Cricket coaches from Oakham School have swapped the crease for a publishers as they have brought out a new book on the sport
Kirkby Underwood Parish Council initiated the project after 58 per cent of residents considered dog littering a negative feature in the village
Baston’s Christmas Tree and Wreath festival returned with a festive bang after an absence of three years
Florian has been missing from his home in Empingham since August despite posters being put up around the village
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The community cafe is celebrating thanks to the Stamford branch of Waitrose, which has donated a state of the art Magimix food processor
The preschool will be moving from its current Northorpe premises to Swallow Hill, once it has got the green light from Ofsted
An array of creative businesses will showcase their products at Stanford’s first Etsy Made Local fair
An independent gift company is reaping the benefits of appearing on the Small Biz 100 list
Now Castle Bytham wants its bus service back too
Members of the public are invited to share concerns or to just have a "chat"
62 incidents reported of which nine were successful resulting in a total financial loss to the victims of more than £62,000
Based in a control room in Grantham, the unit has in the last few months notched up some notable successes
130 scanners will be given to officers through a project funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner
Project helps girls to stay in school
Layla has always longed to keep up with her friends and siblings and thanks to a life-changing operation she is on her way
A 75-year-old woman from Bourne has been taken to hospital after firefighters were called to her home earlier today.
Fire crews and paramedics called to crash in South Luffenham
Money will be used for pothole repairs
A lane on the A1 northbound will be closed for roadworks
Great Casterton resident claims that cuts to number 9 bus service is causing people to become ‘socially isolated’
He’s the power behind Stamford MP Nick Boles and a loyal deputy to South Kesteven District Council leader Matthew Lee
Grantham and Stamford MP blasts Conservative MPs' vote of confidence on Prime Minister
"We’re definitely going to need new faces, new ideas and leadership before the next election"
Legal Services Lincolnshire is looking to recruit new volunteers to sit on their board of independent panel members
Thurlby Primary School is challenging an Ofsted inspection rating which judged the school ‘inadequate’
A village school transformed their playing field into No Man’s Land as part of a Remembrance Day project.
His retirement is effective from December 31