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“This service has great potential!” More fun for city slickers as new Saturday bus service to Lincoln introduced

“This service has great potential!” More fun for city slickers as new Saturday bus service to Lincoln introduced

“This service has great potential!” More fun for city slickers as new Saturday bus service to Lincoln introduced

17 May 2024

A new Saturday bus service is making it easier to get to city shops and attractions.


A proper community pub with a proper community feel and packed in midweek. Bliss at the Butt

A proper community pub with a proper community feel and packed in midweek. Bliss at the Butt

A proper community pub with a proper community feel and packed in midweek. Bliss at the Butt

17 May 2024

You’ve heard about the eye and the arm, but what about the Nelson Butt?


Police will ‘robustly’ investigate paedophiles after ‘vile’ pensioner jailed for 17 years for abusing young girl he groomed with treats

Police will ‘robustly’ investigate paedophiles after ‘vile’ pensioner jailed for 17 years for abusing young girl he groomed with treats

Police will ‘robustly’ investigate paedophiles after ‘vile’ pensioner jailed for 17 years for abusing young girl he groomed with treats

16 May 2024

Police have vowed to ‘robustly’ investigate paedophiles, saying they will pursue all lines of enquiry to ‘bring offenders to justice’.


Pensioner jailed for sexually abusing young girl

Pensioner jailed for sexually abusing young girl

Pensioner jailed for sexually abusing young girl

11 May 2024

A Lincolnshire pensioner has been jailed for 17 years after he was found guilty of sexually abusing a young girl.


“Sending a clear message!” Fly-tipping and anti-social behaviour fines to rise by up to £600

“Sending a clear message!” Fly-tipping and anti-social behaviour fines to rise by up to £600

“Sending a clear message!” Fly-tipping and anti-social behaviour fines to rise by up to £600

10 May 2024

The fine for fly-tipping in one Lincolnshire district is set to more than double.


‘Prison-like’ 3G football pitch gets green light despite residents’ objections

‘Prison-like’ 3G football pitch gets green light despite residents’ objections

‘Prison-like’ 3G football pitch gets green light despite residents’ objections

09 May 2024

Controversial plans to build a new 3G football pitch at a school have been approved.


‘Lincolnshire is not going to be a dumping ground for the power demands of London!’ County council stands firm amidst proposed infrastructure projects

‘Lincolnshire is not going to be a dumping ground for the power demands of London!’ County council stands firm amidst proposed infrastructure projects

‘Lincolnshire is not going to be a dumping ground for the power demands of London!’ County council stands firm amidst proposed infrastructure projects

09 May 2024

A council promised it will stand firm in protecting the county’s landscape and tourism sector in the face of multiple major infrastructure projects.

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‘Industrialisation’ of county will have ‘detrimental impacts on our landscape and mental health’ - councillor

‘Industrialisation’ of county will have ‘detrimental impacts on our landscape and mental health’ - councillor

‘Industrialisation’ of county will have ‘detrimental impacts on our landscape and mental health’ - councillor

08 May 2024

The ‘industrialisation’ of Lincolnshire will ‘irreversibly change the character of the county’, it has been claimed.

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A picture perfect pub… but it could do with a good scrub

A picture perfect pub… but it could do with a good scrub

A picture perfect pub… but it could do with a good scrub

03 May 2024

Few pubs look as picture postcard perfect as the Red Lion - but could it live up to its setting?

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The wonders that await from crafty county sellers at makers market

The wonders that await from crafty county sellers at makers market

The wonders that await from crafty county sellers at makers market

02 May 2024

Crafters and artisans from across the county will showcase their homemade products when the Lincolnshire Makers Market returns over the weekend.


Environment Agency seeking options to reduce flood risk following community concerns after Storm Babet.

Environment Agency seeking options to reduce flood risk following community concerns after Storm Babet.

Environment Agency seeking options to reduce flood risk following community concerns after Storm Babet.

30 April 2024

The Environment Agency is seeking more options to reduce future flood risk, prompted by community concerns raised following Storm Babet.


Being caught with cocaine twice in same day costs solar farm fitter £1,500

Being caught with cocaine twice in same day costs solar farm fitter £1,500

Being caught with cocaine twice in same day costs solar farm fitter £1,500

29 April 2024

A solar farm fitter who was caught with cocaine twice on the same day must pay up almost £1,500.


County council to ‘double check’ Environment Agency findings on Storm Babet

County council to ‘double check’ Environment Agency findings on Storm Babet

County council to ‘double check’ Environment Agency findings on Storm Babet

26 April 2024

Lincolnshire County Council has pledged to ‘double-check’ the findings of the Environment Agency’s report on flooding in Horncastle.


Learner driver had cannabis in his system

Learner driver had cannabis in his system

Learner driver had cannabis in his system

26 April 2024

A driving lesson hit the skids for a learner after he was found to have cannabis in his system.


Shuttle buses among ideas to improve ‘heaving’ hospital car parks

Shuttle buses among ideas to improve ‘heaving’ hospital car parks

Shuttle buses among ideas to improve ‘heaving’ hospital car parks

24 April 2024

Health chiefs are looking at ways to improve the availability of car parking spaces at county hospitals - including the option of shuttle buses.

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Historic former bank building to be put up for online auction

Historic former bank building to be put up for online auction

Historic former bank building to be put up for online auction

12 April 2024

A historic former bank building has been put up for auction after being closed for more than a year.


Plans for ‘prison-like’ 3G football pitch at school deferred

Plans for ‘prison-like’ 3G football pitch at school deferred

Plans for ‘prison-like’ 3G football pitch at school deferred

04 April 2024

A planning decision for a new 3G football pitch labelled a “prison-like structure” has been deferred.


Mum and daughters get decluttering help from Stacey Solomon on hit TV show

Mum and daughters get decluttering help from Stacey Solomon on hit TV show

Mum and daughters get decluttering help from Stacey Solomon on hit TV show

20 March 2024

A single mum and her daughters have been helped by Stacey Solomon to sort their life out.


Campaign to cut speed limit on rural road

Campaign to cut speed limit on rural road

Campaign to cut speed limit on rural road

19 March 2024

Residents are campaigning to halve the speed limit on one of the rural roads in their village.


87-mile, 420-pylon network only long-term solution to bring down bills, say National Grid

87-mile, 420-pylon network only long-term solution to bring down bills, say National Grid

87-mile, 420-pylon network only long-term solution to bring down bills, say National Grid

18 March 2024

National Grid claims an 87-mile, 420-pylon electricity network through Lincolnshire’s countryside is the only long-term solution to bring down bills.


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