Lincolnshire’s chief constable says lockdown rule enforcement and relaxing COVID restrictions are the main challenges his force is facing.
Police have reopened their enquiry offices and say they are 'there to enforce covid rules when needed'.
The Grantham branch of CAMRA has drawn up a list of local pubs which are opening from today following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
Every member of staff at a Grantham primary school received a surprise Easter gift as a thank you for their work during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Businesses are preparing to open to the public for the first time in months on Monday.
More than 96 per cent of people aged 50 and over in South Kesteven and Rutland have had their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
An award-winning, family-run coach company is preparing to welcome its customers back with positive message emblazoned on its coaches.
The Meres is preparing to reopen on Monday (April 12).
Walk-in vaccination appointments will be on offer tomorrow (Thursday).
South Kesteven is among three areas in Lincolnshire to have infection rates more than twice as high as the England average.
The High Sheriff of Lincolnshire arrived for his jab with a special award for the vaccination centre team.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says hairdressers, gyms, shops and beer gardens will be allowed to reopen in a week on Monday, April 12.
New plans for easing lockdown will include twice-weekly rapid tests and could include new COVID-19 vaccination passports.
The leader of Lincolnshire County Council says we are well placed to grasp new opportunities which will come out of difficult times.
Areas of Lincolnshire including South Kesteven have seen spikes in their infection rates this week.
The government is considering plans for COVID-19 passports, allowing access to pubs, restaurants, theatres and nightclubs without social distancing.