Town hall trust planning series of events to mark 200th anniversary in the autumn
Independent councillor Jeff Dale elected as new Rutland County Council chairman among several changes to key personnel.
Webcam reveals magic moments as Maya welcomes her 10th brood of osprey chicks
Folk singer-songwriter Steve Somers' life in music - from winning New Faces and touring with Johnny Cash to landing in the Middle East at gunpoint
Rutland county councillor Adam Lowe donates April allowances as he looks to raise £3,500 for two county charities
The resurgence of vinyl records has persuaded a music-obsessed family to open a new independent record shop in Oakham
Rutland artist Lucy Cade, who took a break from art to bring up her family, returns with her debut solo exhibition of portrait paintings next week
Leicester star wins snooker's biggest prize once again with cue supplied by Stamford Cuemakers 15 years ago.
Chief constable Chris Haward urges social media users not to spread speculation 'undermining public confidence' in force.
Former Army PTI instructor Frank McEwan defies gruelling chemotherapy as he nears halfway mark in epic fundraiser for cancer charity.
Stamford antiques shop owner believes 'neglected' Cheyne Lane businesses will suffer without help
Rutland County Council looks at changes to children’s services, transport, and libraries in Budget Plan to cut deficit left by Govt funding shortfall.
Deadline for six-year project and 100-mile running charity challenge for Rutland Foodbank awaits Stephen Lambert in May.
The former Donald's dealership on West Street is to reopen as Sycamore Stamford in June after a major revamp
Salon owner Kirsty Woods defies challenges of lockdown and parenthood and expands her 12-year business
Employment tribunal finds agency managing director 'violated dignity' of Aggie Kownacka after diagnosis and treatment for cancer
Tickets on sale for author's June online talk as Earl discusses The White Ship.
Bourne Dimension Skatepark group will lose crucial £100,000 Sport England grant if total costs not met by October 1
A fifth attempt to develop a meadow next to 18th-century Top Lodge farmhouse raises ecological and access concerns
Offers are being invited for a 12.28-acre section of Park Wood, near Thurlby before the May 14 deadline