A number of arrests have been made following a spate of crime across Rutland this weekend.
Drivers are experiencing delays following an incident on the A1 this evening (Sunday, June 20).
An apology has been issued by the Rutland Agricultural Society following disruption caused by attendees of a Christian festival.
A council has been left 'disappointed in the miscommunication' surrounding an event in Rutland, which has caused concerns for residents.
Sweet pea season begins on June 23 at a picturesque tourist attraction near Grantham.
Drivers travelling on a busy road are experiencing delays as queues of vehicles have formed.
Rutland's MP has been left 'deeply saddened' and 'disgusted' by a spate of criminal behaviour in the county this weekend.
Barnsdale Hall Hotel has appointed a new executive head chef to lead its culinary team ahead of its reopening.
Artist Katie Cardew is opening her first shop in Stamford to showcase her products and gallery of prints.
Customers are reporting problems paying by card at Sainsbury's supermarkets this lunchtime. More details here:
Football fans must keep coronavirus restrictions in mind when watching the Euros.
Carers who worked on the frontline during the pandemic are critical of a social care overhaul that could change their working hours dramatically.
A 'toxic cocktail' of sky-high pollen levels, hot weather and rain risks misery for thousands of asthmatics and hay fever sufferers. Here's why:
Police are at the scene of accidents near Stamford and Colsterworth.
Drivers are being warned of heavy rain and standing water on the A1 near Stamford.
The northbound carriageway of the A1 has been closed after an accident this morning.
Incorrectly loading the car for a family holiday or day trip this summer could land you with a hefty fine or invalidate your insurance. Here's why:
MP for Rutland Alicia Kearns discusses Queen's Honours recipients, new site for Rutland Kino cinema and local businesses in her latest column.
MP for Stamford and Bourne, Gareth Davies, praises work of Lives and highlights the importance of first-aid training.
Pupils and former pupils have named local schools on the website Everyone's Invited.
A Lincolnshire sports charity is marking its 10th anniversary by commissioning a children’s adventure book.
Never mind English and maths lessons - a trip to the beach and water pistol fights were the order of the day for pupils at one village primary school.
Year 6 primary school pupils were given the task of writing a newspaper report on the school's business manager retiring after 26 years.