Franchise extended: An East Midlands rail franchise will bring improvements and extra services to the routes.
Wednesday, September 16
Tuesday, September 15
Tax row: It has been revealed that the City of Lincoln Council failed to collect millions of pounds of unpaid council tax and business rates.
Monday, September 14
Have your say: A public consultation is underway on City of Lincoln Council’s proposed criteria to decide on planning applications for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs).
Friday, September 4
“Not in favour”: Lincoln’s council leader made it clear the idea of a directly elected mayor as part of devolution agreements would not get his backing.
“Great opportunity”: An outline proposal has today been submitted to central government by Greater Lincolnshire authorities for a radical multi-million pound devolution settlement.
Thursday, September 3
Jobs lost: Thousands of jobs have been cut across Lincolnshire councils, with council leaders predicting more to come.
New proposals: Outline plans for a radical new devolution settlement for Lincolnshire, which would see significant powers transferred to the county from Westminster, will be submitted to central government later this week.
Friday, August 21
Inquiry concludes: The second public inquiry into the proposed Lincoln Eastern Bypass (LEB) has come to a close, with the county council and objectors to the scheme both standing firm following two weeks of evidence.
Thursday, August 20
Planned protest: A national campaign group is holding a day of action in Lincoln city centre to voice their concerns over a controversial trade deal involving the UK.
Plans authorised: Planning permission has been granted to transform two historic listed buildings in Lincoln city centre into modern accommodation and educational facilities.
Tuesday, August 18
Task force: A new fraud-fighting force cracking down on people falsely claiming discounts on their council tax has been introduced.
Tuesday, August 11
A breach of trust: New research has put Lincolnshire County Council in the top 10 local authorities for data breaches in the country.
Tuesday, August 4
Ringing endorsement: City of Lincoln Council’s Executive has approved the vision and principles of the future development of the Lincoln Science and Innovation Park.
Monday, August 3
Boultham saved: A Lincoln library, which was set to close after bidders withdrew their community hub commitment, has been saved.
Friday, July 31
By-election result: The Conservative Party has extended its control of North Kesteven District Council after gaining the Mill Ward in North Hykeham in a by-election on July 30.