The owner of a micro-farm in Rutland has backed a campaign group that aims to end factory farming.
A theatre company has received a slice of funding from the Government to support it through the coming months.
A team of 30 cyclists - including two Stamford schoolboys - are preparing to travel 200 miles to help the homeless.
Members of a club that supports people with disabilities have met up for the first time since lockdown began.
Organisers of the cancelled Burghley Horse Trials have been determined the 2020 dates would not go unmarked.
A principal sent a heartfelt letter to GCSE students urging them not to let anyone tell them their results are ‘meaningless’.
This was the scene after a van was involved in a single-vehicle crash on the A6003 in Rutland.
'This year’s GCSE results are a true reflection of our pupils’ hard work'.
The headteacher of Oundle School said she very much regretted GCSE pupils had not been able to prove themselves in written exams.
The district council has approved contracts to ensure its properties have lifts and other adaptations to help disabled residents live independently.
SKDC's cabinet has agreed to put aside £50,000 for a study into the best way to reorganise local government in Lincolnshire.
A £230,000 plan to convert a former ambulance station into office space is still needed despite the switch to a home-working culture.
Homes on streets with rude names in the Stamford and Rutland area could be worth £40,000 more simply because of the snigger-inducing address.
A classic car has taken pride of place in the garden of a new care home in Rutland to help spark happy memories in residents with dementia.
An injunction is now in place preventing a gypsy family from carrying out further development on a plot of land they own.
In her latest column, Helen Howe, chairman of trustees at MindSpace talks about their journey through lockdown.
This is how a former ambulance and fire station in Stamford will look after a major overhaul.
A-level results at the Deepings School are said to have improved year on year.
Bourne Grammar’s 181 A-level pupils have received their results at the end of a year they will never forget.
The process of grading A-level pupils this year has benefited those studying at Harington School in Oakham, its headteacher has said.