Firefighters were called out to a vehicle and a field on fire this morning (Friday).
Twelve annual community litter pick disciples collected 12 bags of rubbish between them
A pervert has been jailed for eight years after performing sex acts on a 14-year-old girl.
A pub presented a cheque to Macmillan Cancer Care for £1,855 on Saturday, August 17.
A man who had a turbulent relationship with his kother attacked her twice within the space of five days.
Council says two-day, one lane closure of Cross Keys Bridge will help decide how long the full-scale works will take. Initial estimates were a month.
In the weekly growers column, farmer Roger Welberry says UK workers will not be able to fill jobs on the land.
A new fashion shop opens its doors this Thursday.
A popular book store and coffee shop has installed state-of-the art air conditioning and obtained an alcohol licence.
Three staff members cycled for charity to celebrate a grower's 175th anniversary.
Police seek the public's help to trace a second man believed to have been involved in an incident where a gun was pointed at a motorist.
Misplaced trust in a "man in a van" has seen upwards of 15 South Holland people fined for fly-tipping in the last three or four years.
NCS students ran an afternoon tea at Tonic Health's Dementia Club in Spalding.
MP Sir John Hayes believes the Government's £21.3million for a hospital used by South Holland people helps secure its long-term future.
This is what the Care Quality Commission found when it visited the group
MP Sir John Hayes continues to battle current proposals for Spalding Western Relief Road and will meet Natural England on September 20.
Police are looking for witnesses who saw a 'serious collision' near the A17.
Rail workers are holding a fourth day of strike action out of the last five Saturdays this weekend.
In the weekly Growers column, NFU local group secretary Andrew Cross discusses the Government and Brexit.
Taking back control of our laws, borders and money will restore democracy, control immigration and create wealth, says author
'That means our United Kingdom standing tall – independent, sovereign and in charge of its own destiny.'
Donington school had "very happy and excited" students on the day they collected GCSE results.
Nacro Spalding centre senior tutor Zoe Whitmore advises how students who received their results today can prepare for their next steps.
Social justice charity, Nacro has continued its student progression success at its Spalding centre.
Two local students are toasting successful GCSE results.