A planning application submitted to the district council seeks to change the use of an empty shop.
Possession of a knife, stealing a safe and drink-driving are among charges faced by Grantham people recently.
A woman who was hit by part of the ceiling says she does not think proper health a safety procedures were followed by the management.
A community has rallied round after a large amount of lead was stolen from a village church.
Fund-raisers took part in the event in the grounds of the National Trust property, raising the issue of homelessness.
A group of work colleagues trekked a staggering 100,000 steps each in one day in a bid to raise funds for a children’s cancer ward.
When Lyndsey Young launched The Friendly Bench to help tackle loneliness, it quickly became an integral part of community life.
An Irish company has applied to the county council to update the planning conditions for the old quarry off Rookery Lane in Sudbrook.
Kevin Wallace won his bout on an emotional evening to raise money for a Cancer Research.
A glider pilot has marked half a century of flying by taking to the skies in the same model of aircraft he first flew solo 50 years ago.
A popular independent jewellery store unveiled its new look at the opening of its new premises on Saturday.
Residents who have been without heating and hot water for nearly three years are to receive a “substantial” compensation payout.
Vandals have ruined the spirit of Christmas after cutting cables to festive lights at houses in Grantham.
Residents call for action to stop vehicles churning up grass outside Tesco store
Driving without insurance, using threatening behaviour and possession of a hunting knife were among charges faced by Grantham area people in court.
Around 200 people took part in a fun run through two of Grantham's parks at the weekend.
Hundreds of festive visitors were treated to a spectacular display at St Wulfram's Church Christmas tree festival.
Festivities moved to Saturday to boost trade throughout the town
A blind woman from Grantham has won a national shooting competition.
The next 12 months has never looked so positive for Grantham-based care business, Farrow Friends.