SKDC’s car parks in Stamford and Grantham have been acknowledged for excellent safety and accessibility standards for disabled users.
The district council is looking to buy back a number of its former council houses.
People all over the district are being asked for their views on the Local Plan.
More than 1,000 children have taken part in the ninth annual Inspire+ Mini Olympics in Grantham themed around the Rio 2016 Games.
A Grantham fire crew led one person to safety following a crash on the A1 southbound carriageway yesterday.
The district council is urging householders to dispose of asbestos correctly.
The Flying Scotsman will still run through Grantham, contrary to some reports, but its timetable will be kept secret because of safety fears.
The fire at a electricity substation in Spring Gardens continues to burn this eveing as emergency services fight to contain it.
Organisers of the 2016 Colsterworth Festival of Performing Arts say they are delighted with its success.
Protesters calling for free transport for their children to county grammar schools have suffered a setback today but say they will keep fighting.
A bid by parents to get free transport for their children to Grammar schools is set to fail
One lane of the A1 had to be closed by police this morning after debris fell off a lorry.
A married couple have been fined and left with a bill of over £30,000 for dangerously turning their bed and breakfast property into rental accommodation and leaving tenants with fire, gas and electricity hazards.
Grantham solicitors have voiced their anger and sadness at the Government’s announcement today that Grantham Magistrates Court is to close this year.
Grantham Magistrates Court will close by the end of June according to reports from the Ministry of Justice.
Twenty men from Lincolnshire have contacted a charity helpline over 12 months to help stop their attraction to sexual images of children.
A well-being survey published this week says people living in South Kesteven are among the happiest in the region.
The district council would like to hear the views of residents and businesses about a proposed increase in council tax.
The district council is considering raising its council tax charge for the next financial year by more than three and a half per cent.
The former Home Secretary and Education Secretary David Blunkett was given a tour of Charles Read Academy today.