Youngster Molly Dodd is mixing with the best as her racing career takes off.
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Police officers will be tackling issues with anti-social behaviour around building sites in a town.
An abstract artist feels Spalding is on the verge of a change in the way in which celebrates its arts scene.
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A veteran’s champion has been honoured with a surprise plaque from America.
A couple has proved their new dog training centre has more than one use - by getting married there.
The ‘extreme’ lack of labour and the future of farming were on the agenda when agricultural representatives quizzed our MP.
A map project that aims to uncover how towns have developed throughout their history is coming to Spalding in December.
School children had fun learning more about their environment and playing ‘plant bingo’ with the scouts.
With a new state-of-the-art network, a local broadband provider is offering the chance to have reliable, faster broadband and an end to buffering.
Former Pinchbeck boss and Tigers favourite among the new recruits.
Spalding boss eager to banish slow starts as players' character continues to shine through.
County cup clash for Pinchbeck who visit league rivals Skegness.
Wakes have five players sin-binned after controversial call to award equaliser.
Harris and Smith continue club's excellent start to the season.
Fifteen boats turn out to honour former club commodore and treasurer.
Rangers miss out on reaping the rewards of superb all-round display.
There will be prizes for the best carvings.
There are more exciting films screening at the South Holland Centre this weekend.
He will be meeting readers twice this month.
A lecture on Friday will chart history from the Glorious Revolution of 1688 to the Great Reform Act of 1832.
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We take a look back at the Spalding Guardian pages from 2011.
'My parrot destroyed it' are among the unusual reasons drivers have given the DVLA when asking for a replacement registration certificate.
Motorists could save £700 a year by changing how they drive, say experts, who suggest more thought must now be given to environmental footprints.
With Bonfire Night fast approaching here is how you can reduce your animals stress.