A Grantham couple are celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary this week after a TV appearance first brought them together.
Fund-raiser Rob Dixon organised the charity live music night, at the Brass & Bloom Lounge.
Residents at a Grantham care home shared their wartime memories at afternoon tea last week.
Staff from Newton House accompanied residents to The Place2bee, a men’s mental health group.
An amateur bodybuilder has come second in her first fitness competition just three weeks after contracting Covid-19.
Anne Clarke and Mary Short first met when they were 15 and now live alongside each other.
Beth Ivermee initially created ‘Lost and Found’ during lockdown last year after studying Business at Grantham College.
Irene Miller marked the special occasion on Friday, surrounded by generations of her family.
New Youth Theatre performed musical over four nights to packed audiences at the Guildhall Arts Centre.
Poplar Farm Primary School were taking part in a national speaking and listening event.
The winner of the ‘Best New Start-Up’ award has said it’s huge honour and a privilege to be recognised after only being in business for a year.
Police would like to speak to the driver of the car following the tragic incident on Five Gates Lane.
A chance meeting at North Acton underground station on the Northern Line, by two service veterans from Grantham.
A father is raising money for local families this Christmas after losing half his body weight in one year.
The ability to adapt and evolve led a sports charity to be crowned winners of the Business Innovation category at the Journal Business Awards.
A home-help, befriending and support service that encourages independence and friendship, won at this year's Journal Business Awards.
A sheep farmer is appealing for information after several pieces of farm equipment were stolen overnight.
Youngsters from Grantham Disabled Children Society took a very special trip on-board the magical train.
Large angel sculptors will be displayed in St Wulfram's Church in Grantham until next year.
More than 200 people from 36 different nations across Grantham celebrated their heritage and culture.