More pothole compensation has been paid out here than anywhere else as a result of damage caused to motorists by our crumbling roads.
Residents can use a new £1 bus service to connect to the county's stations on the Nottingham to Skegness railway line.
Road safety experts say big government cuts to our maintenance budget are of ‘grave concern’ and warned some of our routes may have to shut.
Residents could be forced to pay even more for their Council Tax - with the Government likely to refuse to pay to fix our crumbling roads.
Highways chiefs are waiting to hear whether they have successfully persuaded the Government to reverse big budget cuts.
A failure to reverse big highways cuts would be ‘devastating’, according to senior councillors.
Police chiefs say they are 'cautiously optimistic' they will be getting more Government cash.
Rural motorists are mistaken if they think there aren’t enough police to catch them drink-driving, says Lincolnshire Police
These are the local pubs named in the newly-launched Good Beer Guide from CAMRA.
Lincolnshire Police has handed out 176 fixed penalty notices in the last five years to parents who didn't have their children safely secured in a car.
Police are giving out free air fresheners as part of a new road safety campaign, which launches today.
County health bosses say Covid-19 booster jabs will begin to be given out soon - with plans being made for issuing vaccines to schoolchildren too.
A food manufacturing firm has announced a new timetable of subsidised buses to help its employees get to work in the autumn and winter.
Thousands of families face cuts to their benefits - amid warnings this will be a ‘devastating blow’.
Councillors have today agreed with a plan to dump the county's tip booking system.
Hundreds of people in our area have signed a petition calling for a Bank Holiday on Monday if England win Euro 2020.
Leading Lincolnshire councillors have approved a plan to put £10 million more into fixing the county's crumbling roads.
Almost 800 extra people received a Covid jab during a 'big weekend' vaccination push - with walk-in sessions still available.
Taxpayers in Lincolnshire had to fork out more than £450k in compensation last year - and our county pays the third lowest on each repair.
Openreach has unveiled major plans to upgrade the broadband network in Lincolnshire - and here's where will benefit.