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Polling stations look set to open on December 12

30 October 2019
Polling stations look set to open on December 12

Polling stations look set to open on December 12

30 October 2019

A General Election is now on the cards before Christmas.


Customers are already 'Lovin it' at the new McDonald's on the A1 at Colsterworth

30 October 2019
Customers are already 'Lovin it' at the new McDonald's on the A1 at Colsterworth

Customers are already 'Lovin it' at the new McDonald's on the A1 at Colsterworth

30 October 2019

A fast food giant has opened to motorists on the A1 between Stamford and Grantham.


Bid for 'village green' status at site of proposed housing scheme

29 October 2019
Bid for 'village green' status at site of proposed housing scheme

Bid for 'village green' status at site of proposed housing scheme

29 October 2019

Residents have made a move which they hope will save riverside meadow from development.


Hays Travel opens up at former Thomas Cook in Stamford

28 October 2019
Hays Travel opens up at former Thomas Cook in Stamford

Hays Travel opens up at former Thomas Cook in Stamford

28 October 2019

A major travel operator has taken over the high street premises of a former rival just weeks after it ceased trading


Stamford standpipes to go in bid to cut water usage

28 October 2019
Stamford standpipes to go in bid to cut water usage

Stamford standpipes to go in bid to cut water usage

28 October 2019

Stamford Town Council is having to clawback thousands of pounds it has paid to Anglian Water.


Rutland dental nurse Emma is a national winner

27 October 2019
Rutland dental nurse Emma is a national winner

Rutland dental nurse Emma is a national winner

27 October 2019

An Oakham dental nurse is one of 500 staff nominated for the awards by her nationwide employer.


Stamford Town Council asks district council for help on fighting climate change

27 October 2019
Stamford Town Council asks district council for help on fighting climate change

Stamford Town Council asks district council for help on fighting climate change

27 October 2019

Stamford Town Council has been urged to declare a 'climate emergency'.


Stamford singer Jonny Kerry and his quarter perform in Stamford in UK tour, with Europe set for next year

27 October 2019
Stamford singer Jonny Kerry and his quarter perform in Stamford in UK tour, with Europe set for next year

Stamford singer Jonny Kerry and his quarter perform in Stamford in UK tour, with Europe set for next year

27 October 2019

A talented Stamford singer is enjoying much success with his unique style of music.


Stamford mayor says ‘guidelines won’t stifle debate at meetings’

26 October 2019
Stamford mayor says ‘guidelines won’t stifle debate at meetings’

Stamford mayor says ‘guidelines won’t stifle debate at meetings’

26 October 2019

The agenda for this month's town council meeting suggested 'max' times for each agenda item.


The cancer that killed a Rutland woman in a matter of days

26 October 2019
The cancer that killed a Rutland woman in a matter of days

The cancer that killed a Rutland woman in a matter of days

26 October 2019

People are being urged to watch for the symptoms during Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month.


Rutland Food and Wine Week starts today

26 October 2019
Rutland Food and Wine Week starts today

Rutland Food and Wine Week starts today

26 October 2019

The event aims to bring the county's local producers together and celebrate 'a county of good taste'.


Ram Jam retail units on A1 in Rutland lose appeal

25 October 2019
Ram Jam retail units on A1 in Rutland lose appeal

Ram Jam retail units on A1 in Rutland lose appeal

25 October 2019

The dismissal of a planning appeal has been hailed as 'excellent news'.


SKDC expresses concerns raised over smells at Market Deeping waste transfer plant

25 October 2019
SKDC expresses concerns raised over smells at Market Deeping waste transfer plant

SKDC expresses concerns raised over smells at Market Deeping waste transfer plant

25 October 2019

The business is seeking approval from Lincolnshire County Council to increase the amount of waste it handes.


Seven face ‘eviction’ from Stamford nursing home

25 October 2019
Seven face ‘eviction’ from Stamford nursing home

Seven face ‘eviction’ from Stamford nursing home

25 October 2019

Avery Care says it is with families to find alternative accomodation.


Tony, 82, of Stamford can get out again thanks to donated mobility scooter

25 October 2019
Tony, 82, of Stamford can get out again thanks to donated mobility scooter

Tony, 82, of Stamford can get out again thanks to donated mobility scooter

25 October 2019

The widower has gained his freedom thanks to kind-hearted carers and businesses.


Fears of computer cuts at Deepings library

25 October 2019
Fears of computer cuts at Deepings library

Fears of computer cuts at Deepings library

25 October 2019

Lincolnshire County Council is reviewing IT services while it carries out a 'refresh' of technological equipment.


‘Specialist gang’ to blitz town's wonky paving

24 October 2019
‘Specialist gang’ to blitz town's wonky paving

‘Specialist gang’ to blitz town's wonky paving

24 October 2019

A campaign for pavement repairs in Stamford appears to have paid off.


Spitfire industrial units in Market Deeping backed by SKDC planners

24 October 2019
Spitfire industrial units in Market Deeping backed by SKDC planners

Spitfire industrial units in Market Deeping backed by SKDC planners

24 October 2019

A half-built business park looks set to be finished after seven units have been approved on the site.


Diggers in Stamford town centre following power cut

24 October 2019
Diggers in Stamford town centre following power cut

Diggers in Stamford town centre following power cut

24 October 2019

A power outage affecting thousands is not connected to an earlier fault, according to Western Power Distribution.


Nearly ‘on yer bike’ for Apprentice Marianne

24 October 2019
Nearly ‘on yer bike’ for Apprentice Marianne

Nearly ‘on yer bike’ for Apprentice Marianne

24 October 2019

The 36-year-old risk management consultant was called back to the boardroom with Lord Sugar, along with Thomas Skinner and Luba Farham.


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