A mobile testing unit for Covid-19 will be operating in Rutland for several days from June 1, it has been revealed.
A hospice that supports children in Rutland has teamed up with a company to launch a limited edition t-shirt to raise vital funds.
An animal-lover is keen to reunite a lost and injured cat with its owner.
The owner of an historic hotel in Stamford has spoken of the impact the cancellation of the Burghley Horse Trials will have on the town.
A watchmaker feared he would lose the use of his crucial right hand after being told a cancerous lump needed to be cut out of his forearm.
A mobile mechanic had his van targeted while fitting a customer's tyre.
A walker returned to her car after a woodland walk to discover her handbag had been stolen.
Several camper vans moved onto a car park in Stamford sparking concerns from neighbours about social distancing.
An online briefing will be held to help businesses understand what support is available to help them after Covid-19.
Detainees in police custody are treated with respect in Rutland and Leicestershire, a report states.
A self-confessed ‘ageing hippy’ is having his head shaved for the first time in his life to raise money for charity.
A teenager had a sudden epiphany when he saw a rainbow while out on a bike ride in the Rutland countryside.
National charity Alzheimer's Research UK was set to raise vital funds through the Burghley Horse Trials before it was cancelled.
When the lockdown was announced aspiring dancer Annmarie Saxton-Howes was devastated.
A village war memorial has been cleaned for the first time in almost a century.
Schools across Stamford and Rutland were left to decide for themselves whether or not to reopen.
The owners of Burghley House have decided not to reopen the Tudor mansion to the public this year.
A couple who run four holiday apartments in a former Stamford nightclub have been offering them to NHS staff and other key workers.
Tributes have been paid to a "selfless" councillor who served both Uppingham and Rutland for many years.
A sewing group has made special face masks that allow deaf children to lip-read what their teachers are saying.