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Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced that from June 15 it will be compulsory to wear masks on public transport.
A woman who organised for more than 700 sets of scrubs to be made for frontline workers has been recognised for her community spirit.
The coronavirus lockdown came at the worst possible time for a couple who had just bought a pub in Rutland.
Stamford Skatepark will remain closed even though youngsters continue to break through security fencing to access it.
More stallholders are returning to SKDC's markets following the Government's decision to ease some lockdown restrictions.
A dog show committee is asking 'people to get behind it and join in the fun' as their event moves into the virtual world.
After hearing about the shortage of PPE equipment, electrical engineer Andy donated a month’s worth of face masks to care homes.
A sewing group led by a theatre costume designer has now provided garments to more than 1,200 healthcare workers.
A strange and colourful creature has been spotted - and it seems to be getting bigger by the day.
Fast food chain McDonald's is due to reopen its drive-thrus in Stamford and Bourne today (Wednesday, June 3).
A six-year-old determined to join the fight against coronavirus has raised money by ‘making people smile’.