With Lincolnshire’s visitor economy still falling short of pre-COVID levels, cancelled events across the are contributing to fewer people visiting.
Fears have been raised about the impact of a proposed hike in parking charges will have on a town’s fortunes.
An archaeologist has called on the City of Lincoln Council to reject the White Hart Hotel’s proposed swimming pool complex.
A Glory Hole business owner said he is fed up of “carrots being dangled” over fixing the collapsed footway.
The solution to Lincolnshire’s healthcare problems is not as simple as investing more money into the system, it has been claimed.
Protesting residents fear a planned solar farm across more than 4,000 acres of farmland could spark “the end of Lincolnshire as we know it.”
Lincoln’s Conservative MP has spoken out against the Home Office’s RAF Scampton plan inside the House of Commons.
Lincolnshire “urgently” needs support in hospitality and tourism sectors to boost growth, as well as Government support to prevent future flooding.
Lincolnshire has provided a home from home for almost 1,500 Ukrainian people since the Russian invasion in 2022.
A delay to the recruitment process for a new chief executive at two of Lincolnshire’s NHS trusts means the current CEO will extend his stay.
A historic establishment is hoping to make a splash with its latest plans.
The county’s Police and Crime Commissioner has seen his proposed 4.45% council tax precept increase approved by councillors.
Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla, owned by Elon Musk, is set to build a large showroom and service centre at a business park.
Plans for a canine hydrotherapy centre offering swimming classes for dogs have been approved.
Plans for a billion-pound 87-mile electric pylon network through Lincolnshire will be funded by customer bills across the next four decades.
Lincolnshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has criticised a cost-saving measure to close 17 small-town hubs, branding the decision “foolhardy”.
A leading chocolate business has submitted a planning application to extend its factory and build a new warehouse facility at the site.
Lincolnshire’s Police & Crime Commissioner has recommended almost the maximum increase for the council tax precept for 2024/25.
Lincolnshire’s ambitious devolution deal, promising £24 million annually for 30 years, has hit a snag with its public consultation process.
A town could have its first budget supermarket next year, as a detailed application has been submitted for an Aldi and Starbucks to be built.