A long-serving Spalding councillor is going to receive an MBE.
An angler is hoping to ‘hook’ more people into the sport by launching a new club.
Mums, step into your favourite dancing shoes, leg warmers and headbands to dance your way out of lockdown.
Emily is drawing on her own mental health issues in a bid to help others through the power of social media.
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The finalists for the sixth Spalding Guardian and Lincolnshire Free Press Education Awards have finally been announced.
Council leaders are not convinced that a booking system in place for household waste recycling is related to an increase in fly-tipping.
A serious skills shortage is affecting all of South Holland’s major industries.
A councillor is calling for a road to be fixed - before a lorry ends up in a dyke.
People are being told by police not to share photos of their medical records online.
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Here are the latest planning applications which have been submitted to local councils.
The latest planning applications which have been decided on.
Here are the latest decisions on planning applications submitted to South Holland District Council.
Reporter Kat Wakefield shares what it is like to attend a livestreamed concert.
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American football team ready to make their competitive debut.
Rangers make progress but Tulips and Wakes miss out.
Pinchbeck's second string to face Sleaford Rangers as part of pre-season preparations.
Newcomers impress in first competitive match for 15 months.
Mixed fortunes for Long Sutton as firsts fade but seconds shine.
Stamford and Uppingham are both beaten in quarter-final clashes.
Baker and Mucklin are latest additions to the Spalding squad.
Council chiefs say they are still going through the responses to a survey about the future of the South Holland Centre in Spalding.
We've reviewed debut novel by thriller author Ido Graf – and we also have 10 copies to give away in a competition.
The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee will be celebrated with national events from a live concert to a service of thanksgiving.
Spalding's famous Barbecue 67 will be remembered during a fundraising exhibition over the weekend.
Jeremy Ransome reviews 'The Collation Unit' and discovers an unlikely hero.
A children’s play area will be getting a £50,000-plus make-over.
We look through the pages of the Lincolnshire Free Press of June 11,1996.
We take a trip down memory lane to the pages of the Spalding Guardian from June 1996.
We look through the pages of the Lincolnshire Free Press from 25 years ago.
We take a look through the pages of the Lincolnshire Free Press of June 10 years ago.