The grand-daughter of a Mirrlees Blackstone’s maintenance worker has taken on a cycling challenge.
Healthwatch Rutland is carrying out the What Matters public consultation through April and May for anyone living or working in the county.
Health chiefs are offering advice on how to deal with stress during Stress Awareness Month this April.
A traditional fish and chip shop has been recognised as one of the best in the business.
Police have reopened their enquiry offices and say they are 'there to enforce covid rules when needed'.
Those over the age of 45 can now book their Covid-19 jab as a third vaccine starts being rolled out today.
Households in South Kesteven are being urged to tell the district council if there has been a change in circumstances that affects their tax discount.
Whether it was a haircut, lunch, or simply a spot of shopping, people brought a buzz back to the high street today.
A legal expert from Hegarty Solicitors answers questions on how conveyancing for a new build is different from that for an established property.
The hunt is on to find the owner of a Battle of Britain statue which appeared on a doorstep in Oakham.
A man aged 34 has been charged with the murder of hotelier and landowner Sir Richard Sutton.
Bourne Town Football Club has been vandalised overnight.
More than 96 per cent of people aged 50 and over in South Kesteven and Rutland have had their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
A town car park will be closed for seven weeks while Anglian Water carries out repairs to a sewer.
Rail passengers got their strengthened and spruced up bridge back after a project which began last October
Current plans to close Barnack Road from July 3 to mid-November with three-week break during Burghley Horse Trials
Harringworth Viaduct will feature in new UKTV programme for Yesterday called The Architecture The Railways Built.
People who live in Rutland are being asked for their views on climate change and getting around as part of the Future Rutland Conversation.
Rutland MP Alicia Kearns (Con) writes her regular column.
Libraries across the area are set to reopen for communities to use again from Monday (April 12).
A school received a donation to help refurbish the library.
There are "very small numbers" of positive cases of Covid-19 in schools with 106,000 lateral flow tests carried out since the start of 2021.
Forces school embarks on mammoth fundraising challenge to bring pupils closer to parents deployed to Africa