Police officers are investigating a fatal road traffic collision on the A6003 at Gunthorpe.
The A6003 between Gunthorpe and Manton has been closed this morning (October 25).
For most people securing your dream childhood job is rare, but a former travel professional has made that goal a reality.
Despite the effects of the coronavirus crisis, an Oakham-based business is continuing to strive for the best.
Former England cricketer, Matthew Hoggard MBE, is hoping to knock the ball out of the park with his latest business venture.
Nowhere has the impact of the coronavirus been more keenly felt than high streets but it is independent business owners who are stepping up.
Businesses are rallying together to ensure no child goes hungry during the half-term break - days after MPs voted against a plan to provide hot meals.
A business has praised the Government-funded grant scheme which helped keep it afloat in the coronavirus lockdown.
The owners of a garden centre have opened a new shop as they push forward with improvement plans.
The Stamford branch of Cards for Good Causes at St John's Church will be opening on Monday (October 26).
Figures from Public Health England show that confirmed coronavirus cases in South Kesteven and Rutland have risen.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a stolen JCB was used to ram a village shop and a cash machine was broken into.
A total of six Covid-19 cases affecting pupils in years 12 and 13 have been confirmed at Oakham School.
Coronavirus cases confirmed by tests have risen in South Kesteven and Rutland.
Two pupils tested positive for coronavirus at Stamford Endowed Schools just before finishing for half term.
A charity event to raise funds for a school that suffered a fire in August attracted the support of hundreds of people.
Last year the team at Urban Edge Architecture entered the Mercury Business Awards in a bid to raise their status in the local area.
A 20-year-old singer-songwriter has released his debut EP.
A new cycling group has presented a cheque to Second Helpings following a 100-mile cycle ride.
An 'extensive programme of works' involving the replacement of a whole section of drainage system is scheduled to take place next month.