Five men in Skegness have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
Police were called to an address on South Parade in the town at around 4:30pm on Saturday where they found two injured men, aged 18 and 23.
Both were taken to hospital where one was later discharged, but the other is in a critical condition.
The five men were arrested after a silver Ford Focus, believed to have been connected with the attempted murder was stopped on the A16 at Ulceby Cross.
The Senior Investigating Officer DCI David Rimmer said:
This was a brutal attack for which the motives are currently unclear. Although we have arrested suspects I am appealing for anyone who may have witnessed anything that may be connected to this incident either on South Parade, Skegness or on the A16 yesterday in the late afternoon.
Campaigners who are fighting plans for a hotel development on Skegness seafront have now come up with an idea for a concert -style venue on the land.
A decision over whether to sell Pier Field to KCS Developments is expected to be made by East Lindsey District Council on Monday.
But campaigners say if they are successful in securing Pier Field for community use, they could then seek permission to build a venue called 'The Shell' on the land instead.
The drawings give an insight into what the stage could look like.
East Lindsay district councillors were unable to decide whether to sell land on the sea front at Skegness to hotel developers last night.
A 5000 signature petition opposed to the sale of Pier field was handed to the council earlier this month.
Developers want to construct an 80-bedroom hotel and a restaurant. The decision has been adjourned until March 9th.
A teenager who was badly injured in a cycling accident has taken his first steps.
Ryan Smith from Skegness suffered a serious brain injury after the accident in July 2013. He was not wearing a cycling helmet. Since then his family has campaigned to make it compulsory for children to wear them.
This weekend, Ryan took his first steps, without the help of a frame to support him, progress the teenager says he is proud of.
Campaigners opposed to plans for a hotel and restaurant on a piece of land on the Skegness seafront have delivered a 5000 signature petition to the district council. The 'Save our Foreshore Group' and a group of mascots took the document to East Lindsey District Council this morning . A decision over whether to sell the land to KCS Developments will be made later this month. The campaigners are trying to register the land as an asset of community value.
Campaigners opposed to plans for a hotel and restaurant on a piece of land on the Skegness seafront have delivered a 5000 signature petition to the district council.
The 'Save our Foreshore Group' and a group of mascots took the document to East Lindsey District Council this morning (Monday February 9, 2015) .
A decision over whether to sell the land to KCS Developments will be made later this month. The campaigners are trying to register the land as an asset of community value.
A Community Forum will take place tonight in Skegness to discuss the future of a field near the sea front.
Plans are in the pipeline for the pier field site to become a new five story hotel but thousands have signed a petition to stop the development.
Campaigners in Skegness are claiming a partial victory in their battle to save a piece of land from being sold to developers.
East Lindsey District Council was expected to make a decision today over whether a developer could buy the site next to Skegness Pier - to potentially build an 80 bed hotel and fast food restaurant.
The scheme has faced stiff opposition in the community and following an eleventh hour challenge the whole project has now been delayed by months, throwing the development into doubt, as Kate Hemingway reports.
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Plans have been approved to build a new sports facility in Skegness which will be the home of the town's football team.
A new lease will pave the way for £1.64million investment in improved sports facilities and a new home for Skegness Town Football Club.
The project will create a sporting hub for the people of Skegness, Wainfleet and surrounding areas.
The improvements will enable Skegness Town to gain National League Standard 5 meaning they can now progress beyond the league up the leagues.
Councillor Adam Grist said: "This is a fantastic opportunity Skegness and the surrounding area. It will allow more people to access first-class sports facilities on their own doorstep and provide a boost to local sporting teams – in particular football and rugby."