Residents are urged not to throw batteries into rubbish or recycling bags following a number of fires.
Word on the Ground columnist Sue Lamb is highlighting how Brexit is impacting on workforce and the £1.3billion ornamental sector.
The reasons why police can no longer attend parish council meetings regularly have been spelled out.
More volunteers are needed to look after a village's churchyard after complaints about how it looks.
Calls have been made to honour a hero pilot who saved a town.
A retrospective planning application for the new Conservative association headquarters is recommended for approval.
A dogs fertility clinic has been recommended for approval by planners.
Health leaders promise to be "seriously ambitious" after securing additional funding to develop new services.
In his weekly Hayes in the House column, Sir John Hayes expresses deep misgivings about The Supreme Court.
This weeks letters cover politics, Brexit and a plea to find an old friend.
The MP for South Holland and the Deepings has spoken out on criticism over ministers' language this week.