The Funny World Of Stand-Up Comedy 4 Kids, Ralph McTell’s Hill Of Beans Tour and performances by the English Youth Ballet are on stage.
Adrian Long was driving on the southbound carriageway of the A1 when he came across the lorry police had just stopped going the wrong way.
Plans to build a £2.1m extension to a sports and leisure centre have been approved.
A wallaby has been spotted close to a level crossing in Rutland.
Check out this list of fireworks displays for the best bonfires and cheapest prices!
Councillors have had to 'reluctantly' approve a controversial housing scheme.
County Councillors meet next week to discuss finding a successor to departed chief executive Keith Ireland.
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Enjoy an afternoon of swashbuckling verse, jaunty music and gallows humour at Stamford Arts Centre on Wednesday, October 23.
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Pupils at a primary school have produced posters to discourage dog fouling on the Elsea Park development in Bourne.
District councillors told the planning committee meeting the development should go south of the bypass
An artefact found during a metal detector rally is to go on show in Oakham
A mum is working to support students with mental health problems following the loss of her daughter.
Helpston Harrier selected for Masters team to compete in Five Nations event.
Dynamo's determined defensive display keeps free-scoring Stones at bay.
Bourne Deeping goalscorer suffers head injury while toasting jubilant strike partner's double hat-trick.
Table-topping Uppingham are hit for six by Netherton United.
Victory double for Rippingale & Folkingham; Dowell produces another four-midable goalscoring display for Bels.
Lions make amends for losing to ICA last season with home victory.
Her winning streak came to an end this week but Stamford woman Marianne Rawlins avoided being in the firing line on BBC One’s The Apprentice.
A sanctuary for exotic animals and native wildlife in Deeping St james will open its doors to visitors on Sunday.
Rutland Morris will be out and about in Rutland and Northamptonshire on Saturday to mark the end of their year.
New exhibition looks at village schools in Rutland from the Victorian era to the 1920s.
Estate agent James Sellicks has a stunning barn conversion in Manton on the market.
Full steam ahead for a 1940s day at preserved railway on Saturday