A crash between a car and a lorry is causing delays on the roads this morning (March 13).
Greggs have confirmed they are not looking to open a shop in a town centre.
Pregnant women can now swim for free at 1Life leisure centres in Stamford, Bourne and the Deepings.
Rutland County Council has published a number of ambitions for “a clean, green and sustainable county.”
Some drivers from Delaine Buses are wearing gloves as a precaution against coronavirus.
The Stamford Armed Forces and Veterans’ Breakfast Club had its first meeting on Saturday at The London Inn.
A camper van has been stolen and police have released a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the theft.
This year’s edition of the For Rutland Good and New Sale has so far raised £49,000.
A police search along the River Welland in Stamford has resulted in the body of missing serviceman David Kenwright being found.
Senior aircraftman David Kenwright was last seen on Saturday (March 7) evening.
The Elsea Park Community Trust want to set up the trial for a six-seater ‘people carrier’ to link various locations in Elsea Park in Bourne.
Since 2001, about 1,500 homes have been built at Elsea Park in Bourne but plans for about 600 homes mean it will leave one more area for development.
Owner of Stamford’s Loomes and Co, Robert Loomes, has been appointed as the chairman of the British Horological Institute.
Market Deeping Community Primary School received a 'requires improvement' rating from Ofsted inspectors in its most recent inspection in January.
Milo and Wren Rhodes are both pupils at Brooke Hill Academy in Oakham and suffer from progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis.
Clintons in Bourne will be closing later this month.
Everyone from Hermione Granger to Paddington Bear will be making appearances at schools today (March 5) for World Book Day 2020.
The Reverend George Holding is the new Rector of Market Deeping and will begin her new role in May.
Rutland County Council has been assessed by peers from the Local Government Association.
Stamford School’s Lego club robotics team finished 25th out of 66 teams at the England and Wales National Finals of the First Lego League in Bristol.