The county council has recently highlighted itself as nothing short of a committee out of touch with its residents, says student Callum Sutton.
The cars were set alight in the early hours of this morning outside council flats in Sandon Road, Grantham.
Fourteen ready-made council houses are being craned into place in Grantham this week to help meet the demand for affordable housing.
Grantham Jobcentre have suggested six areas where you may be eligible for universal credit.
Staff at Grantham College have pledged to give up something they love for 100 days to raise funds for a ‘magic’ sensory carpet.
Two fire crews were called to the incident at Egglestone House on Sandon Road at 1.30am.
Two fire crews attended the incident in Sandon Road in the early hours of this morning.
Morrisons is axing 3,000 management jobs as part of a restructuring process.
It’s been an exciting few months for Debbie Rogers from The Boutique on Guildhall Street, Grantham.
The Duchess of Rutland appeared on Good Morning Britain yesterday to discuss the new McDonald’s restaurant set to be built near Oakham.
Officers in Grantham have issued a warning to residents following a number of outbuilding break-ins in Grantham.
In Lincolnshire the number of recorded violent crimes have increased from 12,325 to 21,447, new figures reveal.
South Kesteven District Council has confirmed it will pay for the life-saving machines to be installed in town centre locations.
Bosses say there are “no plans” to return Grantham A&E to a 24/7 service until a public consultation on the future of hospital services is complete.
Lincolnshire hospital bosses have lodged a bid to extend Lincoln’s emergency department in an effort to ease 'significant pressures' on the service.
Pupils at Walton Academy welcomed representatives from ShelterBox.
A CCTV parking enforcement scheme has been scrapped and will be replaced by additional foot patrols, said the county council.
Planning committee members discussed the change of use of a house to a residential children’s home for up to four children in Ropsley.
Home Office says increased funding will go towards things like recruitment of the first 6,000 of the 20,000 officers the Prime Minister has promised.
South Kesteven District Council's consultation starts today and will run for three weeks.