The Spalding & South Holland festival is back this weekend with almost 50 food and drinks stalls, live entertainment and a fun fair.
It's been revealed that an RAF Lakenheath fighter jet crashed near Spalding in Lincolnshire because of imperfections in the plane's nose cap.
The aircraft came down in a field at Weston Hills on October 8th 2014. The pilot managed to eject himself to safety. No-one was hurt.
Now, a report by an Aircraft Investigation Board has found that a combination of two issues- imperfections in the jet's nose cap and the angle that the plane was flying at caused it to crash.
Police say an incident at Spalding Power Station in Lincolnshire has been caused by a leak in a pipe.
Earlier this evening a 200m cordon was put up around the site and several roads were closed off as a safety precaution.
The pipe is being repaired and roads in the town have now been reopened.
Police have named a pilot who was killed when his light aircraft collided with another plane over the Bedfordshire countryside yesterday.
46-year-old Stephen Spavins from Spalding lost his life when his single seater came down in a field near Tempsford on the Cambridgeshire-Bedfordshire border.
It followed a mid-air collision with another single seater which was able to land safety.
The Air Accident Investigation Board is continuing to investigate.
A body has been found in water near Spalding.
A man's body was discovered after staff at the Welland and Deeping Internal Drainage Board said they had seen a body in the water near the Pumping Station at Pode Hole.
Police believe they know the identity of the man.
The body of 27-year-old Timothy Osborn was found by his family on the A151 near Spalding after he failed to return home after work.
A 42-year-old man has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving following the death of Timothy Osborn in September last year.
Paul Walken, aged 42, from Chapel Lane, Folkingham, will appear before Spalding Magistrates on 20th June.
A builder has praised medical staff who he says saved his life after a garage he was demolishing collapsed on top of him.
Jake Weir from Spalding in Lincolnshire nearly lost his leg when he was trapped under tonnes of brick work.
The moment the garage fell down was captured on camera and Kate Hemingway's report starts with that footage.
This is a picture of Jake Weir's injured leg. He is a builder from Spalding, who almost lost one of his legs after he tried to demolish a garage in Nottingham. The building almost collapsed on top of him.
Jake Weir, a builder from Spalding, almost lost a leg after he tried to demolish a garage, which almost collapsed on top of him.
Mr Weir, 33, had to dig himself out of a pile of bricks and concrete after the accident, which happened in Nottingham in June last year.
His severed leg was left hanging from his body by only a strand of skin.
Doctors managed to save it and they say they have never known someone to recover so quickly.
The accident was caught on camera and Jake can watch the footage of himself being crushed by bricks and concrete and have the grace to see the funny side.
Watch the video, which was posted on YouTube.