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Police are appealing for information after an incident of voyeurism at a shopping centre in Grantham.
A proposal for a solar farm that could power over 14,000 homes will go before a planning committee tomorrow, and is recommended for approval.
Alcohol duty has been simplified, a fuel duty rise cancelled and the minimum wage is going up following the Budget.
Funds raised by a concert at the Guildhall have been donated to a Grantham homeless charity.
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Police are appealing for information after staff member was reportedly sexually assaulted.
A planning application has been submitted to build 12 new homes on farmland in a village, of which 10 would be affordable.
Representatives from seven local charities received cheques totalling £4,000 at an annual charity evening.
A woman made redundant during the pandemic has applied to use her garden shed as a dog grooming salon.
Planning permission for a call-off facility with a vehicle preparation building is being discussed by a planning committee this week.
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A Belton Woods ladies' team were invited to play at Woodhall Spa in the President’s Day Texas Scramble.
The final rounds of the International GT Open Championship at Barcelona brought a positive end to the season for Caythorpe-based Balfe Motorsport
A large contingent of Grantham Running Club headed north for the Manchester Marathon.
Three members of Grantham Running Club made the journey to London last Sunday to take part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon.
What a great day’s golf for Jim Carr who carded 42 stableford points in last week’s seniors’ stableford, The Gordon Trophy, at Sudbrook Moor.
Once again Grantham Town failed to register their first win at home despite matching the visitors pretty much throughout the match.
Shallow-set float rigs in deep areas of both the Match and Specimen Lakes at Woodland Waters, Ancaster, have been successful lately.
A family friendly Halloween trail is taking place this half term but be careful not to disturb the undead.
The Duchess of Rutland has praised Duran Duran after hosting the filming of pop group's latest music video at Belvoir Castle.
Joe Rowntree has had a whirlwind 20 years with performing live on stage, and learning magical new skills.
Participants can join Anne-Marie Kerr, St Wulfram's artist in residence, for some half term creative fun, this week.
Funhouse Comedy Club brings another great night of laughter to the Guildhall Arts Centre next month.
Which dog breed could be most compatible with you based on your sign of the Zodiac?
Clocks going back can cause chaos for children's sleep habits but we have tips from sleep experts to make Sunday's clock change that much easier.
More than 30 mince pies have been taste tested by Good Housekeeping judges looking for the best on offer this Christmas, but who came out top?
'My parrot destroyed it' are among the unusual reasons drivers have given the DVLA when asking for a replacement registration certificate.
Motorists could save £700 a year by changing how they drive, say experts, who suggest more thought must now be given to environmental footprints.