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More than a dozen baby birds have been causing a welcome distraction for people having to have their covid jabs.
Many years of wind-blown litter have been cleared from a school hedgerow this week.
People who want an event to look forward to can book tickets for the Evergreen Anniversary Ball.
Fixed speed cameras could appear for the first time in Rutland in a bid to tackle residents’ number one crime bugbear.
Police are appealing for mobile images after shoplifters struck in a branch of Boots on Tuesday afternoon.
Carers were given a delightful spring treat to mark National Flower Arranging Day on Friday last week.
A teacher-turned-wedding celebrant has been nominated for an industry award.
Kayaks valued at more than £13,500 were stolen during a night-time theft at Rutland Water.
Businesses are being invited to tell their town council what they need.
A Stamford doctor has been recognised for helping to train new GPs.
Police dog Henry has joined Lincolnshire Police and is ready to use his keen, wet nose to root out hidden tech.
An accident on the A1 near Stamford resulted in people being cut from their vehicle by firefighters on Saturday night.
Three vehicles were involved in a crash on the A47 near Thornhaugh this afternoon (Friday, May 7).
An accident caused the A1 to be partially blocked with long tailbacks this afternoon (Friday, May 7).
Council meetings are returning to a face-to-face format from today (Friday, May 7).
A 'Captain Tom 100 challenge' has raised £600 towards hospice care.
Firework-throwing youths have sparked an order that allows police to arrest people they have asked to leave area.
Stamford's police inspector has thanked people for their responsible actions in the town centre over the bank holiday weekend.
Taking steps to become more physically active is the topic of a free live talk taking place on Monday (May 10).