Police have closed the A1 north of Stamford this afternoon.
From March 8 what can be 'thrown out' on any particular day will change at Lincolnshire's tips.
Kind-hearted staff at a housebuilding company have dug deep to help out a foodbank charity.
A rotary club is helping pupils access online learning with a generous donation to a school.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set out his roadmap to lifting lockdown restrictions in England.
Schools, socialising and some sports are set to return next month under the Government’s plan to relax coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England.
A local list of architectural gems is being drawn up with the help of residents.
The pandemic has seen more people launching start-ups in their kitchens at home, council figures show.
Sanitised indoor bouncy castles and soft play sets delivered to doorstep with no human contact
Apprentice engineer Courtney Power has seen her technical designs and drawings become a reality as people move into their new homes.
Special Constables will be given a discount on their council tax bills under a scheme put forward by the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Lincolnshire police has seen increased diversity in the number of applications from BAME communities, females and people with second language skills.
Police have warned people to be alert of scammers compromising WhatsApp accounts.
A 5ft 3in doorstep salesman with a Geordie accent has ripped off a woman in her 90s.
Lakeside Healthcare has praised its vaccination staff and volunteers, saying concerns raised by a handful of patients have been resolved.
People aged between 16 and 64 with underlying health conditions could soon be receiving their vaccination.
People can find out more about Covid-19 by watching a free Zoom event on Monday.
A bright green bike rack which proved too unpopular elsewhere is being moved into Stamford's conservation area.
People's views are wanted on cameras that read vehicle number plates.
More than four years of hard work by volunteers has succeeded in the creation of a detailed document to guide development.
Lincolnshire Police has thrown its support behind a new national Government-backed campaign to clamp down on illegal lorry drops and people smuggling.
The candidates in the five constituencies covered by the Mercury have been officially announced tonight - find out who they are.
The David Ross Education Trust has lost out on £17,212 after a lettings firm it dealt with went into administration.
Snow continues to affect some parts of the area, and a handful of schools are closed today (Wednesday, February 10).
Headteachers have notified that the following schools are closed today (Tuesday, February 9).
Children at a village primary school delivered bunches of tulips to nearby residents and to families whose children are remote learning.