Our Property of the Week could easily be adapted to create additional annexe accommodation.
Kind-hearted residents from Grantham and far and wide have raised thousands of pounds for charity by saving just 10 pence a day for nearly one year.
Business leader welcomes parking review but wants proper consultation.
It’s been a busy few years for Grantham’s ‘Businessperson of the Year’ James Edmonds, at The Garage Door Company.
This year a new law comes into being which means people living in England will need to opt out of donating their organs.
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.
Staff at Grantham College have pledged to give up something they love for 100 days to raise funds for a ‘magic’ sensory carpet.
South Kesteven District Council has confirmed it will pay for the life-saving machines to be installed in town centre locations.
A 23-year-old man has been left too scared to leave his home after he was attacked by three men in Grantham on Saturday night.
An application to convert an office building on South Parade to create two flats and six houses has been submitted.
Larkfleet homes wants to build a housing estate next to a village fire station.
Colleagues at a Grantham foodservice supplier have raised thousands of pounds for a number of local charities.
A South Witham resident has branded the village's pothole-ridden roads as "a disgrace".
Planning committee members discussed the change of use of a house to a residential children’s home for up to four children in Ropsley.
A small Grantham business owner has raised £1,500 for an Australian bushfire appeal.
It’s been an exciting few months for Debbie Rogers from The Boutique on Guildhall Street, Grantham.
Major Peake visited Woolsthorpe Manor to plant a ‘space sapling’ grown from one of a number of seeds which were launched into space.
The volunteers raised the money over the past year with coffee mornings, golf days and other events.
The Local Plan pinpoints the main locations where thousands of houses will be built from now until the year 2036.