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Police are investigating after a teenager was assaulted in town at the weekend.
Protestors against a solar farm have released an aerial video revealing the huge scale of the proposed scheme.
Concerns have been expressed after an unfamiliar substance appeared in a town river.
The discovery of an enormous ‘sea dragon’ at Rutland Water has caused excitement at a primary school.
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A joey that escaped from a petting farm has been captured and returned unharmed.
An incident caused delays on the roads near Stamford yesterday.
A well-known church organist has retired, bringing her family’s 90-year musical connection with the area to a close.
The Friday tours of Stamford Town Hall will resume on February 25.
Work is now underway to improve a village community hub.
Three Counties Dog Rescue in Bourne is looking for a home for Roxi.
A town company is making inroads in the United States and has announced ambitious plans to further expand its reach across the Atlantic.
Baston animal expert Karen Wild discusses awkward dog behaviour and how to stop it.
Plans to build a large solar park, which cover an area equivalent to 15,337 parked cars, have been given the green light.
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Late goal treble earns Deeping a fourth successive league win.
Series of setbacks in bid to secure top five finish.
Stamford side are now unbeaten in seven league games.
Girls produce one of their best performances of the season to defeat Lincoln.
Uppingham now have a five-point advantage at the top of the Premier Division table.
Deeping take pole position after victory over Casterton.
Players past and present join both teams in a minute silence for Martyn.
Looking for somewhere to blow off the cobwebs this winter? Look no further.
A new book takes an in-depth look at how Stamford has let its hair down through the ages and traces the origins of one our most popular fairs.
A new information service for visitors to Stamford will be up and running in time for Easter following the closure of the tourist information centre.
A recently renovated cottage with beautiful gardens has gone on the market.
The panic buying of candles, a sewage pumping station exploding and ruffians being hit with whip.
Discovering you descend from a long line of French aristocrats sounds like the stuff of BBC One’s ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’
A new 50p coin to celebrate The Queen's Platinum Jubilee is to enter circulation and here's how you can get your hands on one.