Sing-alongs and mocktails brightened up the day for residents of a Grantham are home.
The chief constable said that officers had yet to issue any on-the-spot fines to people ignoring government guidelines on social distancing.
A live rehearsal on social media will keep choir members connected - and the wider public is invited to take part, too.
Thousands of daffodils and crocuses have sprung up all around Grantham.
Coming together in extraordinary times
A supermarket chain has announced it is lifting temporary restrictions on many of its products as stock availability has now improved.
A Grantham secondary school have delivered more than 100 pairs of safety goggles to Grantham Hospital.
The ISS will be passing over this week and is expected to be very bright
The latest figures show 78 people have been tested positive for coronavirus in Lincolnshire.
Two fire crews were sent to tackle a blaze at a shop in Grantham yesterday.
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Schools took part in various activities to raise money for Sport Relief in the week running up to Friday March 13.
Ten bands played throughout the day and the event raised £585.75 for St Barnabas Hospice.
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A trio of Cliffedale Chandlers table tennis players have done the league double.
Kesteven Ladies finished their first league season with a well-deserved victory against local rivals last Sunday.
Grantham Town will avoid relegation this season after the Northern Premier League was expunged.
Sport in Grantham is now thin on the ground following the latest social distancing information and general corona health advice.
Kesteven Rugby Club thought they deserved more from a return match that served up a thrilling treat.
Harrowby United manager is disapppointed by team's performance at Bourne Town.
Northern Premier League follows suit with other leagues in suspending the season due to Covid-19.
The Savoy Cinema plans to remain open, despite film distributors delaying multiple releases.
Two more significant events in the Grantham calendar have been affected by the virus outbreak.
The annual Grantham Music Festival got under way this week with the focus on young musical talent from schools across the area.
Grantham Music Club's final concert of its season will feature two members of the multi-talented Kanneh-Mason family.
This week's Memory Lane takes in Belton House in the 1920s, a 1970s road race in town, and the demise of steam locomotion in the late 1960s.
Access to Belton House's gardens and parkland will be free from Saturday March 21.
Police in Grantham have thanked the public for their help in the search for a missing elderly man.
This week's wander down Memory Lane includes a look back to St Peter's Hill before the war.
Trio of photographs show the halcyon days of Ruston and Hornsby of Grantham, plus the town fire brigade's first steam fire tender.