A retired entertainer from Rutland has shared his memories of working with 'legend' Dame Vera Lynn, who has died aged 103.
A sewing group has now made more than 1,400 garments for healthcare workers across 28 hospitals, care homes and hospices.
Pupils at Stamford Endowed Schools have been enjoying life back in the classrooms and sports pitches - as these pictures show.
Con artists have been offering to clean people's driveways and front doors to get rid of coronavirus, it has emerged.
An imaginative tale about a fly has bagged a schoolgirl third place in a national BBC writing competition.
An anonymous note was posted through an office letterbox questioning a display of Black Lives Matter posters in the window.
A Black Lives Matter event in Rutland has brought people closer together, its organiser has said.
A home care company in Rutland has been named in a top 20 list of the best providers in the East Midlands for 2020.
Drivers who may be a bit rusty behind the wheel after weeks of lockdown are being warned to take extra care on the roads.
Users of the Uppingham Hopper Bus are being made aware of temporary changes to the service.
Students in Years 10 and 12 are preparing to head back to school on Monday to help them prepare for next year’s exams.
Mindless yobs have damaged a playhouse and broken bottles under the swings in a village playground.
An auction house in Stamford has come under fire for selling Nazi memorabilia.
A school is set to help trial new rapid Covid-19 tests that could be a major asset in the global fight against the virus.
Cyclists are being asked to join in an event this August bank holiday weekend raising money for a cash-strapped homeless charity.
Social distancing means many primary schools are struggling to find the space to accommodate pupils.
A retailer has provided 400 metres of fabric and materials to a sewing group making scrubs for frontline health workers.
A ban on people using places of worship has allowed one church to crack on with much-needed repairs.
Church leaders have been “caught on the hop” with the announcement that their buildings can be opened up for private prayer from Monday.
With his 90th birthday approaching, retired engineer Walter Bunney had resigned himself to letting the occasion slip by.