Offers are being invited for a 12.28-acre section of Park Wood, near Thurlby before the May 14 deadline
Rutland Agricultural Society chairman David Wood takes over from Richard Cole as county's high sheriff
Town's foodbank gives out 75% per cent more in food, toiletries and essentials to 1,916 children and adults in last 12 months.
JT Whyles to close its Abbey Road shoe shop having served the town's customers since the 1950s
District council approves change of use of former town centre pub, closed since 2018, into five two-bedroom flats.
Grade II listed coaching inn is being restored to its former glory for autumn opening with added shop and coffee room
Rutland charity praises community support for helping them distribute food for 42,525 meals in last 12 months - up from 12,492 the previous year.
Healthwatch Rutland is carrying out the What Matters public consultation through April and May for anyone living or working in the county.
An Oakham music agency launches record shop cafe and Uppingham website business reports boom year
The forecast is positive for Oakham and Uppingham high street - for traders who have come through lockdown storm
Former solicitors transformed into family-focussed centre with shop, workshops, classes and room hire
Dr Emma Egging launches series of gruelling challenges for Trust she founded in late husband's name
Roy and Joan Goldsmith spent a year more than than 600 miles apart after first clapping eyes on each other
Alongside the lockdown closures there have been new business launches and investment in Bourne
Oakham family farm joins growing yoga trend as it prepares to reopen after a tough winter
Optimism mixed with caution is the feeling as town centre shops and businesses locked down by pandemic prepare for April 12 reopening.
Rail passengers got their strengthened and spruced up bridge back after a project which began last October
Jan Hansen hopes the 120kg 7ft chocolate helicopter will help recoup some lost income for the lifesaving county charity
Novice runner raises almost £1,500 from World Down's Syndrome Day challenge
Current plans to close Barnack Road from July 3 to mid-November with three-week break during Burghley Horse Trials