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County says £1.7m extra funding will still only go so far as locals rage at delays in fixing dangerous road defects

Transport
The scene of the crash in Boston Road. Photo: Alex Taylor

Sleaford road shut for six hours after lorry hits bridge

Transport
East Midlands Trains has been rated the best train operating company for customer satisfaction

85 per cent are happy with train service

Transport
Fire services were called to the scene.

Motorist needs ladder to escape from crashed vehicle in Horbling

Transport
Roadworks stock image

Water repairs will close street for day

Politics

Riverside mosaic bench to find new home in town open space to avoid vandalism

Crime
Court news. NNL-170524-154443005

Nurse accused of falsifying documents in order to steal morphine

Crime
Two men have been arrested as part of a nationwide waste crime investigation

Two men, believed to be involved in organised crime in Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire, arrested in dual raids

Crime
Armed officers deployed inside the Palace of Westminster. Picture: Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire

UPDATE: Suspicious letter in Parliament contained ‘non-harmful’ white powder

Crime

School gets £10k for outdoor gym trail

Education
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Consultation on ‘special educational needs and disabilities’ vision for Lincolnshire - what do you think?

Education
Members of the Sleaford Muslim Community Association, Noureddine Belazia and Albabul Islam, welcome St Botolph's School pupils to their prayer hall. EMN-180802-165037001

School visit to mosque compares faiths

Education
Harshad Pancholi and Tushar Majithia of Lunettes Opticians at the awards.

Charitable vision sees opticians win award

News
Did you join in step aerobics classes at William Robertson School back in 1993? EMN-180202-153556001

Nostalgia 1993 - Stepping up for fitness classes at William Robertson School

Lifestyle

County says £1.7m extra funding will still only go so far as locals rage at delays in fixing dangerous road defects

Transport
Harshad Pancholi and Tushar Majithia of Lunettes Opticians at the awards.

Charitable vision sees opticians win award

News
East Midlands Trains has been rated the best train operating company for customer satisfaction

85 per cent are happy with train service

Transport
Director at the Elite Fish and Chip Company, Rachel Tweedale, Steve and Eve Bowler of Sleaford Dementia Support, Rebecca Davies from the RAF Association and Simon Bristow of the RNLI. EMN-180202-140029001

Three charities to benefit from chip shop’s birthday

Business

Get involved in the Great British Spring Clean

Politics

Council confirms St George’s Day Market and colouring competition are back again

Politics

New crematorium encouraged by NKDC

News
The site of the new Sleaford Moor enterprise park acquired by NKDC. EMN-180802-155458001

Land deal to unlock new business growth

News
Council news

Council rejects proposal to cull litter bins in Sleaford

Politics

Agencies to reveal future plans for the River Slea

Environment
Time to tidy up North Kesteven. EMN-180802-094913001

Join in the Great British Spring Clean and tidy up North Kesteven

Business
MP for Sleaford and North Hykeham Dr Caroline Johnson. EMN-180702-170446001

Sleaford MP backs litter law change

Crime
Hitching a ride. Female toads carry the males piggyback style to the breeding ponds. EMN-180131-121040001

Willing wildlife volunteers are wanted to help protect annual migration web-footed lovers near Sleaford

News

Stroke campaign is launched

Health
Willow House Physiotherapy, official opening. L-R Mary Simpson and Richard Simpson - owners, Becky Marshall - sports massage therapist, Linda Johnston - neuro physio, Elizabeth Webster - practice administrator. EMN-180131-133824001

New physiotherapy and personal training practice opens in village

Health
Kathy Longbone

£240k funding for Macmillan cancer services

Health
Did you join in step aerobics classes at William Robertson School back in 1993? EMN-180202-153556001

Nostalgia 1993 - Stepping up for fitness classes at William Robertson School

Lifestyle
From left, Nikki Silver, CEO of LIVES, with Brett Forman, one of the new LIVES medics, and Emma Fletcher from CDS Action. EMN-180702-115256001

Funding boost for Lincolnshire life-saving charity

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