Our reporter saw first hand the devastating effects of the virus on patients and staff.
New NHS England figures show that nearly 50,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Lincolnshire.
A family has hatched five quail chicks using eggs bought from a supermarket.
Development plans for a park have been ‘paused’ while officials go back to villagers to discuss the best use for the land.
Flood alerts remain in place for parts of South Holland this morning.
A social housing development in Cowbit is nearing completion.
Riding schools are appealing for a change in the rules or greater support to help them through the lockdown.
A popular butcher that had to close temporarily because of COVID-19 will open again next week.
Supermarket giant Aldi is giving its staff a New Year treat in the form of a pay rise and increasing minimum hourly rates.
Police officers have seized several vehicles after disrupting a large hare coursing meeting.
Lincolnshire Police say they will fine those who breach coronavirus regulations.
A family has issued a plea to help find their dogs, which were stolen from their home.
Residents fear that a man is undertaking weekly night searches of their recycling bags to gain material for identity theft.
Thirty-eight more hospital deaths have been recorded in today's figures.
In their weekly column, Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group discourages too much use of antibiotics.
Photos show how a vaccination centre has been laid out.
Emergency service vehicles were called to a collision on the A15 yesterday (January 14).
Planners will be deciding whether to prevent parking in front of a village bus stop.
A road was reported to be sinking following the recent heavy rains.
The Met Office has issued a double weather warning for overnight snow and ice.
Work has already started on a two storey dwelling which has now received planning permission.
Public health bosses are working with 10 care setting which have COVID-19 cases or outbreaks.
Parents and children go the extra mile to show support for under-pressure teaching staff
A food giant has announced plans to take on 44 new apprentices.
As pictures of woefully inadequate school meal packages circulate online, we went to Asda armed with £30 to show what children should be getting.
A South Holland school has implemented additional safety measures to ensure students can take vocational exams this winter.