Pubs have been rewarded for their efforts during the coronavirus pandemic.
Three catalytic converters have been stolen from parked cars.
A missing dog has turned up after more than a year - 80 miles from home.
Two hundred community heroes will receive a certificate for their efforts during the pandemic.
A lottery grant will cover the remaining costs of a restoration project.
A council leader has urged the public to be patient as the government coordinates a roll out of the approved coronavirus vaccine.
Police have urged people to stick to the Tier 3 restrictions.
A development grant helped an arable farm to diversify its business.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of burglary and assault.
A scout group has launched a £1m appeal to build a new headquarters.
Inventor Colin Furze is set to appear on children's television.
A mum and daughter have been flooded with offers to help them make treasured memories together.
A police officer has issued advice in response to reports about rogue traders.
A nurse has spoken about the impact of Covid-19 on her work at a hospice.
Rutland leaders have given their views on the county facing Tier 2 restrictions next week.
The future of a village pub rests on planning permission being granted for work carried out to make the venue Covid-safe.
A council is offering up to two hours of free parking during December to attract shoppers.
Plans to build 31 homes on a green space in Stamford have been rejected for a second time.
Teachers are growing moustaches in support of the Movember campaign.
Festive floral displays are on show around Stamford town centre.