As the clocks will go back in the early hours of tomorrow, this will temporarily affect the timings of Lincolnshire's part-night streetlights.
A Bourne photographer will be taking Halloween pictures in a bid to raise funds for FareShare.
A Rutland county councillor has received a prize from the Women’s Awards.
A mother organised a community book pledge to give something back to the primary school her son loves.
A teenager was involved in a 90mph police chase that ended with officers finding £455 worth of cannabis.
A Bourne firm has received a business boost from retail entrepreneur Theo Paphitis.
Police are investigating a burglary in which two men broke into a home and threatened a woman with a crowbar.
The Rotary Club of Uppingham is fundraising to create a woodland in memory of victims of Covid-19 from Rutland.
North West Anglia NHS Trust has put visiting restrictions in place from today at its hospitals as the number of patients with Covid-19 increases.
A Market Deeping conservationist will be presenting a prime-time TV documentary about bats on Monday.
A motorcyclist was taken to hospital after an accident this morning (Tuesday, October 20).
Bourne Town Football Club has confirmed a first team player has tested positive for Covid-19.
A super slimmer has shed five stones to be named Oakham’s Woman of the Year in the first competition since members started meeting in person again.
Physical activity is essential throughout our lives for our physical and mental health, writes Stamford and Bourne MP Gareth Davies (Con).
Affectionate cat Alfie is hoping his big blue eyes will help him attract a new owner.
A new eco-trail and equipment has been unveiled at the recently reopened Exton park.
Bluebird Care’s office in Stamford and Rutland raised more than £200 for Macmillan Cancer Support at their cakeaway stall.
This is an attractive four bedroom detached property situated in a sought after village close to Rutland Water.
A Rutland prison is one of four to expand as part of a Government plan to transform the prison estate and create 10,000 modern prison places.
Following the first ever Virtual Duck Race, the Deepings Lions Club presented a cheque to Sense for £1,500.