There are big changes taking place for takeaways, restaurants and other food vendors with a long awaited ban on single-use plastic coming into force.
Schools across the county are being encouraged to join in a campaign to help children ditch the tech and discover the magic of pen pals.
Stealing wine and meat and using threatening behaviour were among the charges put to defendants.
At four-years-old, Lucy Crossby's love for knitting began, and since then it has grew and eventually led to her owning her own yarn shop in Grantham.
Eleven Royal Mail workers from Grantham teamed up for Newark Dragon Boat Festival to help two charities.
The Little Gonerby Infant School is embarking on an exciting future as plans have been approved for it to become a primary school.
A metal fabricators company in Grantham has created a bench in tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, which they hope will be placed in St Peter's Hill.
Three generations of a Grantham family queued for 14 hours to visit the Queen lying in state last week.
A proposal to remove the glazed roof at The George Shopping Centre is among the latest plans near you.
A seven-year-old has completed a 20-mile bike ride to raise money for charity.
A man who ran 10km a day for 70 days for charity was rushed to hospital just hours after completing the challenge, but is now recovering at home.
A Grantham man is raising money to buy two tennis wheelchairs for his wife and son, so they can have their own when playing the sport.
Defendants have appeared before magistrates accused of theft, assault and drink driving.
An incredible £20,000 has been raised for a hospital room in memory of a premature baby girl.
A Grantham duo's film has just won an award at the 2022 IndieX Film Fest Annual Awards in Hollywood.
As a special tribute to the Queen, a Grantham artist has produced prints in her memory.
Queen Elizabeth II never paid an official visit to the town of Grantham but made a number of visits nearby RAF Cranwell.
A new beauty and wellness business has opened on the Grantham High Street with a downstairs gym.
A Grantham grammar school should favour local children over those living elsewhere, a reader writes.
The Festival of the Horse brought a spectacle of equestrian entertainment to Belvoir Castle over the weekend.