Cleaning up the disposal process: From April 2015, North Kesteven residents will face a ban on the disposal of garden waste in black bins.
No to loans: The City of Lincoln Council is setting up a campaign to help those considering a loan in the run up to Christmas.
Housing career: In 1974, John Bibby accepted a temporary summer job as a council housing assistant. 24 years later, he’s retiring after a busy career in local government.
Monday, September 8
Confusing stories: The man who died at the Morton Hall immigration detention centre near Lincoln has been named.
Thursday, September 4
Where to grow to: A 20-year development plan, dubbed the Local Plan by central Lincolnshire councils, is being met with concern by Saxilby village residents.
Plans approved despite objections: An outline application for 54 new homes on the site of a former Lincoln plant oil facility has been approved by the City of Lincoln Council.
Rasen Lane development: The application to develop a former uphill Lincoln pub into 12 apartments has been refused for a third time.
Wednesday, September 3
Changes ahead of elections: A four-week consultation is taking place in North Kesteven on a range of proposals for polling stations in the area.
Parents get a helping hand: Lincolnshire parents are being urged to check their two-year-old’s eligibility for a new Government entitlement to 15 hours of free early education.
Tuesday, September 2
Back to the drawing board: Councillor Nick Worth, Executive Member for Libraries at Lincolnshire County Council looks into the future of the county library services.