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Raiders smashed in the back door of a village home and threatened residents with a knife in a 'terrifying' attack.
Police tackling hare coursers have seized three vehicles at a hare coursing match outside a village.
A 21-year-old man died from a single stab wound to the heart which was deliberately inflicted by his partner, a jury was told.
A property has been closed off to the public after it played host to a series of illegal activities.
Here's the latest Health Matters column from the Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group.
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Minor injuries were suffered when two cars collided outside Sainsbury's this morning.
The days of red eyes and crying while cooking could be over as a revolutionary food product hits the shelves.
A business has announced a world silver medallist as its new managing director.
A ‘world first’ protein extraction plant has been passed, but council officers have been asked to look at ways to ease the impact on residents.
A man who knows just how difficult January can be for people will be helping others by becoming a mental health ambassador.
Walk-in vaccine clinics are operating today and tomorrow - and specialist sessions are running for pregnant women and people with a phobia of needles.
Meningitis B cases are rising sharply with health officials warning numbers among teenagers are exceeding pre-pandemic levels.
Emergency services are currently blocking the entrance to a Spalding supermarket.
A man has been charged after reports that a car was driven dangerously and crashed into the front entrance of a school.
Police will be working with eight schools to tackle problems with parking.
Highways chiefs are waiting to hear whether they have successfully persuaded the Government to reverse big budget cuts.
As South Holland and the Deepings is traditionally a Conservative seat, we would like to know how you feel about Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
A parish council has agreed to increase its share of the council tax.
A headmistress has issued a ‘reminder’ to staff and students of her school’s Covid dress code - amid a complaint from a parent.
Pupils enjoyed a Teddy Bears' picnic.
A developer is engaging pupils in the construction process with a specially designed award programme.