Boston Borough council have defended their new scheme that'll fine people who are caught spitting in the town.
Public notices have been put up around the town to get peoples views on the latest proposals.
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A campaign has begun to stop wind turbine construction work restricting access to North Coates airfield.
Volunteers at St Andrews charity shop in Grimsby say they can't believe they've been the target of burglary AGAIN.
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He was involved in a crash in the Superstock at the Isle of Man TT yesterday and fractured his collarbone.
Gary Johnson from Broughton near Brigg held off competition from New Zealander Bruce Anstey to scorch to victory.
Bourne remain top of the table after this weekend's fixtures.
Augusta Street in Grimsby hosted the only game to take place, not just in the Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League but, it would appear, throughout the whole of Lincolnshire.
Disgraced entertainer Rolf Harris who is serving a jail sentence for sex abuse has been spat at in prison.
Hundreds of events are taking place across Britain to remember the "Pals" - groups of friends, neighbours or colleagues who joined up to form their own battalions in World War One.
This year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe is shaping up to be the year of the Scottish referendum gag.
The glorious sunshine and sizzling temperatures of the past few weeks are about to come to an abrupt end, giving way to heavy rain and thunderstorms.
A man who shook his newborn son causing brain injuries that were said to have led to the child's death more than a decade later has been cleared of manslaughter following a landmark trial.
The fire that gutted much of Eastbourne Pier is being treated as suspicious, Sussex Police have said.
A dealer who targeted schoolboys has been jailed for five years for drug offences following the death of a youngster who took ecstasy.
A black female officer is seeking £47,000 in compensation from the Metropolitan Police for being discriminated against because of her race and sex, a tribunal has heard.
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New York City midfielder Frank Lampard is in talks with Manchester City over a six-month loan deal, Sky sources understand.
James Anderson will be free to play for England in the fourth Test against India at Old Trafford after being found not guilty of breaching the ICC's Code of Conduct.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger plans to make more signings this summer but admits captain Thomas Vermaelen could leave the Emirates.
Warrington got back to winning ways in Super League with a hard-fought 26-24 triumph over Catalan Dragons at a sodden Stade Gilbert Brutus.
The cast and writers of The Inbetweeners have said the sequel to their blockbusting first film will be the last we see of hapless teenagers Will, Jay, Simon and Neil.
Award-winning singer Lorde is to curate the music for the next installment of The Hunger Games, due out in November.
With the violence in the Middle East showing no signs of abating, actors, pop stars and comedians have been taking to social media to vocalise their views on the conflict.
Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch which had its own amusement park and zoo is being prepared for sale in California.
Guardians Of The Galaxy Star Zoe Saldana has told Sky's Entertainment Week that there aren't enough action hero roles for women.