A car boot sale has raised almost £6,000 to help save Stamford Shakespeare Company.
Fruit-lovers are in for a treat this month with dozens of apples up for grabs from the community orchard in Bourne.
A charity that provides vulnerable people with much-needed food has received a £250 boost.
The chief organiser of the Bourne CiCLE Festival has been told that the district council is “unable to support it financially”.
Staff at a care company endured sore feet and a few blisters to walk the Rutand Water peninsula in aid of charity.
People are being asked for their views on £450m plans to transform hospital services in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
Lakeside Healthcare has outlined its reasons for closing St Mary's Medical Centre in Stamford on December 1.
People are being encouraged voice opinions on the closure of a GPs' surgery.
The railway line through Stamford could be electrified as part of a bid by Network Rail to become more environmentally friendly.
A church has received a £100,000 boost in its bid to create a community hub and prevent the 11th century building from closing.
A charity that supports elderly and vulnerable people is looking for volunteers.
There has been a slight reshuffle of Rutland County Council’s Conservative-controlled cabinet to make processes "more joined up”.
A profoundly deaf teenager from Stamford has launched a nationwide campaign to challenge perceptions of what deaf children can achieve.
More than 700 people have signed a petition to block homes being built on a 'wildlife haven and heritage site' in Bourne.
The manager of a pub in Oakham believes a customer who forced the venue to close by claiming he had Covid-19 is a prankster.
Lorries rumbling through a village to gain access to a new quarry would have an “intolerable impact” on residents’ lives.
Beekeepers are urging people to be on the lookout for vicious Asian hornets which can grow to three times the size of a common wasp.
A grandmother who lost her beloved husband five years ago says she has found a new purpose in life during lockdown.
The headteacher of an independent school has responded to criticism that it has failed to meet required standards.
A farmer is fuming after ‘audacious’ thieves used an angle grinder to cut through thick metal gates and steal a wood chipper.