The crucial 'R number' infection rate for the Midlands has been revealed.
Revellers have been coming to Stamford’s meadows in their droves to drink booze, take drugs and leave litter strewn across the beauty spot.
A children's reading challenge will be hosted online this year.
A schoolboy has called on Donald Trump to protect everyone whatever their skin colour.
Homewares store QD has announced that it is to reopen its store in Oakham in the next stage of its phased reopening of branches across the country.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced that from June 15 it will be compulsory to wear masks on public transport.
The streets of Stamford are busier today (Friday, June 5) than they have been in 10 weeks, with the return of market stalls bringing out shoppers.
The coronavirus lockdown came at the worst possible time for a couple who had just bought a pub in Rutland.
A pub owner could expand into new premises to meet the demand for home deliveries.
The driver of a car has been knocking on doors in Wing asking for work.
A statement from Lincolnshire Police chief constable Bill Skelly and SMILE chairman Jez Kumar following the death of George Floyd.
Police are investigating a spate of thefts from cars parked at beauty spots.
A sewing group led by a theatre costume designer has now provided garments to more than 1,200 healthcare workers.
Youngsters across three year groups at Stamford Endowed Schools returned to the classroom on Tuesday.
An opticians is booking appointments for people who have experienced changes with their vision during lockdown.
A community bus will restart its passenger service this month after weeks of delivering groceries and medication.
A bus company is putting more services back on the road as the coronavirus lockdown rules relax.
A military aeroplane has been flying overhead this evening.
About 5,000 council employees in Lincolnshire have been told they must continue to work from home until the end of the year.
The enterprising, hardworking shopkeepers in our towns have helped fuel our local economy, writes MP Gareth Davies.
The chief executive of Rutland County Council has today confirmed when she will retire from office.
A strange and colourful creature has been spotted - and it seems to be getting bigger by the day.
The principal of Stamford’s largest primary school has given an insight into how the first day back after lockdown has gone.
Schools across Stamford and Rutland were left to decide for themselves whether or not to reopen.