Coronavirus cases confirmed by tests have risen in South Kesteven and Rutland.
Roads could be affected by heavy rain forecast to arrive on Wednesday.
A school which evacuated its pupils earlier today had received a bomb threat phone call, according to the headteacher.
Students and staff at Stamford College are self-isolating following confirmed cases of coronavirus.
School pupils have been sent home early after being evacuated from lessons.
A high street chemist has closed today and is directing people with urgent prescriptions to contact their GP.
Children have been evacuated from school following a suspicious phone call.
Grasmere Farm of Market Deeping has won a coveted sausage competition trophy for the first time.
A fast-food chain is looking to fill 65 jobs at the new branch in Oakham.
The Department for Work and Pensions is promoting ways to get back into work.
Pair filled up a Bag for life with spirits.
A Rutland prison is one of four to expand as part of a Government plan to transform the prison estate and create 10,000 modern prison places.
Bourne Town Football Club has confirmed a first team player has tested positive for Covid-19.
The number of deaths from the virus in the district stands at 54.
A super slimmer has shed five stones to be named Oakham’s Woman of the Year in the first competition since members started meeting in person again.
Bike racks have been installed in the Deepings to promote cycling.
A lane on the northbound carriageway of the A1 at Thornhaugh is blocked this morning (Tuesday, October 13).
An area transport operator is making one of its routes more frequent later this month.
Railway campaigners are proposing a new line that runs between Kettering and Corby with new links to Stamford and Peterborough.
Physical activity is essential throughout our lives for our physical and mental health, writes Stamford and Bourne MP Gareth Davies (Con).
In the last four weeks, the number of Covid patients admitted to intensive care across the country has quadruple, writes Rutland MP Alicia Kearns.
Governors are asking if a town school should join the same trust which runs Stamford Welland Academy.
Two pupils tested positive for coronavirus at Stamford Endowed Schools just before finishing for half term.