9 hrs ago
Lincolnshire Beach Restoration Begins Following Tidal Surge
The Environment Agency scheme played a vital role in helping to protect Lincolnshire's coastal communities from flooding during December's tidal surge.
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15 hrs ago
Remembering 10 years since bus crash tragedy
The parents of victims of a bus crash which killed five people 10 years ago will be remembering those they lost on Sunday.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Work to change power cables between Boston and Skegness
All the overhead electricity cables serving 106,000 homes on the Boston to Skegness pylon system are being changed over the next few months.
Owners appeal for missing female Yorkshire Terrier in Skegness
Suzie, black and tan in colour, went missing after escaping from a car while the door was open for a brief moment in Skegness, at 6 Grunnill Close, on Saturday, April, 12, where She ran off and hasn't been spotted since.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Skegness sea water quality falls below 'recommended' level
The MCS Good Beach Guide reports annually on water quality at UK beaches, using data collected by the UK environment agency and local authorities during the previous year's bathing season, from mid May to September.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Skegness lifeboat joins Mablethorpe and Wells to rescue stranded German crew
Lifeboats from Skegness, Mablethorpe and Wells were despatched to help a yacht which suffered engine failure while on its way to Lowestoft on Friday.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Spilsby music festival out of this world
Around 180 pupils from 12 local schools brought their best singing voices to perform in the annual Spilsby Schools' Music Festival at Spilsby Methodist Church recently.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
'I delivered my granddaughter in a pub car park'
The family, from left, dad Mitchell Devine, grandmother Karen Clark, and mum Carla with baby Avissa-Jai and daughter Analysha-Mae, four.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Health and safety fears grind Skegness Land Train to halt
The Skegness Land Train is driven on the foreshore by Dean Sumner, who had operated the land train through a lease agreement with the district council.
Man jailed for drunken Skegness street attack
A man was left scarred for life after a drunk smashed a bottle in his face during a late night street confrontation, Lincoln Crown Court was told today .
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Skegness's Air Training Corps say 'Thank you'
The funds will go towards the purchase of laptop computers and the squadron would like to say thank you to Michael Worth.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
'Jail birds' are raising cash for charity
Fundraisers are to be banged up and humiliated for the crime of supporting a local charity and they need help from people to bail them out.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Refurbished public toilets re-open on Tower Esplanade
Skegness's Tower Esplanade toilets near the Festival car park are to re-open in time for the Easter holidays, after being refurbished as part of a 500,000 public toilet improvement programme.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
A 2m up for grabs for flood-affected tourism businesses
Skegness MP Mark Simmonds said: "This year had a challenging start with the aftermath of the December floods affecting so many of my constituents.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
In Lincolnshire's Courts
Ian Tolley, 35, of Mount Pleasant, Louth, allegedly assaulted police constable Mark Potts in the execution of his duty magistrates heard this week.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Musician's scholarship to join Eton
A gifted local schoolboy will follow in the footsteps of 19 British Prime Ministers and Royalty when he takes his place at Eton College next September.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Businesses to show each other support
Three local businesses have got together to promote and support other small firms in the area by organising a Small Business Fair to enable networking and a display of their products and services.
Court hears man faces 'dire consequences' after ban
A 41-year-old man was going to face 'dire consequences' as a result of being banned from driving, a court has heard.
A green-fingered resident in a Skegness care home has entered a blooming lovely competition to improve the grounds for those that live there and others in the community.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
This is Lincolnshire
A big mac and fines: Unlicenced driver took brother's car to...
Feeling hungry in the middle of the night led a 26-year-old man to a court appearance after he took his brother's car to get a 'McDonalds', even though he had never taken a driving test.