A new business will be using its products to save lives and protect people from coronavirus.
Two village telephone boxes have been given a new look as part of a restoration project.
An extremely well-presented and deceptively spacious detached family home is on the market.
A police inspector has issued guidance on when to report people for breaching coronavirus regulations.
While some businesses have been negatively effected by the coronavirus pandemic a former Apprentice candidate's business has changed for the better.
A charity founder, who prefers to keep things about herself ‘low-key’, was shocked to find out she would be receiving an MBE.
An enthusiastic volunteer has been awarded a British Empire Medal for services to the community in Rutland.
A new shop is set to open at a garden centre tomorrow (Saturday, October 10).
Groups planning events in the run-up to Christmas say they are determined to keep the festive spirit alive this year.
A 48-year-old man has appeared in court after stealing £733 worth of alcohol from a Tesco store.
A former police officer has had to make rapid changes to his business to keep up with the demands of changing regulations around the pandemic.
A property in Stamford now dons a stand-out look and people are wondering if its legal.
'It’s clear that the UK is in the grip of a second wave and Rutland is by no means immune to this'
Police are reminding people to keep their doors locked after a home owner caught a man acting suspiciously on CCTV.
Police are appealing for witnesses following an of threatening behaviour at a restaurant.
A case of coronavirus has been confirmed at Stamford Endowed Schools.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man attempted to steal a dog from a property.
Pay and display machines at two town centre car parks have been broken into.
Police are appealing for information after a sign and plant pots were damaged over the weekend.
Police were called to two breaches of coronavirus regulations in Stamford town centre over the weekend.