An extra talk about Stamford's golden age of watchmaking has been arranged as part of it's Georgian Festival.
A restaurant which opened only this year is one of the best in the county.
The developer of a pub-conversion plan in Drift Road is still pressing ahead with the project.
The World War Two pilot was one of Britain's greatest fighter pilots.
More than 1,000 military and civilians turned up to enjoy the first Party in the Park in Cutts Close, Oakham.
Three siblings shared paper round over 11 years.
Orthodox teaching said to drive enthusiasm for sound.
James and Stefania Beech, who live in Tickencote, will trade as Radfield Homecare Stamford, Peterborough and Rutland.
The group aims to share ideas for the mutual benefit of members.
The challenges of caring for family inspired couple to launch the service.
SKDC says its Local Plan until 2036 is still on track.
Council believes web-based platform will lead to extra support for good causes.
A variety of performers from the area will perform in the fundraiser.
Town councillors were told traffic calming measures would be unlikely.
Sue says the changes to equalise the retirement age were brought in too quickly.
Members voted against the suggestion from town mayor Breda Griffin.
Campaigners against plans for affordable housing in Stamford were given a 'tip sheet' for how to object at a meeting on Wednesday.
The developer is seeking the views of nearby residents before submitting final proposals.
Experts were questioned about the existence of Collyweston Palace.
The apologies formed part of their reparations.