Proposed rail improvements for Lincolnshire welcomed
Plans for the future of rail services in the East Midlands have been revealed by the Department for Transport (DfT) - with welcome improvements for passengers using services in the Sleaford, Market Rasen and Skegness areas.
CAMPAIGN: Tourism leaders offer support for petition to draw down £100m Government money for distributor road
This week The Standard is joined by its sister paper in Skegness as tourism bosses get behind a proposed road which could help travellers explore and enjoy everything our area’s visitor economy has to offer without getting stuck in traffic.
Authorities called on to create regular reviews and, change public perception and reduce fear of crime in street lighting recommendations
Six recommendations including better communication and creating a list of exemption sites have been revealed in a draft report assessing the impact of Lincolnshire County Council’s controversial decision to switch off tens of thousands of street lights at night.
Breaking news: Lincolnshire to get an extra £3.4 million to repair potholes
Lincolnshire has been awarded an extra £3.4 million to repair potholes and other storm damage on roads badly affected by recent winter weather, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling announced today (Monday, March 26).
Sleaford MP tells of meeting tragic Red Arrows crew just days before fatal jet crash
Sleaford and North Hykeham’s MP Dr Caroline Johnson has expressed her shock and sympathies for the crew and their families involved in the tragic Red Arrows crash in which one team member lost his life earlier this week.