A feasibility study looking at options for a new relief road has chosen a route where five properties are currently located.
In our regular column, Jerry Green Dog Rescue at Algarkirk are hoping to find a home for the rather lovely Ralph.
Residents who called for a clampdown on speeding are celebrating as new 30mph signs have been installed.
A malicious virus, that attempted to encrypt data across a series of schools, was stopped by swift action.
A dog fertility clinic, which is helping show and working dog owners, has been given approval by planners
Roadworks will resume on the Lincolnshire/Norfolk border early tomorrow morning.
Police are investigating malicious messages received by the Chief Fire Officer after Fireman Sam was dropped from Fire Service promotional material.
In his regular column Sir John Hayes looks at the economy.
Plans to develop a site behind a former garden centre gets the backing of councillors.
Police say the 'suspicious activity' that cancelled this morning's Great Eastern Run is now thought to have been harmless.
A road race due to have taken place this morning (Sunday) was cancelled due to a suspected bomb threat at mile 11.
Two practices have received awards for going above and beyond for patients affected by cancer.
In his latest column Sir John Hayes calls for improvements for services for deaf youngsters.
People with disabilities and those who support and care for them can make their voices heard at a series of events this month.
A huge transformer journeyed along our roads this morning after being brought across from Austria.
Councillors have deferred plans for a private swimming pool to be used by families, rehabilitation and certain disabilities.
Academy students and staff raised more than £400 for the Macmillan cancer charity at a coffee morning.
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School students celebrated their harvest festival with music - and a special delivery to a local hospital.