A man has been flown by air ambulance to the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham after a serious crash in the centre of Horncastle. The man, who is in his 50s, is described as having "severe injuries". The accident involved a pedestrian and a tipper lorry.
A man is appearing in court today charged with the attempted rape of a teenage boy.
Colin Paul, 68, of Queen Street, Horncastle, will appear before magistrates in Boston today, charged with the alleged offence on 1st August in Skegness.
Police in Lincolnshire are searching for a woman who was last seen in Horncastle on Monday.
Alexa Jamieson, 31, was last seen by her lodger at her address in Bells Yard.
Alexa has taken her car, a silver Audi A3, registration AJ03 LEX and also has her dog with her, a small terrier with one eye.
Officers say she is 5' 2" tall, of petite build, with dark, shoulder length hair, an eyebrow piercing and a tattoo of a dog's paw on her wrist. Police and family are concerned for Alexa's emotional welbeing and are urging her to make contact.
A 78 year-old woman, who was arrested following the death of a Horncastle man, has been released on police bail.
Emergency services were called to Jobson Road on Friday October 3 around 4.20pm where they found a 59-year-old man suffering serious injuries. He was taken to hospital but later died. Investigations are ongoing.
Police are investigating following the death of man who was found with serious head injuries at a house in Horncastle.
The 59-year-old was taken to Lincoln County hosptial yesterday afternoon but died this morning. Officers have arrested a 70-year-old woman.
Officers remain in place outside the house on Jobson Road as investigations continue.
Victoria Atkins will replace the country's longest-serving MP, Sir Peter Tapsell, who is standing down ahead of the 2015 election, as the constituency's Conservative candidate.
Our political correspondent Paul Brand was at the vote in Louth last night:
A man from Lincolnshire who spent more than two days lost in the Australian bush is due to be released from hospital today.
Robert Fairchild, 21, who is from Hemingby near Horncastle, had been at a party near Canberra when he went missing in the early hours of Sunday.
He was eventually found after a massive search involving forty officers, volunteers and two planes. Robert who has been living in Perth for the last year has been recovering from his ordeal in Perth Royal Hospital.
A man from Lincolnshire has been found after going missing in the Australian Outback.
Robert Fairchild, 21, was found in a critical condition almost 3km away from where he went missing.
He was reportedly in a confused state and was taken to Royal Perth Hospital by helicopter.
Mr Fairchild is from near Horncastle and is thought to have been working in Australia for around a year.
Channel 7 News sent us this report:
Lincolnshire Police are appealing for witnesses to an incident in a Tattershall churchyard, in which a grave was targetted.
The incident is believed to have happened at some point during Friday 23 May at the Holy Trinity Church in Sleaford Road.
Flowers and ornaments from the grave were strewn about and a dead rabbit left in their place, causing great distress to the family.
Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Dave Mills, at Horncastle Police Station, by calling 101 and quoting the incident number.