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People will now be able to tie in their weekly shop with a haircut as a barbers’ opens in a town supermarket.
Low income households will get a cash boost as higher Universal Credit payments land in bank accounts for the first time.
Situated within the highly sought-after village of Little Bytham sits this extended and beautifully presented two-bedroom cottage.
Concerts will be held across the area, offering a range of choral classics and carols.
Drivers are facing long queues on two major roads into a town.
A road is partially blocked after a crash this afternoon (December 3).
A sparkling ‘Snow Ball’ organised by two business owners has helped to generate £5,600 for chairty.
Union bosses say they have called off the threat of strike action for Bakkavor staff after agreeing a pay rise for workers.
Police will tackle hare coursing, lead thefts and fly-tipping with the formation of a new rural crime action team.
Christmas shoppers returned home to find they had been burgled.
Lincolnshire Police has launched its annual Christmas campaign to tackle drink or drug driving over the festive period.
Reports of hare coursing taking place this morning has prompted police to issue a dispersal order.
Hospital admissions for unvaccinated Covid-positive patients is five times higher than those who are jabbed, according to health leaders.
Covid cases in the area have remained high this week as the extension to the booster jab programme is launched.
Measures to combat the new Omicron variant of coronavirus come into force today.
LNER is advising customers to defer travel due to extreme weather conditions expected this weekend with the approach of Storm Arwen.
A well-used road has been highlighted as one of the worst routes in Lincolnshire.
The candidates in the five constituencies covered by the Mercury have been officially announced tonight - find out who they are.
The Stamford and Bourne MP discusses Small Business Saturday, Harper's Law and the Omicron variant of Covid-19.
Residents could get a £10.7m refurbishment of the Deepings Leisure Centre.
Schools from our area have been ranked among the top 10 in the region by a national guide published today (Friday).
The application window for primary school places for children starting in reception in September 2022 is now open.
A careers fair was held for pupils of Bourne Academy.
Pupils have been gifted Fairtrade food and educational resources to help them learn about global environmental issues.