Former pupils returned to their old school to celebrate its 50 years of co-education.
Members of the Deepings Lions Club have welcomed their new member.
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A Stamford business has moved into a new home in St Mary’s Street to join other independents.
Three Counties Dog Rescue in Bourne is looking for a home for AJ.
A school has hosted lessons with an Olympic gold medallist and world record holder to inspire young swimmers.
A new mortgage company is offering simple, no-nonsense advice.
A brand expert looking to set up a pop-up shop in Stamford believes long-term leases are stopping new businesses from filling empty high street units.
Yobs are turning to baked beans in the latest criminal craze to hit the internet and Tik Tok, prompting warnings from police and to dog owners.
Lorries parked alongside the A1 overnight are a target for thieves.
A man has agreed to reimburse a community group after vandalising one of its floral displays.
Plans to give unpaid special constables a 25 per cent council tax discount have faced “frustrating” delays.
Elderly residents have been moved out of a troubled care home which was closed after concerns were raised by the fire service.
County health bosses say Covid-19 booster jabs will begin to be given out soon - with plans being made for issuing vaccines to schoolchildren too.
A thank you evening has taken place to applaud the volunteers and staff that helped in the Rutland vaccination programme.
Thousands of speeding fines could be cancelled due to an error with a reduced speed limit put in place to protect road workers.
An incident is causing delays on the A1.
Volunteers in Lincolnshire's Community Speed Watch teams are being encouraged to take part in a road safety campaign this week.
Drivers are experiencing severe delays due to traffic queuing near a construction site.
Lincolnshire’s police and crime commissioner has addressed the underfunding in the county in a meeting with the Prime Minister and chancellor.
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An independent school has been awarded the highest rating in all areas after its latest inspection.
Around three million children could be eligible for a first dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid jab.
Children aged just four and five will now be able to join the Scout Association as it launches its first new group for 35 years.