Anyone who wants to start up their own company would do well to follow the excellent example of Rocket Print and Promotions, crowned Business of the Year at the Grantham Journal Business Awards.
Sixty years on, 81-year-old Greta Darman still remembers the wedding bouquet her husband, florist David, created especially for her.
Tributes have been paid to a 25-year-old biker killed on the A52 last week, who was forging a promising career and was poised to propose to his girlfriend and settle down in Grantham.
Villagers have come up with an innovative idea to convert a disused telephone box into a community book swap, but may need to pay nearly £200 simply to find out whether or not they need planning permission.
A staggering £106,250 has been raised so far in a community campaign to buy their beloved local pub.
Following their mother’s success in reopening Leadenham Post Office, two sisters have joined her to create a tea shop and florists, resulting in three flourishing businesses at the heart of the village.
For anyone that has enjoyed the delicious food and excellent service on offer at The Cakehole in Barrowby, it will come as no surprise that they won the Great Taste Award at the Grantham Journal Business Awards.
Lincolnshire County Council has revealed that it intends to put the former site of The Aveland High School in Billingborough on the market for development, after securing outline permission for housing earlier this year.
The demolition of former police houses on Stonebridge Road this weekend, will mark the start of Grantham College’s £52 million redevelopment.
In their day jobs they are there for people going through trying times, but on Sunday five British Red Cross employees decided to put themselves under pressure and take on the Tough Mudder challenge.
Helicopter patrols and a police investigation are underway to determine whether a firearm being shot at an electricity component is behind power cuts to around 8,000 customers during the past week.
Demonstrating that disability is no barrier - and neither are 10ft walls and ice cold torrents - determined Dan Metcalfe-Hall completed the Tough Mudder course in his wheelchair this weekend, alongside an 11-strong team of friends.
Not only is Tom Simmonds a successful Grantham businessman, he is a passionate advocate for the town.
As the popularity of the Great British Bake Off has proved, we are a nation of cake lovers, and now avid bakers in the Grantham area are being asked to show off their finesse with flour and help raise some dough for The Fire Fighters Charity.
The owner of The Ropsley Fox is once again applying for permission to convert the pub into dwellings, in amended plans that also propose keeping part of the building as a community facility.
A mother who took her daughter to feed the ducks at Grantham Canal last week was shocked to discover this pile of rubbish dumped near Trent Road.
Motorists driving past Great Ponton and Barrowby on the A1 this week may have noticed that the fixed point speed cameras have gone and been replaced with eight yellow average speed cameras.
School trips are often fun for youngsters, but few are as exciting as the one which two 11-year-old pupils of the Grantham Preparatory International School are about to embark upon.
There was an air of excited anticipation in the Guildhall last night, as the curtain rose on the East Midlands amateur premiere of hit comedy ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’.
Extensions given to the applicant of a quarry south of Denton, have ‘served only to prolong the levels of anxiety’, say campaigners.