Missed chance: The county council has expressed disappointment that a Lincoln homeless facility has not found a permanent source of funding.
Wednesday, April 22
Tuesday, April 21
Order for Possession: The City of Lincoln Council is taking legal action against a group of travellers parked in Lincoln.
Benefits fraud: Two women have appeared in court after fraudulently claiming over £17k in benefits.
Thursday, April 16
Bogus callers: Lincolnshire Trading Standards has issued a scam warning after a surge in reports of bogus calls in Lincoln and the surrounding areas.
Next step: Lincolnshire County Council has included Lincolnshire heritage sites in an outsourcing contract, kickstarting the search for a new libraries provider.
Thursday, April 9
Money worries initiative: The City of Lincoln Council and its partners are up for a national award for their ‘Say No To High Cost Borrowing’ campaign.
Rock stars: Four members of staff at a Lincolnshire council have released two songs celebrating the work of a wellbeing service for adults.
Wednesday, April 8
Car park refurb: A five month project to repair Broadgate car park in Lincoln will begin on April 20, with the number of spaces reduced.
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
Fly tipping: After dumping garden waste on a Lincoln roadside, and ignoring requests for information, Joe Rooney was fined £860.
Council protest: Campaigners against cuts to the fire service are holding a protest ahead of the county council’s decision on the proposals.
Monday, April 6
Full circle: Campaigners are preparing to request a judicial review against Lincolnshire County Council’s libraries cuts, for the second time.
Thursday, April 2
New estate: Plans for a 275-home estate in a village to the north of Lincoln have been approved by West Lindsey District Council.
Green light given: City of Lincoln councillors have unanimously approved plans to turn a former Lincoln pub into a Pizza Hut takeaway.
Wednesday, April 1
Legal highs ban: Lincoln’s historic decision to ban people from taking so-called legal highs in public has come into force.