Birders will come together for the first Global Bird Weekend - the brainchild of Tim Appleton.
The Mercury Business Awards 2020 may look a little different but we’re still committed to recognising the best of the best.
A school has today (Friday, October 16) confirmed that three pupils have tested positive for Covid-19.
A primary school has been expanded to cater for an extra 60 pupils.
Work is underway to create a step-free bridge over the River Welland and maintain the area as a bridleway.
Plans for a new leisure centre advanced this week as the council which runs the current facilities agreed to pursue a lease for a site.
A new Pavers shoe shop is opening at Gates Garden Centre in Cold Overton.
Normanton Church at Rutland Water will be illuminated green tonight to mark the reservoir getting a Green Flag Awa
Supermarket chain Aldi has revealed when work will start on building a new £5m Aldi store in Stamford.
A lane on the northbound carriageway of the A1 at Thornhaugh is blocked this morning (Tuesday, October 13).
A soldier who led a team which designed coronavirus testing training for the military has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Two men have been charged with interfering with vehicles in Peterborough.
A man was robbed at knifepoint.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a crash on the A1175 at Tallington.
Some key events might be missing from the 2021 Rutland Calendar but the man behind it was determined to make sure it was out.
Stamford fire crew had a busy evening last night (Sunday, October 11) after being called to two blazes - both of which were out on arrival.
The A1175 Stamford Road is closed due to an accident.
Police are appealing for help after a delivery van driver knocked down a 12ft pillar and a wall and then drove off.
Staff at a care firm are delighted after their service was rated as ‘outstanding’.
A pair of cats need a new home after their owner died.