A national hen charity saved almost 6,000 hens from slaughter recently, 217 of which were re-homed from Stamford
A Barrowden resident has received an award from The Queen for her services to the community
A project to overhaul a community’s run-down multi-use games area is being backed by its district councillor
National charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People’s much-loved Great British Dog Walk is back at Belvoir Castle
More than 1,500 homes in South Kesteven and 400 homes in Rutland are sitting empty
Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service has announced plans to recruit a further 15 full time firefighters
Lincolnshire police appoints new assistant chief constable
Businesses wanting more visitors through their doors are invited to a series of information forums as part of a new tourism drive
Entries are open for firms to enter the Mercury Business Awards - but be quick!
A Rutland company is celebrating four decades of business by setting itself the challenge of raising £40,000 for good causes
Stamford police have appealed for assistance in tracing a man following a theft from a store in the town.
Homeless man attacked in Stamford over the weekend as he slept in the doorway of All Saints Church
Lincolnshire Trading Standards has revealed the most common scams in the county and their top tips to avoid them
More than 60 cases of modern slavery have been investigated by police in Lincolnshire since 2016
To mark Carers Week, young and adult carers are being asked to come forward and give feedback on the support they need
Men are more likely to get diabetes and more likely to suffer complications as a result of diabetes
A nurse at Peterborough City Hospital has been shortlisted for an award from the British Heart Foundation
Plans for the future of rail services in the East Midlands that will include more frequent service have been revealed
A new and specially-trained team tasked with tackling the main causes of crashes on Lincolnshire’s roads is to be rolled out across the county.
Traffic is reported to be queueing from Colsterworth to Grantham on the northbound carriageway of the A1 following an accident.
The A1 southbound has been closed following an accident in which a trailer, being towed by a car, has overturned.
The final round of public consultation opened on Monday on a new Local Plan drawn up to help shape the future of South Kesteven.
Councillors and Officers will be meeting in Bourne next week in response to requests to hold meetings in the smaller towns of the district
District councillors clashed over the appointment of a vice-chairman for South Kesteven District Council
Rutland Adult Learning and Skills Service (RALSS) has again been rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted
A sensory garden has been officially opened at Wilds Lodge School in Empingham
Corby Glen boy passed away in 2013
Bourne’s Willoughby School could see its pupil numbers grow by more than 50 per cent if plans to reform special needs education across Lincolnshire go ahead.