Winston is this week's Three Counties Dog Rescue dog of the week.
A prison officer was left with concussion after a riot at Stocken Prison.
Two council community grant schemes are set to be reduced as part of cost-saving measures.
The theft of lead from the roof of St Andrew’s Church in Pickworth, north of Folkingham, is the third such crime in the area in the last two months.
Bourne-based JJ Mac have dug the earthworks for the film 1917.
The Glebe Singers marked their anniversary year with performances across the area.
Trading standards warn people of a candle set which may cause safety issues.
A town clothing store will shut following the owner's decision to retire.
The Essendine Hotel stood empty for 14 years but now new life will be breathed into the disused site.
Home Office says increased funding will go towards things like recruitment of the first 6,000 of the 20,000 officers the Prime Minister has promised.
People can raise concerns at a police and crime meeting that takes place on Tuesday (January 28).
A care home has failed to make crucial improvements required by the Government’s health watchdog and remains in special measures.
East Midlands Ambulance Service is set to spend £1m to retain private ambulance services in order to meet “unprecedented demand”.
A former headteacher is counting the benefits of weight loss after joining a slimming club.
A South Witham resident has branded the village's pothole-ridden roads as "a disgrace".
When you're waiting at one of the level crossings in our area, have you ever spared a thought about how they work?
There were no reports of any injuries.
A dangerous pothole that caused damage to vehicles has been filled.
The candidates in the five constituencies covered by the Mercury have been officially announced tonight - find out who they are.
Plans for a new business park and housing development near Burghley House have moved a step closer to reality.
Children role-played people from the 17th Century and investigated the causes of a huge fire.
An exchange programme between Stamford Endowed Schools and a Russian school, near Moscow, has been going for 25 years.
More than 100 pupils participated in a tournament to build robots made out of Lego.
A family inspired by equipment used at Willoughby School in Bourne has received help to buy some for home.