Town hall flags were at half mast yesterday (January 16) to remember a former district council chairman and business owner.
Repairs to the pavements in Stamford town centre by Lincolnshire County Council will continue from Monday, January 20.
The 500th anniversary of the birth of Lord Burghley, William Cecil, will be marked with a year of celebrations.
The Stamford Extinction Rebellion group say 20 new members have signed up after a ‘Heading for Extinction’ talk.
A deadly dog disease has been confirmed in Rutland for the first time.
The final county in England will be home to one of the fast food giant's restaurants.
A community orchard was looking ‘magical’ at a town's annual wassail event.
An exchange programme between Stamford Endowed Schools and a Russian school, near Moscow, has been going for 25 years.
Plans for Rutland’s first branch of McDonald’s have been recommended for approval by planners.
A storage shelter in a town's park has been hit by two burglaries.
Hambleton Bakery’s plans to expand by building a new production facility, will be discussed by councillors next week.
Councillors have agreed on their preferred candidate for the role of chief executive of South Kesteven District Council.
College art students have delved into the Stamford Mercury Archive for inspiration for their latest exhibition.
Ollie has been adopted by the Wright family of Oakham after they had previously adopted Grace.
A grieving sister has said she wants her brother to be ‘at peace’ over legal action threat at town's cemetery.
Various items of jewellery have been lost and found in Stamford over the last week.
A man left fighting for his life after his van was in a collision with a lorry has walked for the first time since the smash.
The Hooisers are the second band to headline a new music festival at a beauty spot this summer.
Karen Bradford has been appointed as the new chief executive of South Kesteven District Council.
Karen Bradford has been selected as the new boss of South Kesteven District Council.