Column by Charmaine Morgan
School creating an outdoor learning area
Trev's Tribe raise £2,000 at St Barnabas Colour Dash
Lincolnshire Police have received reports of elderly people being targeted by fraudsters impersonating police officers.
Clare and Shanie look to the future after Manchester attack
Academy's first Joules sale is bustling
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were not the only couple to say "I do" last weekend.
Figures revealed at event hosted by police and crime commissioner
A 98-year-old Grantham war veteran was awarded her veteran pin badge at a moving ceremony on Friday.
Award success for PayPlan
Grantham's tennis club is voted the best in the county.
Grantham RC foursome help to raise village hall funds by running the race.
Kesteven sent two teams to the finals at Milton Keynes, with the under-14s reaching the semi-finals stage.
Peter finished in main bunch after 13 ascents of cobbled climb in Premier Calendar latest.
President Mike signs off after 20 years as club celebrates end of season.
Young Cliffedale Chandlers player represents the East Midlands at finals competition.
Belvoir first team dominates in nine set victory over Leicestershire team.
Grantham Town's Gingerbread bar was full to celebrate the team's season on Saturday night.
Blue Owl Art Gallery's new exhibition will feature mainly tennis and cycling related artwork.
Around 300 adults and children expected to join the second Great British Dog Walk on Sunday 17 June.
Shakespeare in the Park returns this summer
Classical quartet will perform in village church as part of Music in Quiet Places series of concerts.
The Art Room, at Belton Garden Centre has closed due to planned redevelopment at the site.
The family of a young girl, who was born unable to swallow, will hold a fund-raising ball to raise awareness of her extremely rare condition.
A police helicopter was used after police received a report that a man was in possession of a weapon just after 8pm last night.
Pupils at an additional needs school have been learning about the life cycle of hens with the arrival of six new chicks.
Grantham bids farewell to Harry Thomas, who passed away last month, aged 84.
The Grantham Journal’s photographer captured this scene (above) of the aftermath of a collision between a Co-op coal lorry and another truck from Peterborough, back in 1955.