Last night's electrical storm sent a crackle across the area, with lightning bolts firing across the sky.
Harrison and Dunn hardware store reopened both its branches to customers this week.
Thousands of TalkTalk, BT and Post Office users have been unable to work from home due to an internet fault.
A shop and post office services will open to customers from Monday (June 1).
The firms adapting to the challenges of coronavirus and getting staff back to work safe and sound
More than 17,000 time slots have been released for residents to get rid of their rubbish.
Have your say on whether tonight's Clap for Carers should be the last in our poll.
Town centres are set to reawaken, with some traders being given the go ahead to reopen as early as June 1.
Reported incidents of hare coursing went up by 175 between 2018/19 and 2019/20, according to Lincolnshire Police.
People have been praised by police for behaving well over the bank holiday weekend.
Hoaxers are using the Amazon Prime brand to steal thousands of pounds.
People are being urged to guard against waste collectors who dump rubbish in the countryside.
A hospice is once again able to accept patients after temporarily closing to new admissions.
A 42-year-old patient received a guard of honour as he left Peterborough City Hospital after spending three weeks fighting coronavirus.
When a council prepared to support elderly and vulnerable people through the coronavirus lockdown, there was one man perfect for the challenge.
A bus company is putting more services back on the road as the coronavirus lockdown rules relax.
People are reporting long queues in Bourne after a plant nursery reopened this morning (Saturday, May 16).
Money is also designed to help improve cycling and walking routes.
Bus operators in the county will be receiving financial support after seeing a fall in passenger numbers.
The candidates in the five constituencies covered by the Mercury have been officially announced tonight - find out who they are.
Figures reveal a significant difference in the amount of money neighbouring councillors receive for carrying out their duties.
MP Gareth Davies believes the economy could be boosted through local investment in roads, broadband and energy.
The government has confirmed families who wish to keep their children at home rather than send them back to reopening schools will face no penalty.
Have your say on whether or not children it is safe for children to return to schools in three weeks' time.
Headmaster of Stamford School Nick Gallop explains why the coronavirus pandemic presents an opportunity to review the future of GCSE exams.
The sixth form at The Deepings School has won a national award for its results.