Rutland High Sheriff Richard Coles has paid tribute to the hard work of volunteers who work to keep Oakham looking its best.
Coronavirus cases confirmed by tests have risen in South Kesteven and Rutland.
Up to 70,000 badgers could be shot this year in an effort to stop bovine TB which sees 30,000 cattle slaughtered annually.
Slimming World consultants say they’re excited to be back helping members to lose weight and improve their health in person.
The number of meals eaten under the Government's Eat Out to Help Out scheme have been revealed today (Friday, September 4).
Train passengers heading to London this weekend are being warned of changes to their journey due to the East Coast upgrade.
Today we open nominations for our 15th Mercury Business Awards to recognise businesses that go the extra mile.
The British Merchant Navy’s iconic red flag has been raised to mark Merchant Navy Day 2020 today (Thursday, September 3).
Lincolnshire's separate paper and card collection is set to be rolled out to South Kesteven, after a recent trial was a huge success.
A swimming club summoned all its resources to keep its swimmers engaged, fit and healthy while their local leisure centre remained closed.
Three Counties Dog Rescue in Bourne is trying to find a home for a friendly Great Dane/Tiger Brindle Mastiff Cross.
Mercury readers have been out and about armed with a camera, capturing wonderful images of the area we’re lucky enough to call home.
Essendine Parish Council and Leicestershire Police are hosting a crime prevention and property marking event tomorrow (Saturday, August 29).
Police need help to identify five men following an attempted burglary in Helpston in the early hours of Monday morning (August 24).
Rutland County Council is setting up a project to investigate the feasibility of establishing a community radio station for the county.
Rutland County Council has announced details of the final public consultation that will take place around the county’s draft local plan.
Plans are being drawn up for a new exit gate at North Luffenham Household Waste and Recycling Centre.
A large branch has fallen from a tree in Stamford Cemetery this afternoon (Tuesday, August 25).
Parking charges are being reintroduced in council-run pay and display car parks in Oakham and Uppingham.
North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust has partially lifted the visiting restrictions on John Van Geest ward at Stamford Hospital.