A group of young men who straightened a bike rack bent when a car hit it are to receive official recognition from Boston Borough Council.
Boston Borough Council's released CCTV footage of a group fixing a bike rack which had been hit by a car to find them and say thank you.
Calendar has obtained exclusive pictures of Stephen Sleaford, who has today been found guilty of murder.
Flood waters are reported to be receding after the worst tidal surge for more than 60 years hit coastal towns along the east coast of Britain.
Thousands of people were evacuated from their homes and spent the night in temporary accommodation as officials warned lives could be at risk.
The North Sea surge hit the Lincolnshire and north Norfolk coast early yesterday evening and headed south throughout the night.
In Boston, Lincolnshire, more than 250 people were taken to evacuation centres last night.
The authorities are considering evacuating around 600 homes in Boston over fears that floods could hit the town this evening.
People may have to move from their homes, as a huge tidal surge could lead to flooding in South Forty Foot Drain and the River Witham.
The Environment Agency says it has issued a number of severe flood warnings which cover around 18,000 properties in Boston.
Compensation of over one million pounds has been awarded to a mum of three after a series of botched operations left her crippled for life.
Seven years ago Tracey Hughes, from Spalding, fell and broke her leg. But mistakes made at Boston's Pilgrim Hospital meant she almost had to have it amputated. In the meantime Tracey's home was repossessed after her partner lost his job as he took time off to care for her.
A man convicted of the murder of Jan Pawel Stochnialek in Boston, has been sentenced to life imprisonment and told he must serve a minimum of 20 years. Slawomir Dziob was also sentenced at Lincoln Crown Court to six years for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, to run concurrently.
His Honour Judge Michael Heath described Dziob as a 'powerfully-built, dangerous and somewhat arrogant individual' and said the evidence was overwhelming. Mr Stochnialek's body was found in a waterway.
The judge told Dziob: "You beat him in a vicious, brutal and sustained attack using blunt force. The motive was unclear". The Judge said the case was a 'difficult and complex investigation' and he commended the investigating team for their 'sterling police work'.
A man described as being thought 'untouchable' by Boston's Polish community will be sentenced today for murder. Slawomir Dziob, 35, denied the murder of 28-year-old Jan Pawel Stochnialek, whose body was found in a waterway in Boston in January last year.
But he was found guilty by a jury at Lincoln Crown Court. Mr Stochnialek was last seen alive at a Christmas Eve party when he was seen to become involved in a heated discussion with Dziob. The prosecution alleged that, at some point between 23rd December and 25th January, Dziob murdered him.
Chief Superintendent Paula Wood said: “There is a flourishing Polish community in Boston, with whom we have maintained a close connection throughout the investigation into Mr Stochnialek’s murder.
It became apparent at an early stage that this community regarded the offender as, in some way, ‘untouchable’ and that there was a lack of confidence in the police’s ability to bring him to justice.
I hope that today’s successful outcome offers reassurance to all our communities in Boston and Lincolnshire that such worries were groundless..... and that, regardless of nationality or criminal reputation, those who harm our communities will be found and brought before the court”.
Shops in Boston are encouraging people to use their smartphones to buy in the town. They are offering discounts for anyone who uses them to make a purchase.
Multi-lingual 'no cycling signs' have gone up in Boston town centre. The council say a number of crashes and near misses involving residents who don't speak English have forced them to bring in the signs.
They hope it will stop confusion over rules in the town centre - and have pinpointed St Botolph's footbridge as a particular problem spot.
Four men from Lincolnshire who were caught on CCTV fixing a bent bike rack at 3 in the morning are to receive a personal thank you from Boston Councillors today for their public spirited actions.
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