Eligible patients in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are being invited to book a Covid-19 vaccine as soon as possible for this week.
Two secondary schools have announced they will be remaining closed tomorrow (January 26) as a result of the snow.
Police officers have attended a hare coursing report after a farmer spotted suspicious activity in a field.
The Stamford Mid-Lent Fair has been cancelled for a second year in a row due to efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
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Drivers were stuck at Tallington level crossing for an hour this morning because of a barrier failure.
The number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 recorded in Ketton ward has risen by more than 30 in the past two weeks.
A pupil has called on the education secretary to ensure the grading of A-Level examinations is done fairly.
Police have closed the A605 near Elton.
An amateur drone photographer has captured photos of Stamford from the air after yesterday's snowfall.
The colourful life of 17th-century dwarf Jeffrey Hudson is the inspiration for historical novel's central character
A student, who has faced an unconventional first year at university, believes it's 'questionable' to pay full-price while learning is impacted.
The Rutland & Stamford Mercury has been inundated with photos from readers after yesterday's snowfall.
A group of Bourne residents passionate about the town’s history are encouraging people to join their campaign to save a bridge.
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A dog rescue charity and an animal lover have found themselves in a win-win situation from a lottery.
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A rehoming event for hens is taking place in Collyweston this weekend.
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A former professional goalkeeper is hoping to kick-off a new career as an outfield player.
Oakham youngsters receive backing from lifesaving service.
Stamford College take part in nationwide initiative.
Manager Drury 'blown away' by the response to Trophy tie initiative.
The Daniels have paid tribute to prominent businessman Vic Couzens, who has passed away.
Five-times Premier Division title winner chooses the best players he has faced.
Terrific run is ended as Drury rues lack of creativity for his free-scoring side.
Arts for Rutland 'open the door' to entries for youth art exhibition
Barnsdale Gardens in Rutland is set to appear on a TV programme.
Keep the festive sparkle going post-Christmas with a visit to the outdoor illuminated trail at the National Trust’s beautiful Belton House.
A musician needs public votes to help him win a trip to Paris.
Actors are set to bring festive cheer with an annual revue.
An individually designed, substantial detached property which is appointed to a high standard throughout, is on the market with Murray estate agents.
Travel Counsellor Emma Savage, based in Wittering, shares her travel news in her regular column.
For those with a dodgy internet connection, video calls and the ‘uploads and downloads’ of modern business are an utter curse.
A campaign has been launched to make a 94-year-old steam locomotive a permanent resident of Rutland.
Rutland Cottage in Oakham is on the market with Newton Fallowell.