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The driver of a car involved in a collision with a lorry was able to get out of his vehicle with the help of firefighters this afternoon.
A Met Office weather warning for heavy rain and possible flooding in the Grantham area has been upgraded from a yellow to amber alert.
A bus company says it is doing a "tremendous amount of work" to keep staff and customers safe after a number of its staff tested positive for Covid.
Police are appealing for information after eggs were thrown at a village property in the early hours of this morning.
NHS England reported 15 more hospital deaths from Covid-19 at United Lincolnshire Hospital Trust over the weekend.
The Met Office has issued a Yellow weather warning with three days of rain ahead.
A Lateral Flow Device (LFD) testing pilot has been rolled out at leading food company Moy Park.
A pub has been closed and its owners, staff and four customers fined after it broke lockdown laws by serving alcohol on the premises.
There have been calls for urgent action following another arson attack on a former social club in Grantham.
A police officer has slammed urban explorers after they were caught travelling to Grantham Hospital to look around a derelict part of the site
A gym in Grantham is determined to help keep people fit during lockdown in the battle against Covid-19.
Grantham College business manager says Covid does not mean the opportunity to find out about courses has been lost.
Staff at a village preschool near Grantham are feeling positive ahead of 2021.
A council has been told to pay more than £2,000 to a mother after failing to provide a “suitable education” for her daughter.
Lincolnshire County Council have announced that schools are set to receive extra funding.
In a letter to the Journal, a Grantham councillor asks why the council cannot spend money on a much-needed community centre.
Grantham MP Gareth Davies says the Covid vaccination programme is a genuine success story that should make us all proud to be British.
The district council plans to raise its share of council tax and is asking residents and businesses to have their say.