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Crowds line the street during the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Boston, Sunday, March 18, 2012.
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A month-long campaign will encourage lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to consider adopting or fostering in North Lincolnshire.
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A West Lindsey couple convicted of stealing from disabled people to fund their comfortable lifestyle have been told they will face prison sentences.
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A widow accused of murdering her new fiance on a country lane near Doncaster told police she knew nothing about what happened after he got out of the car with two other men and didn't return.
John Cinque, a Navy veteran who told Connecticut lawmakers last year he would not comply with the state's new gun control law, told Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Joe Visconti that a Branford police officer said he couldn't "wait to get the order to kick your door in," Freedom Outpost reported Saturday, citing a YouTube video posted Friday.
11 attacks Monday just before a British man testified by video from London that he trained to blow up a plane in late 2001 with a shoe bomb.
Brigg and Goole MP Andrew Percy, who joined North Lincolnshire Council leader Liz Redfern in a meeting with the Environment Agency to discuss the planned Lincolnshire Lakes development COUNCILLORS and MP Andrew Percy have met with Environment Agency officials to discuss delays to the 6,000-home Lincolnshire Lakes project.
The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government gave the council the go-ahead to demolish the building on Caskgate Street.
Woman attacked by dog: Police continue to investigate a dog attack which has left a 22-year-old Lincoln woman with "horrific" injuries.
UK Border Agency officials and police arrested five men at a restaurant in Quadring in relation to suspected immigration offences.
Stefan Pavlik, 40, of Dale Street, Scunthorpe, was arrested along with two other men and a teenage boy on Friday following the robbery on Sunday, March 2. He has also been charged in connection with an armed robbery at the One Stop shop in Eton Court, Scunthorpe on Wednesday, February 5, an attempted robbery at the same store on Monday, February 17 ... (more)
AT LEAST 280 people in North East Lincolnshire have been subject to the controversial "bedroom tax" despite being exempt, according to new figures.
Coxwain Ray Chapman and the RNLI Skegness lifeboat crew accepted a cheque to the value of i 1 25,000 from Elite fish and chip company owners Adrian and Donna Tweedale at the lifeboat house Tower Esplanade , Skegness.
Last year South Kesteven District Council decided to focus on making use of the 485 privately owned properties around the district that had been empty for more than six months.
A man brought up in Spalding who went on to be knighted and become one of the Caribbean's top judges has died, aged 64. Sir Richard Ground, who was knighted by the Queen in 2012, died at his home in the Derbyshire Peak District after a career that also saw him awarded an OBE in 2011.
A moving and amazing visit - those were the sentiments expressed by Sir John Nelthorpe School students and staff when they returned from a visit to the First World War graves.
A Crowle man who threatened and verbally abused employees of North Lincolnshire Council has been handed a five-year Anti Social Behaviour Order.