A 24-hour adult gaming centre is planned for a vacant town centre shop.
A meat processing factory is recruiting new staff members.
A motorbike rider and passenger were taken to hospital for treatment after a crash near Cowbit last night.
A drink driver badly injured in a crash has been disqualified from driving for 40 months.
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A supermarket chain says it is installing the UK's largest charging network for electric cars under its expansion plans.
Tributes have been paid to two men who died after a collision between a lorry and a van on the A17.
A Lincolnshire Police chief has issued a warning to anyone who attacks officers, after assaults on the police surpassed 100 since May 17.
A 13-year-old schoolgirl was asked to send explicit pictures of herself to an anonymous social media user.
A drink-driver has been banned from the roads for 40 months.
The country is open for business again, and the Government is helping employers and young people develop the skills they need
Swimmers claim 11 medals in first meeting for almost 18 months.
Boss Barnes hoping for improved performance in Stamford test.
Family, friends and fellow shooters came together to celebrate an Olympian star.
Pinchbeck defeated by Doncaster youngsters; Wakes defeat the Tigers.
Seasoned star of the ovals is aiming to get straight back into the groove.
Posh match will now take place in August after Championship club change pre-season plans.
Pinchbeck to host Doncaster Academy team at the Sir Halley Stewart ground.
A South Holland band released their first single today.
There won’t be any time for boredom this summer thanks to a theatre company’s holiday activities.
A fantastic festival aimed at providing people with disabilities the chance to attend an accessible event takes place this weekend.
A 'Clap for Live' event was held in Spalding this afternoon in support of staff at the South Holland Centre.
Council bosses have promised to ‘allay any fears’ campaigners have about the future of live theatre in Spalding ahead of a ‘Clap for Live’ event.
Are you trying to get children to pick up a book this summer? Here's some expert tips for keeping their reading going through the school break.
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