A Second World War Dakota was seen in the skies above Stamford ahead of the funeral of veteran and NHS charity fundraiser Captain Sir Tom Moore.
An MP has expressed disappointment that more than 70 households will lose their homes after being served with an eviction notice.
Gareth Davies MP for Stamford and Bourne discusses seeing friends, shopping and clubbing in his latest column.
The fact that charities are having a tough time raising money at the moment is not lost on Ian Misselbrook.
From police cuts to rowdy yobs, find out what was happening in years gone by.
A campaigner who wants to protect one of Stamford’s meadows from development has called for footpaths to be accessible again.
A legal expert from Hegarty Solicitors explains what it means to be a 'limited' company.
The number of young people looking for work and claiming benefits has nearly tripled in some areas during the pandemic.
Work is underway to clear the site which will be occupied by a new supermarket before the end of the year.
Vehicles have been the target of thieves who steal doors and bonnets.
Thieves have been caught using a simple method to get inside people's homes.
Special Constables will be given a discount on their council tax bills under a scheme put forward by the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Lincolnshire police has seen increased diversity in the number of applications from BAME communities, females and people with second language skills.
Lincolnshire residents aged 60 and over are being invited to make appointments at the county's 'large vaccination centres'.
A quarter of a county's population has now received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
There have been no patients admitted to hospitals in Lincolnshire with flu, despite it being the height of the usual flu season.
Police have closed the A1 north of Stamford this afternoon.
A bright green bike rack which proved too unpopular elsewhere is being moved into Stamford's conservation area.
Resurfacing is to be carried out by Rutland County Council on a selection of the county's roads.
People's views are wanted on cameras that read vehicle number plates.
People are being given advice on keeping Covid-secure when they vote on May 6.
The outbreak at Stocken Prison in Stretton accounts for 60 per cent of Covid-19 cases in Rutland, says the MP for the county.
A town councillor will be referred to the monitoring officer for investigation after concerns were raised about his behaviour and conduct.
Teachers have expressed their excitement following news that pupils will return to the classroom for face-to-face lessons.
A building company is supporting a primary school with home learning.
A school in Stamford has received a donation of £12,000 and a number of laptops to aid pupils with remote learning.
Eco-friendly school pupils earn national recognition for epic virtual trip across Africa.