The A1 is now clear after a lorry collided with the central reservation on the A1 north of Grantham this morning, Monday July 20.
Real Ale campaigners CAMRA, who have branches across the east, has launched an initiative to protect 3,000 pubs from demolition or conversion to other uses - as new statistics released show 29 pubs a week are being lost across the UK.
A two-year-old girl who went missing from her home in Airedale Road in Stamford has been found safe and well.
Grantham Magistrates’ Court could be closed under new plans announced by the Justice Secretary Michael Gove today, Thursday July 16.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards is warning residents to be on their guard for bogus calls after a number of people have reported being called by the county council.
Bored teenagers cost the bank of mum and dad up to £2,500 over the six week school holidays this summer.
A scam email is currently being sent to victims fraudulently claiming to be from British Gas or The Ministry of Justice.
Millions of working parents will be entitled to unpaid parental leave this summer following new rules, it has been estimated.
One-hundred-and-fifty young people are receiving a prestigious award from the Lord Lieutenant for Lincolnshire, Mr Toby Dennis, after learning how to handle emergencies and help others.
Quorn has recalled two batches of its Chef’s Selection Meat Free Beef Steaks because the wrong product has been packaged.
People are being warned to be extra vigilant after a number of reports of the toxic giant hogweed across the UK in the last couple of weeks.
Twice as many British drivers are enraged by people who don’t indicate as by speeding drivers, according to a new online survey on UK road rage.
Jewellery, television, laptops and perfume were stolen in a burglary in Priory Gardens, Stamford at the weekend.
The latest GPS technology could allow emergency services to collect any available information about a user’s location.
As a result of the change in the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) advice to travel to Tunisia, Peterborough based travel firm Thomas Cook has cancelled all future bookings to Tunisia up until October 31 2015.
Lincolnshire Police’s funding “crisis” has been a talking point in the House of Commons this week.
Hundreds of thousands of Co-op customers have potentially been charged twice in a blunder involving people using their cards in the retailer’s food stores or petrol stations.
There is a ‘very high’ pollen warning for the East of England and East Anglia for Thursday, Friday and Saturday according to Met Office forecasts.
A new ‘national living wage’ which will go up to £9 an hour was announced in yesterday’s budget - but has been described as “gimmickery of the highest order” by academics.
Chancellor George Osborne is to deliver his emergency Budget today - with billions of cuts to welfare expected.