Sprout growers have drafted in Santa scarecrows to ward off hungry wood pigeons.
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.
A volunteer at St. Botolph's Church in Boston, better known as The Stump, says it is frustrating waiting for the building to dry out after December's flooding. Peter Coleman is helping to coordinate the repairs and says they have come a long way, but there is still much to do:
Volunteers at one of Lincolnshire's most famous landmarks say it's going to take more than a year to get it fully back to normal after December's floods.
The church of St. Botolph in Boston, better known as The Stump, has large sections of the interior still cordoned off after water cascaded through the building.
James Webster has been to see how the clean up is going:
The vicar of St. Botolph's Church in Boston says people are coping well with the disruption while the building undergoes repairs following the December floods. It is estimated it will take a year to put right all the damage.
Rev Alyson Buxton says they are looking forward to when it is just another part of the building's 700 year history.
Volunteers at one of the region's most famous landmarks say it could be more than a year until it has fully recovered from December's flooding.
St. Botolph's Church in the centre of Boston still has not dried out - three months on.
The underfloor heating will need to be replaced. The gift shop and cafe remain closed though services are still taking place and it is once again open to visitors.
Volunteers at St. Botolph's Church in Boston, Lincolnshire, say it will take at least another year for the building to fully recover from the floods of December when water cascaded through the 700 year old building. It is not yet dry inside and a new heating system will have to be installed.
Sections of the building remain cordoned off until the damage can be fully assessed beneath woodwork on the floor. Temporary wiring has been fixed around the Grade 1* listed church and the office, shop and cafe remain closed, though services are carrying on and visitors can once again be admitted.
School Lane in Butterwick, near Boston, is currently closed following a serious road traffic collision involving a car and a moped.
Emergency services were called to the location at 9.50am this morning and the road is expected to remain closed for some hours.
Work to repair flood defences in Boston, after the town suffered huge amounts of damage in last year's tidal surge, have got underway today.
A temporary defence is being ripped out of the banks of the River Witham to be replaced by a new, stronger brick wall. It is one of four areas which have been flagged up as a priority.
The Environment Agency is aiming to complete the work before the spring tide at the beginning of next month. Matt Price reports.
Flood defences that were damaged by a tidal surge in a Lincolnshire town are to be demolished and rebuilt.
Hundreds of residents and business owners in Boston lost their belongings when floods swept through the town in December. Work will start today and is expected to be finished before the next high tides in March.
Police searching for a vulnerable missing man have discovered a body near Boston.
Officers searching an area of a field adjacent to the A52 Wainfleet Road at Fishtoft, and found the body of a man on Thursday evening.
A new helipad at Boston Aerodrome will enable the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance to airlift critically ill and injured patients in and out of the nearby Pilgrim Hospital. The money raised to construct the vital base was given by the local community and businesses.