Fans of Lincoln City football club have been up early as the head up to Burnley for this afternoon's FA Cup 5th round match.Read the full story ›
Gainsborough Old Hall, Lincolnshire: Saturday & Sunday, 10:30-17:00
There will be medieval re-enactments and craft activities at Gainsborough Old Hall this weekend.
You'll be in good company if you do go, as the 500-year-old manor house has had many famous visitors over the years including Richard III, Henry VIII and John Wesley.
While there you can also explore the impressive Great Hall, an original medieval kitchen and - if you dare - the ghost corridor!
An ambulance with blue lights flashing was driving to an emergency call along the A607 Grantham Road through Waddington when it crashed.Read the full story ›
There are renewed calls for a Lincolnshire based ambulance service, as the latest figures reveal national targets have been missedRead the full story ›
Andrew Riddel, from Horncastle, was prosecuted over the requestRead the full story ›
Police are making people aware of a series of strange prank phone calls in the Lincolnshire area.
The calls are pre-recorded responses based on a variety of scenarios. In one conversation, an angry man claims you have hit his car. In a second call, he accuses the listener of stealing his wi-fi.
Police say the calls anticipate the recipient's response, giving the impression that you're speaking with someone. Police have issued the following advice:
- Calls do not necessarily have to be reported to police - you can just ignore the call
- Your local provider may be able to block the number
- At night, put your phone on night mode or switch it off
A 22-year-old man has died in a collision at Boardsides on the A1121 at Boston in the early hours of this morning https://t.co/MXdi2HDxs1
Police have arrested two drivers on suspicion of causing the death of another motorist.
Lincolnshire Police said a 22-year-old man died after his grey Ford Focus was involved in a collision while travelling "in convoy" with two other cars on the A1121 near Boston.
The victim was driving from the Bracebridge area of Lincoln along with a black Ford Focus and a black Ford Fiesta in the early hours of Saturday.
Lincolnshire Police said in a statement confirming details of the crash:
Two people, who were driving the other vehicles and aged 22 and 28, have been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
A passenger in the grey Focus sustained minor injuries.
Lincolnshire Police have put in place a 48-hour dispersal order, to prevent the possibility of a gathering of hare-coursing in the county.Read the full story ›
The case was referred to the Attorney General under the unduly lenient sentence scheme to decide if their terms should be increased.Read the full story ›
Your morning weather update for the East Midlands with Alice Piper.Read the full story ›