Feathers are most certainly ruffled in a Rutland village where plans have been approved to build a rearing shed for 80,000 chickens.
Between 20 and 30 suspected migrants jumped off a lorry on the A606 at Empingham last night (Thursday, August 6).
The leader of Lincolnshire County Council is still calling for more funding and powers to help tackle the impact of coronavirus on the rural economy.
The leader of South Kesteven District Council has apologised after being photographed with his arms around friends.
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From cinemas to massage parlours - face covering becomes mandatory almost everywhere.
A former town mayor who plays an integral role in the community has celebrated her 90th birthday.
Police called to a row between a couple on the beach were kicked and spat on by a mum-of-two.
A mayor took off his livery chains and immersed himself in a rugby training session to see its importance in the town.
A mother has been left devastated after ornaments and flowers were taken from her son's grave.
A town store is set to be saved in a financial restructuring exercise which has preserved over 2,200 jobs.
A council-owned economic regeneration company has "streamlined" its management team to save money and refocus.
With hot weather arriving from tomorrow (August 7), Public Health England (PHE) has issued advice for staying safe.
Sunday lunches are set to be dished out in Bourne Corn Exchange in a bid to boost the economy.
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Here is a handy list of face covering options people have to choose from as they become mandatory in shops from July 24.
With face coverings in shops about to become mandatory we take a look at what the new rules mean for children and teenagers.
This is how to get half-price meals every Monday to Wednesday during August
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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The organisers of the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials are organising an online event to mark the weekend when the trials should have taken place.
Bowlers eagerly awaiting their return to indoor action after pandemic.
Narrow one-goal defeat for the Daniels who had been hit for six 12 months earlier.
League One side edge close contest in private clash behind closed doors.
Private football academy offers opportunities for day students.
Former Oakham pupil collects his 500th Test wicket in victory against the West Indies.
Top scorer re-signs and popular players return to the club.
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.