Council leaders have again refused to revisit their decision to cancel a popular, traditional 40-year-old Christmas market.
With the festive season fast approaching, online shopping becomes a bustling hub for gift hunters.
A council leader estimates that the Lincolnshire devolution deal will equate to an extra £50 million a year for the region.
A devolution deal for Lincolnshire is expected to be announced by the Chancellor later this week.
The events that will replace Lincoln Christmas Market have been revealed.
Significant improvement in an ambulance service has sparked hope for its future.
Infrastructure costs to run Lincoln Christmas market could have doubled if the event was extended or expanded, councillors have been told.
City of Lincoln Council leaders agreed to scrap the popular Lincoln Christmas Market over safety fears due to overcrowding.
Council tax payers will likely see a further rise in bills from April as South Kesteven District Council plans to raise its precept.
A pilot scheme aimed at helping overcrowded A&Es has fundamentally improved how quickly patients are taken out of ambulances at a hospital.
A councillor is calling for her authority to raise concerns about the government’s mini-budget with council leaders this week.
A museum that celebrates the region's aviation heritage could be set to move to bigger and better premises.
A council has promised to change signs along a major diversion after businesses said it was overkill.
Businesses in two villages say they are open as usual as works take place to repair a local bridge.
Covid wards have been reinstated at some hospitals as a result of a rise in coronavirus figures.
A former children’s home is to be turned into a health spa, according to plans.
Major restrictions around street lighting on new developments, which will effectively remove highway lighting, are to be brought in by a council.
Plans for a £6m 300,000-chicken poultry farm are set for approval later this month despite close to 300 objections.
Plans for an over 55s retirement village have been put forward.
A developer’s new focus on smaller, narrower house types could mean 155 new homes built instead of an original plan for 148.