The A605 is closed this morning in Oundle due to a serious accident involving a lorry and a car.
Rutland has retained its status as a Fairtrade county, recognising the support it gives to the use of Fairtrade products throughout communities.
Age Concern in the Deepings has held a party to mark the milestone occasion.
A new entertainment podcast focusing on Stamford is set to launch next week and is the brainchild of Graham Cook.
BT has put temporary traffic lights in place while it carries out work.
People have reacted to tonight's decision to approve plans to build a McDonald's restaurant in Oakham.
More than 100 pupils participated in a tournament to build robots made out of Lego.
East Midlands Ambulance Service is set to spend £1m to retain private ambulance services in order to meet “unprecedented demand”.
The George Phillips and Tony Traylen awards recognise new, refurbished and historic buildings in Rutland and were handed out at Oakham Castle.
The blazes at Grenfell Tower and Notre Dame have prompted Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue to focus more on fires in high rise and heritage buildings.
A man was taken to hospital with critical injuries following an assault near The Broadway Theatre in Peterborough.
The Rotary Club of Bourne recently presented a cheque for £200 to the Butterfield Day Care Centre to pay for a Christmas meal for their clients.
A novel focuses on how far two main characters are willing to go to protect their son.
The owner of the shop has thanked customers in Stamford and the surrounding villages.
Three local runners are encouraging others to get involved in trail running by hosting new 10 and 20-mile events in June.
Chef Jamie Oliver drove his Ford Capri to RAF Wittering to meet No 3 Mobile Catering Squadron for an episode of Friday Night Feast.
South Kesteven district councillors are set to decide on a new chief executive for the authority.
The closing date for applying for your child's primary school place is fast approaching.
Burghley House in Stamford will once again host Race for Life and anyone signing up in January can get 30% off the registration fee.
Thieves took a vintage tractor from a farm in South Fen, Bourne, last night.