Go Grantham is consulting with businesses as it builds up support for a business improvement district (BID).
A fund-raising event which has raised thousands of pounds for a hospice in Lincoln is coming to Grantham.
A 24-hour gym may be set to open in the former Designer Fabric Warehouse premises in Grantham.
Ambitious plans to significantly grow the original cinema and leisure complex scheme for Grantham were announced yesterday (Thursday).
Thirteen horses have been tethered to chains in a field belonging to a Grantham firm, by a family of travellers.
“You always have to be on your guard,” said an elderly woman this week, as police highlighted two further attempts by phone scammers to con money from vulnerable people in the Grantham area.
A dramatic drop in trade has led a Grantham businessman to call for better planning at next year’s Mid-Lent Fair.
If you haven’t yet been to one of the Funhouse Comedy gigs in Grantham, you don’t know what you’re missing.
St Wulfram’s Church has been transformed into a winter wonderland, complete with 105 Christmas trees and ‘ice’ skating rink.
A “callous” thief has stolen treasured items from graves in Great Gonerby, prompting a call for compassion from police.
Thursday (November 26) will be the first anniversary of M&S’s return to Grantham, the end of a prosperous year for the Simply Food store.
An employee of Environcom has got behind the firm’s bid to raise money to install a life-saving automatic external defibrillator (AED).
Christmas on the Green really will go off with a bang this year, as a pyrotechnic display will give a little more sizzle to the switching on of the Christmas lights.
Two years after the district council announced it would cut all funding towards Grantham’s three key community events, it has agreed to put up a pot of £10,000.
She may not have been crowned Inspirational Woman of the Year, but Sue Burton feels “totally privileged” to have been considered.
A bereaved mother from Grantham has been shortlisted for the Lorraine Kelly Inspirational Woman of the Year Award, after being nominated by the mother of the boy who received her son’s heart.
Come next spring, Grantham will be brighter and more colourful than ever, thanks to the green-fingered Grantham Sunrise Rotary Club.
Without the generosity of the people of Grantham, a fairytale trip to Disneyland Paris for a group of deserving families would not have been possible.
A striking wooden storyteller chair will be a lasting reminder of a much loved and respected teaching assistant at a Grantham infant school.
A shocked driver involved in a collision with a teenage girl this week is leading calls for improved safety measures on that stretch of road.