The council has confirmed that the Light and Life festival being hosted at Rutland Showground will not be closed down.
Two teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault following an incident in Oakham at the weekend.
The Covid-19 infection rate in Rutland is four times higher than this time last week.
Rutland's police and crime commissioner has paid a rapid visit to Oakham following days of chaos.
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A threatening note was left on woman's car while it was parked at some woods.
A community has rallied round to support a partially-sighted man after he discovered a late-night intruder in his Oakham home.
Learner drivers in Stamford, Rutland and Bourne wanting to take their practical test are facing extremely long waits for appointments.
The Neighbourhood Watch Network is warning people to be aware of a scam Covid-19 vaccine passport.
Pupils came up with the idea of supporting their local foodbank - and marked the event with a pyjama day.
Armed Forces Week (June 21 to 26) was launched on Monday with a flag-raising ceremony at South Kesteven District Council's offices.
Business owners have been forced to lock their doors amid fears of violence and anti-social behaviour.
An urgent care centre is moving to new premises next week.
A health director is hoping vaccinations will be effective against both coronavirus and flu amid fears it could be worse this winter.
Could your family host an overseas student studying at a local boarding school?
Researcher Stuart Henderson has opened the door to some of the secrets hidden within our surroundings.
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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Courtney Kruger’s half-century set Lincolnshire Premier League leaders Bourne on the way to a 38-run win over Lindum on Saturday.
Boss describes striker as the 'Teddy Sheringham' of non-league football.
Town triumph against Wittering with third consecutive win on penalties.
Deeping score injury-time winner to break Huntingdon hearts.
Striker set sights on helping to fire the Daniels towards promotion.
Stamford strongman shines in event judged by former Olympian Geoff Capes.
A ‘Trash and Treasure’ garage sale will be held in Langtoft on Sunday, June 27 from 10am to 4pm.
Sweet pea season begins on June 23 at a picturesque tourist attraction near Grantham.
Battle Proms at Burghley House will be going ahead on July 10.
Ketton novelist Will Stebbings has turned to Rutland to provide the backdrop for his sixth novel.
Movie-goers will soon be able to return to a popular film hub, as Stamford Arts Centre re-opens its cinema for public screenings.
With parents worried about spreading Covid at parties, and a no-blow candle in production, has the pandemic ended the tradition of candles on cakes?
A substantial family home is set within the highly regarded village of Thurlby is on the market.
From a church damaged by a fire-ball to a battle over a parcel of green land, find out what was happening in years gone by.
Mobile phone SIM cards, loaded with data, free calls and texts, are to be distributed with emergency food packages.
A miniature train event went down a storm with families and locomotive enthusiasts at the weekend.