Police are appealing for witnesses after someone scaled a fence before attempting to break into a van.
A couple who lost their jobs over lockdown and have been shielding with a vulnerable baby have now launched their own culinary business.
A pilot has said it is a miracle he survived after the vintage fighter plane he was flying crash-landed in a field and slammed into a tree at 130mph.
Ten months ago the Nicholls family found themselves struggling after mum-of-three Rachel was admitted to a mental health unit.
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A display of celestial fireworks is expected to peak before dawn on Thursday as the Earth passes through a cloud of cometary dust,
Police have increased high-visibility patrols in a bid to reduce anti-social behaviour.
The cancellation of many sporting events did not stop a Market Deeping man completing his own Ironman Triathlon.
Health bosses estimate that a third of workers at a Newark factory, which is dealing with a coronavirus outbreak, actually live in Lincolnshire.
A mother and son have been left with 'nowhere to go' after a crash destroyed part of their home.
The Eat Out to Help Out scheme launches on Monday, August 3 and offers a discount on certain days.
An investigation is underway after a serious house fire in Market Deeping.
A group of guides, with social distancing, is set to take to the streets and delve into the town’s colourful history.
An outdoor fitness facility has been designed to help older and vulnerable people stay fit and healthy.
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A stone company has produced a video showing how beautiful Stamford's architecture is and it has received more than 2,000 hits in just four days.
A dog rescue charity and an animal lover have found themselves in a win-win situation from a lottery.
Take a trip down memory lane.
A rehoming event for hens is taking place in Collyweston this weekend.
A non-league football enthusiast has written a book about a historic football league that includes many of the area’s clubs.
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Fishing holding up well despite high temeperatures
Half centuries for Underwood and Potter in Ketton victory
Having stopped their activities with the lockdown in March, Stamford Striders have resumed running.
Grantham easily pick off target at Abbey Lawn
Rutlanders lose just two wickets on way to Leicestershire and Rutland League success
16 players compete in high temperatures
Former first-team coach appointed to new role
A Lincolnshire Police officer who started reading fantasy novels while recovering from a stroke has now written his own.
An artist is hosting an exhibition after her regular events were cancelled.
A singer from Stamford is busy promoting her second single which was released during lockdown.
Five charities will benefit from an online music event.
A socially distanced performance of The Importance of Being Earnest is set to be staged at Peterborough Cathedral Cloisters.
Our memories this week include a concert at Burghley House, and a burial near Bourne which took place without consent
Copies of the Rutland and Stamford Mercury from the mid-1800s will be on sale with Batemans auctioneers tomorrow (Saturday, August 1).
Views over open countryside and spectacular sunsets are what await the second owner of this lovely property.
Fairfax House is one of the most imposing Grade II listed detached Georgian properties in the area - and it's on the market with Briggs Residential.
Britain's oldest continuously published newspaper has an amazing archive managed by the Stamford Mercury Archive Trust.