A councillor has written a letter on two recent events that “will affect our democracy”.
The Journal has been bringing news to the people of the Grantham area since 1854 - and now we are excited to announce the next stage of our evolution.
A hospice has provided an update after receiving thousands of pounds of donations from across the Grantham community.
A man caught with 59 wraps of heroin and crack-cocaine was spared jail after a court heard he was holding the drugs for others he was scared of.
A review of the Grantham Choral Society’s 60th anniversary concert.
One Journal reader has shared his views on the plans to add purple bins across the district.
“I’m having a hot flush, we need to leave!” I screeched. My Grandma laughed. I was only 13. “You don’t get those until you’re in your fifties.”
A Grantham man who made threats to kill his own young daughter has been given a suspended jail sentence.
Two people who conspired to supply cocaine and heroin in Grantham were given suspended jail sentences after turning their lives around.
A Grantham man faces a possible jail sentence after he admitted wounding another man in a pub.
A village resident has shared some recent events held there.
Firefighters were called out yesterday to deal with a refuse fire.
Firefighters were called to a village street yesterday (Saturday) to deal with a refuse fire.
A Grantham couple, in their 70s, say more beds are needed in the hospital’s dialysis unit so long trips to Lincoln can be avoided.
Four people are to face a six-week trial for their parts in an alleged long-running fraud.
A proposal for the installation of fixed line broadband in a village is among the latest plans near you.
A cocaine dealer who was jailed for over seven years after causing the hit and run death of a man has been ordered to reveal his assets by a judge.
Royal Mail has released nine new ‘everyday’ stamps featuring the portrait of King Charles with values ranging from 1p to £5.
A woman found not guilty of causing unnecessary suffering to a pony has given an emotional statement outside court.
In his latest column, Grantham MP Gareth Davies says rural life has its challenges but more is being done to protect it.