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‘I used to smoke weed a lot but I’ve got my life back now’ - man banned from driving after drug driving

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Centenary year and launch of £100k appeal for society

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The lanterns on display during a recent test. Photo: Quinstone UK

Christmas lights committee ‘delighted’ to have raised more than £23,000

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A rare, first-edition Harry Potter book sold at auction for a record-breaking �60,000 - more than 5,000 times its original �10.99 price tag. SWNS

First edition Harry Potter book sells for £60k - here’s how to tell if you have one

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COURT RESULTS: Our weekly register of court cases

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Christmas comes to Boston...in September

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Nursery enjoys major extension

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Try out fun activities at Boston scouts taster day

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REVEALED: New statistics reveal the most popular baby names in England and Wales

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Ambucopter crew to deliver life-saving blood transfusions

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The full list of Ryanair cancellations and what to do if you’re affected

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UPDATED WITH VIDEO: Live - Panic among commuters as ‘explosion’ leaves ‘many injured’ on London underground

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Man dies in serious tanker crash near Spalding

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Witnesses sought after serious tanker crash near Spalding

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Highways Agency reveals list of roads you should avoid during Storm Aileen

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‘I used to smoke weed a lot but I’ve got my life back now’ - man banned from driving after drug driving

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COURT RESULTS: Our weekly register of court cases

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High value equipment taken in burglary which has “real impact” on livelihood

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NSPCC slams Louth child abductor as ‘disturbing’ and ‘cruel’

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Giles Academy told it ‘requires improvement’ across the board in latest Ofsted report

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A scene from the Indian culture day at Skegness' Embassy Theatre.

Helping bring the world into the classroom

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Boston College's new principal Jo Maher.

New principal Jo has a ‘hard act to follow’

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Gender gap in the classroom

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Lincolnshire schools show continued success at GCSE

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First edition Harry Potter book sells for £60k - here’s how to tell if you have one

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The Christmas department in Oldrids Downtown in Boston this week

Christmas comes to Boston...in September

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Mayor of Boston Coun Brian Rush with Lee and Vicky Wilson of The Home Nursery.

Nursery enjoys major extension

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The full list of Ryanair cancellations and what to do if you’re affected

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1,200-home plan submitted to Boston Borough Council

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Spalding restaurant’s alcohol licence revoked due to it operating as a club

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PICTURES: Service and parade pay tribute to heroes of Battle of Britain

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The Boston Borough Council building.

Council leaders give three-year health strategy the green light

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Store’s licence revoked for second time after discovery of smuggled goods

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‘Storm Aileen’ threatens Lincolnshire with 75mph winds

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96 year old Maurice Davis of Boston, having a tiger experience at Lincolnshire Wildlife Park. He used to live in India and saw tigers in the wild. Maurice pictured with park founder Steve Nichols and L-R Kay Finn - family friend, Alice Davis - grand daughter and Hills Davis - daughter. EMN-170828-095140001

India-born ex-hunter’s emotional day meeting tigers

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The false black widow spider which attacked Skegness man Shaun Middlebrook in his kitchen

Man in hospital after ‘scary’ spider attack

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VIDEO: Family of playful stoats at nature reserve

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Centenary year and launch of £100k appeal for society

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Festival funds help buy defibrillators

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Disney Frozen socks recalled over cancer fears

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The new nurses for Pilgrim and Grantham hospitals.

Newly-qualified nurses set to help fill hospitals trust vacancies

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Council’s support for World Suicide Prevention Day

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