A family funeral director has found a unique way to unwind and relax in his spare time.
An 87-year-old Grantham woman is selling her prized porcelain dolls after being given just months to live.
Schools took part in various activities to raise money for Sport Relief in the week running up to Friday March 13.
Ten bands played throughout the day and the event raised £585.75 for St Barnabas Hospice.
An information panel was unveiled this week to protect one of Grantham’s most iconic trees.
Thirty trees were planted on Sunday by volunteers in the Heroes Community Orchard.
If approved, the coffee shop will be open seven days a week, 5am till 11pm, north of Grantham.
The annual Grantham Music Festival got under way this week with the focus on young musical talent from schools across the area.
Hayley Chapman is a local singer who is keen to promote musicians and bands who like to write their own songs.
A couple who have parked their caravans on land near a Grantham street are calling on the council to give them a permanent home.
Issue will be raised at district council's cabinet meeting.
Youngsters across Grantham dressed up as a range of book characters for World Book Day last week.
Grantham schools and college have each put forward an inspirational young person to receive a special honour.
Stealing crisps, drug-driving and assaulting police officers land Grantham people in court.
Retirement dreams will come true for residents at this idyllic country park, our Property of the Week.
A 12-year-old schoolboy has been reunited with the ambulance crew, doctor and nurse who saved his life.
An addiction service which offers support for drug-users and alcoholics, is changing its name to combat stigma that may prevent people seeking help.
A fast food worker has become the longest serving employee at Grantham’s McDonald’s restaurant.
Plans have been revealed for a second garden at Grantham Hospital.
A disabled man is calling for more compassion to be shown to disabled drivers after he received a £100 parking fine.