Cases of Coronavirus in Lincolnshire jumped by 42 yesterday compared to a rise of just two the previous day.
Hundreds of NHS Volunteer Responders are now being put to work across the area to help in the fight against coronavirus.
The owners of a farm shop have handed out around 70 free fruit and veg boxes to key workers in the past few weeks.
A mum-of-two organised a motivational online singalong for her daughter’s class using sign language.
The CEO of the Food and Drink Federation, who lives in Rutland, has shared his insight into the effects of the pandemic.
A family-run company from Stamford has been approached by the NHS to supply clocks for the new Nightingale hospital.
A kind-hearted mum has spent her daily exercise time in the lead-up to her 40th birthday walking 40 miles for charity.
The joint founder of a dog rescue centre is ‘over the moon’ after bagging a BBC Radio Lincolnshire Award.
Two art and textile teachers are making special headbands for nurses and other key workers to stop their ears getting sore wearing face masks.
Thousands of people across Lincolnshire and Rutland took part in the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch in January - and the results are now in.
A company that makes plastic components has stressed it remains operational for good reason after it received abuse for endangering staff.
The owner of a garden centre says he will have to throw up to £10,000 worth of stock away if the lockdown doesn’t end soon.
A charity in Bourne that offers counselling to people and families on low incomes is starting a new delivery service.
Despicable fraudsters are taking advantage of the response to coronavirus by duping the public into handing over personal details.
A Scout group in Rutland has trialled 'virtual Scouting' over video conferencing website Zoom - and it's proved a hit.
Healthcare workers from hospitals in the area say they have been overwhelmed by the support and generosity of the community.
From food and prescription collections to comforting phone calls, vulnerable people in Ketton are not being forgotten by their community.
The owner of a fruit and veg stall in Stamford town centre has thanked people for continuing to support his business.
An online learning company has seen the use of its services more than triple since schools were closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Dozens of people have been queuing outside supermarkets in Stamford on day four of the UK’s coronavirus lockdown.