration: Initial talks are underway to potentially merge the control centres and resources of police, fire and rescue and ambulance services in Lincolnshire.
Friday, July 31
Thursday, July 30
Bus fire: The A57 Gainsborough Road in Saxilby is closed after a double decker bus caught on fire.
Friday, July 24
Fires started: Several wheelie bins and a van have been deliberately set on fire in Lincoln this week.
Tuesday, July 7
Fire decreasing: Fire crews are continuing to diminish the fire at the Mid UK Recycling Ltd site on High Dyke in Ancaster. Road closures are currently in place.
Large fire: Emergency services are dealing with a large fire in Ancaster near Sleaford, which has engulfed around 400 bales of household waste.
Tuesday, June 23
Get involved: A new training programme for people in Lincolnshire interested in becoming on-call firefighters has been created.
Tuesday, May 12
Self-harm: An inmate at Lincoln Prison was taken to hospital after setting fire to his mattress this morning.
Monday, May 11
Earthquake mission: Chief Fire Officer Dave Ramscar has returned to Lincoln after completing his 4,000 mile aid trip to Nepal.
Wednesday, May 6
Fire safety: A managing director of the former Tokyo night club in Lincoln has been found guilty of putting the lives of staff and revellers at risk in 2013.
Caravan arson: Some five derelict caravans were set alight in the village of Dunston near Lincoln overnight on May 5.
Sunday, May 3
Car fire: Firefighters extinguished a car on fire in the parking area under Pelham Bridge in Lincoln.
Thursday, April 16
Scrap yard fire: A large fire has severely damaged parts of a scrap yard on Grantham Road in Waddington near Lincoln.
Friday, April 10
Extensive damage: A Lincoln outbuilding fire is believed to have been started deliberately.
Wednesday, April 8
Cuts approved: Lincolnshire County Council has approved cuts to the county’s fire and rescue service, meaning response times will be lengthened.
Tuesday, April 7
Council protest: Campaigners against cuts to the fire service are holding a protest ahead of the county council’s decision on the proposals.