Six men have been jailed after scamming Lincolnshire pensioners out of thousands of pounds.
Vets are urging people to think about long-term animal care before buying a puppy or kitten, after figures revealed millions of the country’s favourite pets could be at risk from disease and pests.
There is less than one month to go before the National Citizen Service’s (NCS) summer 2015 programme gets underway, and organisers are urging Lincolnshire’s young people to sign up before it’s too late.
A mystery ticket-holder has scooped a £93,388,943 EuroMillions jackpot, placing them sixth on the National Lottery rich list.
The A1139 Fletton Parkway eastbound between the A1(M)/A1 junction 17 to junction 3 Hampton roundabout exit slip road will be closed from 8pm-6am this Saturday, June 13 and Sunday, June 14.
Crimestoppers has been alerted to a small number of calls where scammers have been impersonating their call handlers and asking for people’s personal information, including their bank details.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue will be taking on the famous ‘Three Peaks Challenge’ later this month, in aid of the Fire Fighters Charity.
A new report from the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) has revealed that 33 per cent of crime reports that related to ticket fraud in 2014 happened in May, June and July.
The Met Office have issued a warning of heavy rain for the East of England/East Midlands valid from noon on Friday (June 12) until Saturday morning.
Soaring numbers of alleged crimes on Facebook and Twitter are being investigated by police, new figures have revealed.
Following Government threats of cuts to local public health budgets a new report says tobacco companies should be forced to pay the cost of reducing smoking.
Hayfever sufferers are being warned that pollen levels are expected to reach ‘High’ and ‘Very High’ levels in the east of the country today and tomorrow.
HRH The Princess Royal has officially opened the new-look Lincoln Castle.
A collision which closed one lane of the A1 between Great Casterton and Greetham, north of Stamford has now been cleared.
A new assessment of European birds has revealed that nearly one fifth (18 per cent) are considered to be at risk of extinction across the EU, with habitat loss, climate change and increasingly intensive farming being key causes of threat.
The A1 southbound between Stamford and Grantham reopened at just after 6am this morning, Wednesday August 5, following yesterday’s double lorry fire.
NHS Blood and Transplant has revealed that 40% fewer new volunteers came forward across England and North Wales to give blood last year compared to a decade ago.
The A1 southbound at Great Ponton was closed earlier to allow for the recovery of a lorry which had jack-knifed.
Motorists are being warned to be aware of changes taking effect today, Monday June 8, as the paper counterpart for the driving licence is scrapped.
The A14 spur road now fully reopened eastbound between J14 of A1M and J23 Spittals roundabout this morning, Monday June 8, due to a van fire.