A man has pleaded guilty to operating a waste site illegally.
St Wulfram’s will mark Mental Health Awareness Week with an Open Gardens afternoon at Grantham House next week.
Hundreds of tonnes of household food waste has been used to produce biogas in a trial.
The apple tree at Woolsthorpe Manor, which inspired Isaac Newton's theory of gravity, has been dedicated to The Queen for her Platinum Jubilee.
A robotics and automation machinery company is now using scrap metal to make ornaments and metal products.
A poultry farm that will house more than 300,000 chickens has been approved despite residents’ fears about the smell.
Major changes for street lighting on new developments, which will effectively remove highway lighting, are to be brought in by the county council.
The Grantham Canal Society has been chosen by the Co-op Local Community Fund as one of the good causes it is supporting this year.
A major habitat creation and stewardship project has seen the return of several species of rare birds.
The council are investigating a village site after several caravans arrived there, as well as hardstanding.
Volunteers completed their 112th river clean up over the weekend.
Objections have been raised over a retrospective planning application for Saltby Airfield.
After an absence of two years due to the coronavirus pandemic, Kirkby Underwood will again host its Spring Open Gardens in May.
Members of Gonerby Hill Foot Women's Institute have planted a tree to commemorate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
An environmental company based in Grantham has been nominated for two awards in a national competition.