On the 10th anniversary of the discovery of his brutal murder, Alan Wood's friends and family remembered him with a pint at his local pub.
About 5,000 litres of the fuel was taken from four sheds that were broken into overnight between Thursday, October 17 and Friday, October 18.
Hundreds of people have been left without power.
An initiative spearheaded in the Deepings has been shortlisted for an award, after being put forward by walking charity the Ramblers.
The theft happened from a van parked on a driveway overnight between Thursday, October 17 and Friday, October 18.
Stamford Endowed School swimming pool closed until further notice
The caller heard a disturbance, went outside and found that the doors had been taken.
A store opening at 7 High Street will add to other recent arrivals in Stamford town centre.
A fast food outlet will re-open later than planned.
For Rutland received a £1,000 cheque from the Enterprise Rent-A-Car-Foundation who supply pool cars to the county council.
Plans to build a £2.1m extension to a sports and leisure centre have been approved.
‘Stamford Health in Retirement’ was hosted by Evergreen Care Trust, Stamford and District Lions, Stamford Town Hall and The Broad Street Practice.
This weekend offers young railway enthusiasts the last chance of the year to travel behind Thomas at the Nene Valley Railway.
A lorry has crashed into the central reservation of A1 causing traffic to slow.
An accident has closed a road this afternoon.
People are being warned to avoid a town centre road following a crash.
A campaign for pavement repairs in Stamford appears to have paid off.
Houses on a garden site may finally happen after earlier plans never materialised.
The A1 through Lincolnshire and Rutland is said to be one of the most dangerous roads in the country.
Pupils at a primary school have produced posters to discourage dog fouling on the Elsea Park development in Bourne.
An artefact found during a metal detector rally is to go on show in Oakham
Memorabilia collected by a former schoolmaster will be given to groups interested in Stamford.
A former Thurlby resident and Stamford School pupil, who was one of the brains behind the lithium-ion battery, has won a prestigious award.