Kate Hemingway revisits a town in Lincolnshire which had its High Street thrown into the spotlight two years ago after the Queen of Shops Mary Portas, was hired by the Government to turn it around.
A regeneration team in Market Rasen is now putting plans in place to carry on the work - but some residents say the Portas scheme has failed to deliver.
Police are investigating an accident on a Lincolnshire road which left a man dead. It happened on the B1424 at Owersby Moor, north of Market Rasen. Anyone who witnessed the crash is asked to contact police.
A man has died after a crash on a busy Lincolnshire road. Police say the crash happened on the B1434 at Owersby Moor, north of Market Rasen. The victim was driving a white Astra van. Officers are appealing for any witnesses to the crash to come forward.
Hundreds of pupils attended a special service at Lincoln Cathedral earlier today, to mark the 150th anniversary of their school.
Around 900 students joined their teachers and guests at the event, to celebrate the long history of De Aston School in Market Rasen. Kate Hemingway reports.
Edward Leigh MP said he feels honoured to have been invited to celebrate the 150th anniversary of De Aston school. He added that it's important to mark the occasion as not many schools have existed for so long
Current and former pupils from De Aston school at Market Rasen in Lincolnshire have gathered at Lincoln Cathedral to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the school.
Rare items from a German World War Two bomber that crashed over Lincolnshire have found a new owner - but raised less than expected.
The pilot's pocket watch and a pair of binoculars went for £320 at an auction in Market Rasen today - which was less than expected considering their good condition - and the history behind them. Their owner was on his way to bomb Hull in 1944 when he was shot down.
Rare items from a crashed German World War Two bomber are to be auctioned off in Lincolnshire tomorrow. The pilot's pocket watch and a pair of binoculars are expected to sell for hundreds of pounds. James Webster has been speaking to auctioneer Nicholas Sharp.
These are the rare wartime items recovered from a crashed Luftwaffe plane in Lincolnshire during World War Two which will be auctioned off tomorrow. Records show the aircraft was on its way to take part in a bombing raid over Hull when it came down.
Rare items salvaged from a crashed German World War Two bomber in Lincolnshire are to be auctioned off. Among the lots are a pilot's pocket watch and a pair of binoculars in a pig skin case which were retrieved from a Luftwaffe Dornier 217-M1 which came down at Legbourne near Louth in 1944.
The items are among 850 to go under the hammer at Perkins George Mawer in Market Rasen on Thursday 21 March. People interested in bidding can preview what is due to be sold on Wednesday afternoon at the firm's saleroom. Also there are charts from a U.S. lifeboat that washed up at Theddlethorpe.