Greetham villagers reported noxious smells as workmen discharged pumping station overflow into watercourse to avoid flooding
People can take greater pride in the places they live thanks to two teams that clean up grotspots and graffiti.
People can comment on a document which could set out planning policies and help to shape new housing and infrastructure.
Rutland Youth Council has launched a project to raise awareness of the need to reduce household food waste.
Many across the area will be taking part in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch, which runs from today (Friday, January 29) until Sunday.
A watchdog has stepped in to help villagers rid their streets of overflowing sewage.
Willow Tree Fen has been closed after a pair of cranes, which bred for the first time in the county for 400 years last year, arrived.
Villagers are calling for help to stop their streets being covered in sewage.
A fire and rescue service has teamed up with two businesses to reduce single-use plastic in the force.
Virtual talks are set to be held to promote good food projects which strengthen communities.
Two electric vehicle charging bays could be installed at a filling station.
A class of primary school pupils have written letters to readers about the devastating effects of palm oil on the environment.
Stamford Community Orchard has received a revamp ready to welcome those heading out for a winter stroll.
A permissive route is set to reopen to give residents in Stamford access to the East Meadows.
Christmas is filled with treats and presents but when you go to get rid of the rubbish, you may be wondering what you can recycle.
Sign up for a 12 Days Wild winter challenge and let nature bring some festive cheer.