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A team of colleagues at a Boston car dealership in Boston are just days away from an audacious charity effort, one which will see them ride a four-man bike from Boston to Lincoln, before converting it to travel on water and return along the Witham....
Pupils from the Boston area helped stage a celebration of childhood memories at the town’s Assembly Rooms 10 years ago. Youngsters from Carlton Road Primary School and Park Community School in Boston and Old Leake Primary School teamed up on the...
Vegans, vegetarians, and curious meat-eaters are set to gather in Boston for the town’s first vegan festival. The event will take place at The Gliderdrome, in Spain Place, on Saturday, July 21, from 10am-5pm. Organised by animal rescue charity...
A woman who admitted inflicting grievous bodily harm to a baby is to learn her sentence later this year. Jamie-Lee Lauren Cooper, 30, of Mill Lane, Billinghay, originally faced a charge of child neglect following an incident involving the five month...
McDonald’s is offering one lucky schoolchild the chance to help launch its new-look restaurant in the town, have a tour of the revamped premises, and – if that was not enough – win vouchers for meal a week for a year. The business has teamed up with...
Crime rates in Lincolnshire have risen at a lower level than the national trend, according to the latest independently-produced figures. The Office of National Statistics (ONS) has released the latest crime statistics for the 12 months up to March...
In pictures: Double celebration at Pilgrim A double celebration has been held at a ward at Boston’s Pilgrim Hospital, one marking not only the 70th anniversary of the NHS but also a newly acquired top honour. Staff at Women’s Health 1B helped...
PTSD and suicide must not be allowed to define our brave Armed Forces. It is a myth that most veterans are ‘broken’. The reality is that most veterans successfully adapt to life after the military and flourish in the civilian world. Their qualities of...
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is the most common mental health issue that Combat Stress treats. PTSD is one of a few mental health conditions where you have to have gone through a specific type of traumatic event to get it. Often this is where...
Horncastle Town Council has been granted the power to make some planning decisions in the town, after it was agreed by East Lindsey District Council at their Full Council meeting yesterday evening (Wednesday). Horncastle Town Council will now become...
This week (July 18 edition) in 1968 ... A number of 90s favourites can be seen in the crowd, including a Bart Simpson t-shirt and a Gremlins Mogwai toy. I opened the letter and read right through it, but I couldn’t really believe it was from him.
A red 1964 Porsche car and a green 1976 Harley Davidson motorbike were stolen from the garage of an address in Freiston between 6pm on July 14 and 8.30am on July 15. It is thought the vehicles may have been loaded onto a lorry and transported along...
A new community hub featuring a food store and a pharmacy has opened in Swineshead today (Thursday), following a major investment from Lincolnshire Co-op. The £1.6 million outlet in High Street has created 15 jobs in the new food store, which features...
Research has revealed that 80 per cent of parents whose babies were admitted into neonatal care think that their mental health suffered after their experience. The research also highlighted that 35 per cent of parents reported that their mental health...
‘We are on our way’ is the message from Boston United chairman David Newton as foundation work on the club’s new stadium has begun. The £100m Quadrant development will include the football stadium, 500 homes and retail outlets either side of the A16...
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