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.
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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CCTV footage that captured a group of youngsters fixing a bike rack on a night out has now been viewed by more than 2 million people around the world.
The images were discovered by Boston Borough Council when it reviewed its footage, and show this group of men in the early hours of the morning carrying out the good deed.
Two of those involved have also appeared on an American chat show. The council says its going to present the men with a certificate of commendation at its next meeting.
You can see the footage below.
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A man who failed to return to HMP North Sea Camp in Boston following day release on Sunday, was arrested by the Metropolitan Police in London this morning.
In addition to his arrest for being unlawfully at large, Alan Wilmott has been further arrested in connection with a serious sexual assault that occurred in Butterwick, near Boston, on Sunday 15th September. Wilmott will return to Lincolnshire to be questioned by officers.
It is has been confirmed that Alan Wilmott, who failed to return to North Sea Camp in Boston, Lincolnshire, has been arrested in London.
A man has gone on the run from prison after failing to return from day release.
47-year-old Alan Wilmott was supposed to return to HMP North Sea Camp in Boston on Monday.
He is originally from Middlesex and is serving a life sentence for offences including robbery.
He is 5' 11" tall, approx 20 stone, and has brown hair and blue eyes.
If anyone has seen Wilmott, or knows anything about his current location, they are asked to contact Lincolnshire Police quoting incident number 336 of 15th September.
A 16-year-old girl has appeared at Grantham Magistrates Court charged with the murder of her new-born baby between September 2 and September 6.
The girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was told by the Chair of the Bench that her case was to be sent up to the Crown Court this afternoon.
The 16-year-old has been remanded into local authority care and will appear before Lincoln Crown Court this afternoon.
Richard Tollemache, Chair of the Bench at Grantham Magistrates Court, told the girl:
I hope you do understand what is going on. It must be frightening for you. I feel for you.
We are going to remand you into custody in the care of the local authority and we are going to send this case up to Crown Court this afternoon.
A 16-year-old girl has been charged with the murder of a baby in Lincolnshire.
Police launched the investigation after they were called to a street in Baston on Thursday 5 September.
The girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is due to appear at Grantham Magistrates Court later.