Sixteen people have been arrested in connection with an illegal rave in Lincolnshire in which three police officers were injured.Read the full story ›
Police are looking for a missing man who has links to Boston in Lincolnshire.
Malcolm Dent, 56, who recently moved out his home in Grimsby, has not been seen since 6 May and was reported missing by his family on 15 May.
He is described as white, 5ft 11ins tall, of thin build and with dark thinning hair.
Mr Dent's family are anxious to confirm his safety and wellbeing.
Anyone who sees him is asked to contact Lincolnshire Police on 101.
It's a bank holiday weekend and the weather it is looking decent. Looking forward there's an El Niño on the horizon.Read the full story ›
Three hospitals in Lincolnshire are to undergo a £25 million pound upgrade.
Pilgrim, Lincoln County and Grantham and District Hospitals will benefit from the money which will be used to improve facilities and accommodation.
Work has already started on site and the redevelopment is expected to be finished by March 2016.
Police are looking for a missing woman who was last seen in Skegness.
Danielle McBean - who is from Enderby - was on Park Lane in Skegness at around 4:30pm on May 9. She was reported missing by a friend on May 15.
She is white, 4'9" tall, medium build, with straight shoulder length dark brown hair and green eyes. She has a tattoo of two names on the back of her neck and a patterned tattoo on her right forearm leading down to her hand.
Anyone who has seen Danielle should contact Leicestershire Police on 101.
More than £12 million has been awarded to Lincoln Cathedral by the Heritage Lottery Fund for redevelopment and restoration works.
It is the only cathedral on Historic England's buildings at-risk register and has a repair bill topping £1.5 million a year.
Staff hope to double school visit numbers and widen the range of visitors to the cathedral.
A new pilot scheme which will see firefighters responding to medical emergencies ahead of paramedics will launch across the East MidlandsRead the full story ›
Police have released images of three people they are looking to talk to in connection with three separate thefts from a Co-Operative store in John Street, Market Rasen.
On Wednesday 29 April, between 7am and 12pm, Police received reports that a woman had entered the store and stolen some sweets.
On the same day at around 3.10pm, another incident was reported where a man stole a bottle of Jack Daniels from the shop.
On the following day, between 4pm and 4.15pm, a man stole seven bottles of vodka from the Co-Op store.
Anyone who recognises them is asked to contact Lincolnshire Police on 101. Alternatively contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
The Met Office stats are in for the first half of May which show we've seen more rain so far than we normally would in a month!Read the full story ›
Heavy showers are lashing down across the East and West Midlands today but it's better news as we head towards the Bank Holiday weekendRead the full story ›