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A singer from Stamford is busy promoting her second single which was released during lockdown.
Two brothers have sold their toys in order to raise funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Branch libraries across Rutland are due to reopen from next week, providing a collection and drop-off service for registered users.
A sewing group whose popularity has snowballed throughout the coronavirus pandemic is about to change its name.
Hays Travel is to cut up to 878 jobs out of a total workforce of 4,500 people, the firm announced.
A retired man has set himself the challenge of making 64 different flavoured ice creams in 64 days.
Members of Oakham in Bloom joined together for their first official working party since coronavirus lockdown.
One of the country’s oldest sheep fairs has been forced to cancel due to Covid-19.
The leader of South Kesteven District Council talks about making the most of a different kind of summer in his column this week.
An artist has organised an event to showcase the work of other independent business owners.
A charity which helps people back into work is renewing its efforts before a wave of redundancies is expected.