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Bessacarr: A woman went into the bathroom of her home in Bawtry Road yesterday afternoon and spotted the hand of a burglar trying to climb through the open window.
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Faced with the loss of young people from the village and local services, they set up a Community Land Trust and they now own 10 affordable family homes that will be rented to people who live or work in the community for generations to come.
A man who grew up in Grantham has published a book containing fond memories of the town, time spent in the country and tales from his own family history.
Ian Noel Tolley, 25, of Mount Pleasant in Louth, appeared at Skegness Magistrates' Court on June 26 charged with assaulting a police constable in the execution of his duty on October 4 last year.
Football affray: A strong police presence at a Lincoln football game led to a number of arrests and charges during the match.
Leesa Castelluccio, who was one of six people shortlisted to be Inspirational Colleague of the Year at the sixth annual Housing Heros Awards 2014.
The inventor John Harrison, who built clocks accurate enough to solve the problems of navigation at sea, has been celebrated where he once lived.
People living in the postcode areas of Southampton , Peterborough and Newcastle upon Tyne have the highest levels of personal loan debt per person in Britain, according to figures from lenders.
In Horncastle, the roll-out by OnLincolnshire was "51 per cent complete" covering 2,130 premises, with Woodhall Spa 58 per cent complete, covering 1,687 premises, Mr Brookes said.
Theatregoers in South Holland can expect to see more high quality productions on stage in Spalding - thanks to an annual 207,194 grant.
There have been many letters complaining about the quality of work done by the company South Kesteven District Council employs to mow the grass in parks and the grass verges.
A farmer described as the leader of a gang which organised and ran a "sophisticated" fuel and VAT tax fraud has been jailed.
Landowners and developers are "jumping the gun" by trying to build homes before the district council settles its planning policies.
A1 Nottinghamshire - Very slow traffic and heavier than usual traffic on A1 northbound between J34 A614 Bawtry Road and J35 M18.
Winner of the Inspiration Award, Gainsborough Old Hall, presented by Emma Tatlow, Visit Lincoln Partnership Manager who sponsored the Award Gainsborough Old Hall was chosen as the venue for an award ceremony which celebrated the wonderful work taking place in museums, historic houses and heritage sites across Lincolnshire.
Little Minnie Snodgrass managed to get wedged in the metal bucket after her mother, Gemma, had been mopping the floor at their home in Conisbrough, near Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 02:17 am
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