A council committee is set to make the final decision this week on who will be the local authority's new chief executive.
A new year, a new decade and, hopefully for health campaigners, a clearer view of the future – that’s what is expected going forward.
Initial projects focus on de-carbonisation of transport, property improvements, energy usage and involving the authority in the generation of energy.
The police and crime commissioner has pledged to work with the next government to highlight the challenges of rural policing.
Figures show ULHT has made no improvement despite closing Grantham Hospital's A&E overnight, says campaigner.
Bosses at the trust have apologised, saying they are not “performing as well as we should be”.
Esland Care, which operates 31 homes nationwide for children, wants to convert a building on Alma Park, into a facility for 30 to 35 children.
Lincolnshire County Council applied to demolish a former drill tower and outbuildings on the Harlaxton Road site to create two new buildings.
A five-year plan of how the Midlands and a Chinese province will “grow their economies together" are to be announced.
Spending plans to be rubber stamped by SKDC's cabinet include purchasing a building in Grantham and IT upgrading.
Data analysed by a county council scrutiny committee shows shoplifters are most likely to re-offend.
Air quality figures given by a parish council were "incorrect", say planning officers as they again recommend a large village development is approved.
Members agreed to secret vote on motion to withdraw support from the Boxing Day meet after it was reported they had received a torrent of abuse.
Secret ballot held as new leader says he fears for the safety of members of the council.
Stepping down as leader of South Kesteven District Council, Coun Matthew Lee says there is still talk of disbanding district councils.
Health bosses say cost is down to two decades of underinvestment.
The time it takes for a case to go through the court process has increased by 50 per cent, with several factors highlighted in report.
Councillors at South Kesteven District Council have given the go ahead to plans for 205 homes near a ‘noisy’ packaging factory in Grantham.
New estate will be entirely affordable housing.
A councillor has highlighted nitrogen dioxide levels in the the area near the A1.