A long-standing church warden has been recognised in the Queen’s New Year Honours List 2020.
Here is a look at the top stories read on the Grantham Journal website last year.
Plans for the farm at Great Ponton are recommended for approval by council officers.
A couple from Grantham had a very early start on Christmas Day after travelling to Sandringham to greet the Queen and family.
Hundreds of Belvoir Hunt supporters and anti-hunt protesters mingled in Grantham for the traditional Boxing Day meet.
A woman who was paralysed after suffering a blood clot has received a generous donation to help her adapt her new home.
A teenager has donated bags of items and gifts for cancer patients at Grantham Hospital.
The Alzheimer's Society and Dementia UK have criticised the care available to people diagnosed with dementia.
A teenage cancer patient has rung a special bell to mark the end of months of gruelling treatment in hospital.
Schoolchildren have been spreading plenty of festive cheer in the community.
Review: Bright, colourful lights and festive music make for a great Christmas trip out.
It’s exciting times for MicroCapture, a small, local business that produces unique scents for consumer products.
A councillor has donated £1,000 to Grantham Foodbank to help the organisation through the next few weeks.
Councillors have refused planning approval for a home extension which has already been built.
Ann Bentham has worked at Folkingham Shop in the Market Place, Folkingham, since 1992.
The Mayor of Grantham will attend this year's traditional Belvoir Hunt meet on Boxing Day but not in an official capacity.
Two much-loved and respected primary school teaching assistants are retiring after a combined service of 51 years.
The couple are hoping to get married in February.
A club formed three years ago is helping people in their older years to make friends after moving to the area from abroad.
Eight fire appliances were called out to the blaze which severely destroyed a unit which its owner hopes to rebuild.