Two pumps dealt with a bus fire on Seacroft Road in Mablethorpe this morning.
Nobody was hurt in the blaze.
A fire has destroyed part of a seal sanctuary and animal park in Lincolnshire.
The blaze in the education room at Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre caused serious damage and killed several reptiles. The owners say they are "heartbroken" by what happened.
Detectives investigating an assault in Mablethorpe have charged three men.
The incident happened on April 7, 2016.
Harley Shaw (18), of Victoria Road, Mablethorpe, appeared at Lincoln Magistrates on 17th August, where he was remanded.
Jacob Andrew Baines (21), of Seacroft Road, Mablethorpe, and Connor Chapman (18), of Beech Grove, Louth, will appear at Skegness Magistrates on 20th September.
The A1104 High Street at Mablethorpe in Lincolnshire is closed due to a burst water main at Stanley Avenue.
There are reports of heavy traffic.
A whale which was washed up on a beach in Lincolnshire has been taken to landfill.
The four-metre long minke whale was spotted by RNLI north at Mablethorpe on Sunday morning.
Earlier this year three sperm whales washed up at Skegness, while a fouth was found at Wainfleet.
Detectives are appealing for information about Ryan Peel, 29, who is wanted for failing to comply with the terms of his probation following release from prison.
He had been serving a sentence for burglary.
Lincolnshire Police say say Peel is believed to be in the coastal area around Mablethorpe.
Three people have been arrested on suspicion of wounding after a man was stabbed in Mablethorpe.
Officers were called to George Street shortly before 3am this morning in response to a report that a fight was taking place in the street.
A 23-year-old local man was taken to Boston Pilgrim Hospital for treatment to a stab injury to his leg.
The injury is not considered life-threatening.
Three local men, aged 17, 18 and 21, have been arrested on suspicion of wounding and remain in custody.
Police in Mablethorpe are hunting for a man who attacked and stole the phone of a man with learning difficulties.
The 35-year-old was waiting for a bus on Seacroft Road when he was approached by a man, who demanded his phone. The offender punched the victim and then stole the phone, a white Nokia Lumia 720, before running off along Seacroft Road towards the High Street.
Police say the only description available of the offender is that it was a white male in a black coat.
Mablethorpe's only secondary school is to close, due to financial problems and falling pupil numbers.
Governors at Monks' Dyke Tennyson College voted for closure in October and now a formal decision has been taken for the school to shut. Students will instead be taught at the school's other campus in Louth.