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Jeremy Ransome has been editor of the Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian since February 2011. He was previously deputy editor at the Lynn News and before that the Fenland Citizen.

Executive home in pretty village on the market

06 November 2021
Executive home in pretty village on the market

Executive home in pretty village on the market

06 November 2021

A beautiful home with spacious living at its very finest has come on to the market.


True historical drama The Last Duel boasts an all-star cast

18 October 2021
True historical drama The Last Duel boasts an all-star cast

True historical drama The Last Duel boasts an all-star cast

18 October 2021

Our reviewer is happy to be back in the cinema for another big release.


Everything you expect served up... and more

01 October 2021
Everything you expect served up... and more

Everything you expect served up... and more

01 October 2021

A review of the latest James Bond movie.


Witness appeal after fatal accident

02 May 2021
Witness appeal after fatal accident

Witness appeal after fatal accident

02 May 2021

Police are appealing for witnesses and information after a woman was killed following a collision on Saturday.


COVID-19 text scam alert

27 January 2021
COVID-19 text scam alert

COVID-19 text scam alert

27 January 2021

Police are warning the public about fake NHS text messages informing people they’re eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.


Travel agent to close

26 January 2021
Travel agent to close

Travel agent to close

26 January 2021

A travel firm has announced it is to close its Grantham branch.

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Reaction after church roof lead theft gang jailed

06 January 2021
Reaction after church roof lead theft gang jailed

Reaction after church roof lead theft gang jailed

06 January 2021

Four men have been jailed for a combined total of 22 years and seven months for the theft of lead from churches across the country.


County council proposes tax rise to give economic boost for future

05 January 2021
County council proposes tax rise to give economic boost for future

County council proposes tax rise to give economic boost for future

05 January 2021

Lincolnshire County Council is proposing a 1.99% increase in its share of the council tax bill.


Hospital car parking charges coming back – but at a cheaper price

23 October 2020
Hospital car parking charges coming back – but at a cheaper price

Hospital car parking charges coming back – but at a cheaper price

23 October 2020

Hospital visitor car parking charges, are coming back next month, but with new lower rates.

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Police warn of new online fraud

04 September 2020
Police warn of new online fraud

Police warn of new online fraud

04 September 2020

Police have warned of a new online fraud involving Facebook Messenger, eBay and Paypal.


Fewer fines since lockdown eased

12 June 2020
Fewer fines since lockdown eased

Fewer fines since lockdown eased

12 June 2020

The number of lockdown fines issued by police has slowed since measures were eased.


Hare coursing figures released

03 June 2020
Hare coursing figures released

Hare coursing figures released

03 June 2020

Hare coursing incidents during the last season have risen year on year but are still the second lowest on record.


Police video on speeding and non-essential driving

04 April 2020
Police video on speeding and non-essential driving

Police video on speeding and non-essential driving

04 April 2020

A top policeman has warned about travelling and speeding.


PM to write to every home over coronavirus

28 March 2020
PM to write to every home over coronavirus

PM to write to every home over coronavirus

28 March 2020

The Prime Minister will write to every UK household to urge them to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.


Man charged over malicious Fireman Sam email and calls

22 October 2019
Man charged over malicious Fireman Sam email and calls

Man charged over malicious Fireman Sam email and calls

22 October 2019

A man will appear in court over an alleged offence after Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue dropped its 'non inclusive' Fireman Sam mascot.


Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance celebrates 25 years of saving lives

14 May 2019
Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance celebrates 25 years of saving lives

Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance celebrates 25 years of saving lives

14 May 2019

A celebratory event


No link between street lights switch-off and crime levels, say police

27 November 2017
No link between street lights switch-off and crime levels, say police

No link between street lights switch-off and crime levels, say police

27 November 2017

Lincolnshire Police has today (Monday) released its initial findings into the effect that the introduction of part-night street lighting has had on the county’s crime levels.


Lincolnshire Co-op members set for payout

26 November 2015
Lincolnshire Co-op members set for payout

Lincolnshire Co-op members set for payout

26 November 2015

A positive trading year for Lincolnshire Co-op which saw sales rise across the business and profits go up by 11 per cent, will see the Society’s local members benefit from an increased dividend pay-out.


‘Hola’ to new pharmacists

10 September 2015
‘Hola’ to new pharmacists

‘Hola’ to new pharmacists

10 September 2015

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust has recruited eight new pharmacists to work at hospitals across the county.


Majority get primary school place of their choice

16 April 2015
Majority get primary school place of their choice

Majority get primary school place of their choice

16 April 2015

The vast majority of Lincolnshire children have been given a place at their primary school of choicetoday, despite an increase in the number of requests for the more popular schools.


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