Fire investigators have been unable to determine what started a house fire in Market Deeping.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for four days, starting today (Monday, August 10), predicting thunderstorms.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man in his 60s died in a road accident earlier today (Sunday, August 9).
Tributes have been paid to a man, who served as a town clerk in Stamford and the Chief Inspector of Rutland.
An investigation is underway after a serious house fire in Market Deeping.
Rutland County Council is reminding people to dispose of single-use facemasks correctly as their use is set to increase.
Between 20 and 30 suspected migrants jumped off a lorry on the A606 at Empingham last night (Thursday, August 6).
Police have confirmed that no-one was found last night (Wednesday, August 5) after the helicopter was deployed following a shooting.
A man was tonight shot with an air weapon according to police.
WH Smith is planning to cut up to 1,500 jobs as bosses said its recovery from the Covid-19 lockdown has been “slow”.
Uppingham fire crews rescued a cow yesterday (Tuesday, August 4) and carried it back to the farm on the front of a digger.
A child has lost a Medic Alert bracelet in Bourne.
Pizza Express could close about 67 of its UK restaurants, with up to 1,100 jobs at risk, as part of a restructuring plan to shore up its finances.
Lincolnshire has been named as the county with highest rural crime cost as total rises to £2.8m, according to a report by rural insurer NFU Mutual.
The organisers of the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials are organising an online event to mark the weekend when the trials should have taken place.
Stamford's Colin Furze has topped a UK list of car influencers based on their followings on YouTube and Instagram put together byGo Compare.
Firefighters were today (Saturday, August 1) called to the A1 at Stretton after a car caught fire.
A tree has fallen down on the A606 in Langham.
Fire crews from Corby Glen and Grantham attended an accident in the early hours of this morning (Saturday, August 1).
A shocking photo of children playing on a level crossing in Rutland in 2018 has resurfaced as part of a safety campaign.