Potential changes to constituency boundaries have received complaints from councillors and members of the public.
An award-winning author has released her second book.
A couple are celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary after meeting for the first time 64 years ago.
A planning application has been submitted that would see more than 1,500 solar panels installed on a supermarket roof if approved.
Residents at a care home have been putting their arts and craft skills to good use by recreating famous works of art.
A man has been jailed for two years after assaulting two women.
If your idea of heaven is a day spent surrounded by animals, then a petting farm has just the opportunity.
A man is climbing Everest to raise awareness of strokes - an issue close to his heart.
A woman is helping to make sporting history for her country.
A former artist is hosting an exhibition to raise money to help Ukraine and is appealing to fellow artists to make this possible.
The number of people receiving Universal Credit has stayed the same.
A group of business owners has welcomed the start of spring with a relaunch of the Shop Stamford campaign.
A dance school has been shortlisted for a national award.
An auctioneer who had his ‘lockdown locks’ chopped into a punk's mohican has raised £1,400 for Red Nose Day.
Drivers have been facing delays following an incident at a town roundabout.
About 50 campaigners against the sale of products made with rabbit fur held a protest near Rutland Water on Sunday.
Eighty-two pupils from 11 schools have taken part in a medical project.
An insurance company has entered a six-month partnership with a mental health charity.
After being postponed for two years because of covid, a production of ‘Lord of the Flies’ will finally be going ahead in July.
A woman who has dreamed of a career in cinematography since she was 14 has won an award from the Royal Television Society.