Clara Mildred Hancock is believed to be the only woman who served in the Army in World War 1 to be buried in Spalding ...
Maurice Scotney worked in Spalding for 48 years and had a butcher's shop on Winfrey Avenue and a sweet shop next door.
Villagers in Pinchbeck had two opportunities on Sunday to remember the men who gave their lives for freedom.
The people of Long Sutton shone a light on the end of two World Wars on Sunday.
A World War II veteran who survived the horrors of the Burma Campaign took pride of place on Remembrance Day in Holbeach.
Young people from Moulton led the village in remembering the sacrifices made by British servicemen on Sunday.
They issue CCTV images of three men who may be able to help with inquiry
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Police appeal for witnesses to Sunday's fatality
The magnitude of World War I ending exactly 100 years ago today brought record crowds onto the streets of Spalding for Remembrance Day.
Three teams reach national final for second successive year
Dominant Deeping display secures home victory
Results from games involving Spalding United, Pinchbeck United, Deeping Rangers and Holbeach United.
Disappointing evening as Rangers lose to South Midlands team Potton.
Businesses are keen to support Milking Nook Drove club
Just one defeat in six league games for Bourne
Round-up of the weekend's results from Spalding Hockey Club.
Four and a half years on from Act II's staging of the musical, Les Miserables, University Academy Holbeach did the same on Saturday night.
Cash donated will help theatre group in search for new rehearsal space ...
Event will raise funds for the Animal Welfare Trust.
The team at Bookmark in The Crescent present their choice for this week
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We look back at the Free Press this week in 2001.
Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust's Rachel Shaw explains the reasons behind the changing colours of nature this time of year