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Campaigners aiming to put Keelby at the top of the county's best kept villages, plan to purge their streets and verges of dog dirt.
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TALENTED boxer Milli Hansen looks set for a bright future in the sport after punching her way into the England squad.
John Alexander Swindell , 41, of Great Stather Close, Burton, pleaded guilty to using a motor vehicle without third party insurance and driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence.
Councillor Elaine Marper, ward member for Burton upon Stather and Winterton, is urging residents to clean up after their pets, after countless piles of dog dirt were seen close to two popular caravan sites in Burton.
Louth was buzzing to the sound of bees on Saturday as its Festival of Bees kicked off with a family fun day at Spout Yard Park.
Councillor Greenbeck, who has served as chairman for the past five years, failed to secure re-election to the post at the parish council's annual meeting.
Lincolnshire offshore wind farm developers Centrica Energy and their partners have been announced as the So Festival's main private sector sponsors.
The move is in response to the council's refusal to let them stay in their chalets 50 weeks of the year mainly due to a risk of flooding.
OLD girl led 2,500 women in this year's Race For Life which could raise in excess of 140,000. Cancer touches the lives of everyone in our community and every year, women run, jog and walk to raise money for Cancer Research UK and its fight against the disease.
Winning design: Willows Academy head teacher Ruth Beckett with the school's new logo, designed by six-year-old Ruby Jennings.
Clee had been dealt a blow in the warm-up with veteran Andy Ellis going down with a calf strain and Ian Hallam gaining a late call-up for his Yorkshire League debut.
A GRIMSBY man left his elderly step-father to rely on the charity of a nursing home after gaining access to his bank accounts and stealing almost 25,000. Grimsby Crown Court heard Jonathan Grogan, 38, of Cross Coates Road, had assumed control of accounts belonging to Byron Marriott, 79, after he suffered a major stroke on April 24, 2009.
The selection of a dynamic, still youthful but already widely experienced conductor as the Boston Symphony's next music director has major, positive implications not only for the orchestra but also for its annual summer residency at Tanglewood.
Pilot Les Munro, 94, and bomb aimer George 'Johnny' Johnson, 91, said the black granite sculpture in Woodhall Spa was very fitting.
The facilities team at Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has won an award at a prestigious regional event which focused on building excellence.
The Armed Forces Covenant that North Lincolnshire Council signed up to last October is proving a hit at RAF Scampton where the Dambusters 70th anniversary celebrations were held last week.
From tomorrow parts of the resin footpath that runs from The Pods through to Central Park in Scunthorpe will be replaced.