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Andrea Scholes joined the Rutland Times as a trainee reporter in 2005. Following a short break in 2014, she returned to the company as a senior reporter in July 2018, working for the Rutland & Stamford Mercury, Rutland Times and Bourne Local

Taking the stress out of mortgages

18 September 2021
Taking the stress out of mortgages

Taking the stress out of mortgages

18 September 2021

A new mortgage company is offering simple, no-nonsense advice.


"The town needs to change in order to survive.”

17 September 2021
"The town needs to change in order to survive.”

"The town needs to change in order to survive.”

17 September 2021

A new councillor hopes to protect his town's heritage and future.

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Hotel's multi-million refurbishment nears completion

16 September 2021
Hotel's multi-million refurbishment nears completion

Hotel's multi-million refurbishment nears completion

16 September 2021

An iconic hotel has been rebranded as part of a refurbishment project.


Tributes paid to a much-loved star of the stage

16 September 2021
Tributes paid to a much-loved star of the stage

Tributes paid to a much-loved star of the stage

16 September 2021

A theatre company is mourning the loss of a long-standing actor and director.


Vaccination centre is on the move

15 September 2021
Vaccination centre is on the move

Vaccination centre is on the move

15 September 2021

A Covid-19 vaccination centre will be re-located next month.


A1 lorries targeted by thieves

15 September 2021
A1 lorries targeted by thieves

A1 lorries targeted by thieves

15 September 2021

Lorries parked alongside the A1 overnight are a target for thieves.

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Flower vandal to reimburse community group

15 September 2021
Flower vandal to reimburse community group

Flower vandal to reimburse community group

15 September 2021

A man has agreed to reimburse a community group after vandalising one of its floral displays.


Star of The Chase dines out in town

14 September 2021
Star of The Chase dines out in town

Star of The Chase dines out in town

14 September 2021

Waiting staff were delighted to meet a star of The Chase during their lunchtime shift.


Appeal to support seriously injured teenager

14 September 2021
Appeal to support seriously injured teenager

Appeal to support seriously injured teenager

14 September 2021

An appeal has been launched to support a teenager who was seriously injured in a car crash.


Sunflower sale raises thousands of pounds

14 September 2021
Sunflower sale raises thousands of pounds

Sunflower sale raises thousands of pounds

14 September 2021

Proceeds from a sunflower sale will go towards a new sailing boat.


Tractor run honours villagers

13 September 2021
Tractor run honours villagers

Tractor run honours villagers

13 September 2021

A memorial tractor run chugged its way through the villages around Deeping.


Decision due on arts centre jobs

11 September 2021
Decision due on arts centre jobs

Decision due on arts centre jobs

11 September 2021

A staff re-structure at Stamford Arts Centre will be decided next week.


Skatepark fund nears its target

10 September 2021
Skatepark fund nears its target

Skatepark fund nears its target

10 September 2021

A council loan could help a skatepark group to reach its fundraising target.


BBC fishing show boosts profile of town shop

10 September 2021
BBC fishing show boosts profile of town shop

BBC fishing show boosts profile of town shop

10 September 2021

Tourists have flocked to a cheese shop after it appeared on a BBC fishing programme.


Search begins for new flag bearer

09 September 2021
Search begins for new flag bearer

Search begins for new flag bearer

09 September 2021

A standard bearer for the Royal British Legion is looking for a new recruit to take over the role.


Balloon flight ends with 999 dash

08 September 2021
Balloon flight ends with 999 dash

Balloon flight ends with 999 dash

08 September 2021

Police were called to the scene of a hot air balloon landing after an on-looker thought it had crashed.


Recognition for summer bookworms

08 September 2021
Recognition for summer bookworms

Recognition for summer bookworms

08 September 2021

Children who completed a summer reading challenge have received their certificates.


RAF to conduct night flying

07 September 2021
RAF to conduct night flying

RAF to conduct night flying

07 September 2021

RAF crews will take part in night flight training next week.


Where to catch sight of the Red Arrows

07 September 2021
Where to catch sight of the Red Arrows

Where to catch sight of the Red Arrows

07 September 2021

The Red Arrows will be flying over the area today.


Doctor faces misconduct allegations

07 September 2021
Doctor faces misconduct allegations

Doctor faces misconduct allegations

07 September 2021

A doctor is facing a misconduct hearing over allegations he took on private work while he was supposed to be working for the NHS.


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