Thursday Mar 6
Stickford man named as A16 Spilsby fatality
Police have named a man who died in a crash on the A16 in Spilsby as Stickford man James Edward Naylor.
Councillor picked as Boston's UKIP chairman
Coun Ayling, who represents the Spilsby Fen ward and lives in Stickford, was elected into the role at a meeting on February 20. Skegness councillor Robin Hunter-Clarke was chosen to be deputy chairman, Mandy Hunter-Clarke becomes secretary and Wyberton's Sue Ransome is treasurer.
Owners warned: Pick up after your pet or face the consequences
Dog owners are being warned to pick up after their pets or face the consequences - as Spilsby Town Council launch an anti-dog fouling campaign.
Police appeal for information over Spilsby's stolen tractors
Lincolnshire Community safety officer, Gill Finn has asked: "Are these Tractors being stored in a location near you?" Sometime over the weekend of Saturday, February, 15 and Sunday, February 16, two tractors have been stolen from the Spilsby area of Lincolnshire.
Book fans show their love at Margaret Dickinson book signing
Hundreds of readers flocked to WH Smith, Skegness to buy copies of a Lincolnshire author's latest novel on Valentine's day.
Dismayed mum calls for change in law on leaving kids in cars
Amanda Ward who is speaking out about children being left in cars. She reported someone to the police only to be told its not illegal A dismayed mother is calling for a change to the law to make it illegal for babies to be left in a car on their own by their parents.
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Police appeal for missing Spilsby man Tony Benton to get in touch
Police are appealing for missing Spilsby man Tony Benton to get in touch with his family to let them know he is safe.
'Beyond a joke': Tenant's fury over mouldy bungalow
A chronically-ill woman says that she and her 11-year-old son have had their lives "ruined" by a mouldy bungalow they were allocated in North Somercotes.
Two students suspended after Boston College fire alarm
As reported last week students and staff were evacuated at Boston College after the small fire in the changing rooms of the catering department at 12.46pm on Friday, January 31. The incident was not started maliciously.