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A council has renewed its commitments to protecting its food production industry when considering plans for solar farms.
A moving ceremony highlighted how ‘one day’ can make a big difference in people’s lives.
A police case has been dropped after a man thought to have behaved suspiciously was found to be a taxi driver.
A council approved a budget of £1.3m to demolish the former Stamford Cummins site to allow a new development to begin.
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Lincolnshire’s policing tax will increase for certain properties, according to the latest announcement by the police and crime commissioner.
Campaigners for a flyover over a dangerous junction on the A1 have met with MP Shailesh Vara (Con) to prepare their case for Government funding.
Youngsters from the Rutland and Stamford area are learning about sound thanks to an extraordinary instrument.
A rare chance has arisen to buy a piece of Stamford's history.
A primary school has got a new assistance dog.
A choir has sang its praises to a hospice by donating more than £600.
Plans to lay new cobbles in Stamford have left councillors feeling angry as their views were ignored.
People are being urged to report arson attacks to police after a spate of fires started Stamford.
A butterfly which has been extinct for 40 years has been reintroduced right on our doorsteps.
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Prolific goal-getter will strengthen Stamford's attacking options for promotion push.
Rangers looking to record fifth successive league victory.
Injuries and availability issues have stalled Blackstones' progress.
Deeping teams continue to go from strength-to-strength.
O'Berg blasts early goal as Uppingham win at Wittering.
Swales saves early penalty to frustrate Harrowby.
Lions hoping for a change of luck after horrendous season.
An arts project could win £100,000 after being named as one of the best in the country for its role in the community.
A short film about HIV testing has been developed by a Rutland director.
A Stamford band has emerged from the pandemic with a new musical direction after covid restrictions kept them apart for almost 18 months.
A celebrity patron guaranteed to bring the glitz and the glam has declared his support to a hospital trust's charity.
A well-known church organist has retired, bringing her family’s 90-year musical connection with the area to a close.
With household bills rising a new Which? report suggests broadband and TV customers can save up to £200 and here's how:
Parents need balance and time to protect their own mental health after two difficult years say those behind the UK's first Parent Mental Health Day.
A collection of coins remastering portraits of historic monarchs will be released with Henry VII the first to be honoured, the Royal Mint has said.
You can help wildlife by looking out of your window for an hour this weekend, with the annual garden birds survey, the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch.
With the cost of living soaring how is it best to raise the subject of a pay rise so that you can take home a little more money each month?