Four-day-old Lilly Beecham's dad had to flag down a passing ambulance for his daughter to be born.
She couldn't wait the last 5 minutes to get to Boston's Pilgrim Hospital at the weekend, so was delivered in the footwell of her father's car.
Boston Borough Council is among the first in the country to introduce new legislation declaring the town centre streets drink-free.
Anyone found drinking alcohol on streets in a designated area can now be ordered by a police officer to stop drinking or surrender the drink.
Under new rules any person failing to stop drinking when requested will be committing an offence and could be fined up to £500.
Boston Borough Councillor Stephen Woodliffe, said the move will be fully supported by Lincolnshire Police who would enforce it in the town centre.
The new rules replace the former DPPO (Designated Public Places Order) – in place since 2007 - which only allowed for removal of alcohol and offenders by police if connected with anti-social behaviour.
New signs have been put up in Boston town centre banning people from drinking on the streets. The decision comes after feedback from the public which revealed overwhelming support for the introduction of the New Public Space Protection Order.
Anyone found drinking in the designated area can be ordered by a police officer to stop or surrender the drink or incur a £500 fine.
Drinking in the street in Boston town centre is prohibited from today.
Under the new rules any person failing to stop drinking when requested will be committing an offence and can be arrested and fined
A man is due in court charged with murder following the death of a man in Boston.
Ricardas Mazeika, aged 30, of Laughton Road in Boston, will appear before Lincoln Magistrates today Saturday January 3, 2015.
The victim is a foreign national whose relatives in his home country have not yet been traced.
Lincolshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, Alan Hardwick, says he believes a ban on drinking alcohol on streets in parts of Boston can be policed properly without becoming a burden on resources. It'll come into force next month and offenders will face a fine if they resist attempts to have their drink confiscated. The council says it made the decision with the backing of local people, and will be working with the police to enforce it. Michael Billington reports.
Drinking alcohol on the streets of Boston could land you with a fine from the new year.
The Lincolnshire town is one of the first in the country to ban booze on the streets.
And anyone caught breaking the ban, which will be introduced from january the 12th will be fined a hundred pounds for a first offence and up to 500 pounds for repeat offences.
Councillors, including Councillor Stephen Woodliffe , who approved it this week, say they'd like to see a borough-wide ban but don't have the manpower to enforce it.
This week marks a year since tidal surges devastated much of the East Coast, resulting in much of Boston being left underwater.
Some people in the town say it has taken them almost a year to get their houses back to normal.
Many have also got special flood proof doors to protect them.
Hundreds of children in Sleaford, Boston and South Holland won't be provided with their usual school lunches today as the company that supplies them - Food for Thought GB Ltd - have been stopped from trading for operating without a licence.
They supplied around a thousand school meals a day.