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.
The partner of Garry Tumber, the motorcyclist who died following a road traffic collision in Colsterworth on September 29, has paid a moving tribute to him.
A man has died following a road traffic collision on the B6403, Bridge End, Colsterworth, at 2.50pm yesterday (September 29).
A member of the public has been given an on the spot fine of £75 for dropping a cigarette end on a South Kesteven street.
The county council says it is preparing for an influx of refugees after the Government announced it would allow 20,000 Syrians to settle in the UK.
Bourne firefighters attended an incident in Morton yesterday morning.
Chantry Dance Company brings two original ballets to Grantham and Stamford next month, one based on the life of the genius artist Vincent Van Gogh, and the other on Mozart’s famous serenade ‘Eine Kleine Nachtmusik’.
The district has launched a new website designed to allow residents to find information and access council services quicker and easier than ever before.
A man from Uppingham who had been missing since Tuesday was found yesterday afternoon.
An Uppingham man has been reported missing since Tuesday.
Two solicitors in Grantham have condemned plans by the Ministry of Justice to close the town’s magistrates’ court.
A fire severely damaged a bedroom last night at a house in Bourne.
The district council is helping people who own their own homes to pay for crucial repairs with a grant.
Firefighters were called to a lorry fire on the A1 this morning at Colsterworth.
Visitors crowded the Market Place in Corby Glen on Sunday to take part in the village’s most successful Big Lunch event yet.
Planned strike action on the East Coast rail line this bank holiday Monday has been suspended and Vigin East Coast services will continue as normal.