A man has been in arrested in connection with a stabbing in Skegness on Sunday.
Police were called to the Castleton Boulevard area of the town around 1.30am. A 27 year-old man was taken to Boston Pilgrim Hospital and later transferred to the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham, where police say he is in a stable condition.
A 28 year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident and is in police custody.
Campaigners are angry at plans to sell a controversial piece of land on Skegness's seafront to the highest bidder.
After a 6 month bidding process, planners have recommended that East Lindsey District Council should sell Pier Field to whoever offers the most money.
Today the council refused to reveal the name of the highest bidder until the full council meeting on December 2nd, saying it was for "commercial reasons." Campaigners have called a public meeting for tomorrow evening.
Police investigating a large fire at a former seafront attraction in Skegness say they believe it may have been started deliberately.
Four fire crews were called out to the disused adventure park 'The Lost World' on North Parade just after five o clock this morning. No one was hurt.
Officers say they're now investigating the blaze as arson and are asking anyone with any information about the fire to contact them.
Police have launched an arson investigation after a fire at a disused adventure park in Skegness.
Fire crews were called to The Lost World on North Parade in the early hours of this morning.
Nobody was injured in the blaze, but it is thought that it was started deliberately.
Officers are asking for any witnesses to get in touch.
The A158 at Candlesby in Lincolnshire is closed in both directions between A1028 Baker's Lane/B1196 (Gunby Roundabout) and Chalk Pit Lane due to a large barn fire.
The blaze broke out at around 7.45am. Fire crews are at the scene. Police have advised the road will be closed for most of the day.
There are reports of delays and congestion. Traffic is being affected between Skegness and Horncastle.
A seal pup that was found stranded in a field in Lincolnshire has been released back into the wild.
Celebration the seal was surrounded by 30 cows when he was discovered by a walker back in June.
The pup spent 16 weeks at a sanctuary in Skegness, where he was nurtured back to health.
Adam Fowler went to see her off:
After 3 months of being nursed back to health, Celebration the Seal who was found in a field of cows, has gone home. http://t.co/pxp0Igu4FM
An orphaned baby seal that was rescued after it became stranded in a field full of cows is being released back into the wild today. The pup, named 'Celebration', was found 16 weeks ago by RSPB staff at Frampton marshes in Lincolnshire and has been nursed back to health at Skegness Natureland.
An orphaned baby seal that was rescued after it became stranded in a field full of cows is said to be doing well.
The pup, who has been called Celebration, was pulled to safety at Frampton Marshes by staff from the RSPB Reserve and Skegness Natureland.
She can be seen here enjoying a spot of lunch with other pups Charlie, Carla and Cuthbert.
Police investigating a large fire at a derelict warehouse in Skegness are asking anyone who saw suspicious activity in the area to get in touch.
The fire, in Heath Road, was reported at around 5.30pm yesterday and tackled by around 50 firefighters. The scene remains cordoned off whilst police, forensic, and fire investigators establish the cause.