A Rippingale nature enthusiast is urging people to keep their eyes peeled for rare species of butterfly.
A public art gallery and car park for 270 cars will be built at Grimsthorpe Castle to encourage more visitors.
A veteran is fronting a new fundraising challenge in aid of Help for Heroes as the charity bids to plug the funding gap left by coronavirus.
Views over open countryside and spectacular sunsets are what await the second owner of this lovely property.
The Stamford branch of PizzaExpress on the Town Bridge will reopen on Thursday (July 30) - and customers will get free dough balls to celebrate.
There are long delays this morning (Friday, July 24) on the A47 after a trailer became detached from a lorry.
Two new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed today (Thursday, July 23) in South Kesteven.
The workshop where Stamford's Colin Furze creates his inventions is through to the finals of the 2020 Cuprinol Shed of the Year competition.
Homewares brand, Sophie Allport, has partnered with the Ruth Strauss Foundation to create an official bespoke range.
South Kesteven District Council is giving residents another chance to comment on its plans to close its offices in Stamford and Market Deeping.
New cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Rutland and South Kesteven over the weekend.
After almost a decade of planning, Bourne Grammar School now boasts a new sand-dressed multi-use games pitch.
Sixth form prefects have completed their challenge to travel the distance of the English Channel in aid of The Fire Fighters Charity.
Oakham Library is due to reopen from Wednesday (July 22), offering a reduced collection and drop-off service.
More than 100 vulnerable people have been kept fed in the Deepings during the coronavirus lockdown by groups working together to help out.
A painting fitting for the times has been rediscovered at a care home.
The founder of the Guild of Jam and Preserve Makers is launching an online jam festival thought to be the first of its kind.
A businesswoman has realised her ambition to launch her own company after being made redundant due to the coronavirus crisis.
The Rotary Club of Rutland has handed over the chain of office to the new president in rather an unusual fashion.
An extension to a Clipsham quarry site has been approved and will create 30 new jobs.