An eco-friendly shop has launched a product in an attempt to help a community organisation set on improving the area.
Environmentalists say that 'the fight is not over' to bring a water fountain to the Stamford community.
A public meeting is set to be held for people concerned about plans for 650 homes and a country park.
From the recycling of underwear to clearing the streets of litter, last week the Rutland community helped to make the county greener.
Plans to reduce plastic with a town centre water fountain have been turned down.
A project involving Burghley Estates will restored a wildlife habitat where two rivers meet in Stamford.
A group of residents has planted a hedge to help create a more pleasant environment.
Land earmarked for part of the Elsea Park housing development has begun to be cleared.
Whether it’s the memory of the place you bought your first ever album or a place you go to meet friends and family, Historic England wants to know.
As autumn progresses, we have the opportunity to witness a wide variety of wildlife, says Rippingale naturalist and columnist Ian Misselbrook.
Shoppers could be charged 50p for carrier bags in a bid to end single-use plastic.
Plans for a new quarry near Greatford were given the go ahead on Monday despite traffic safety concerns of adding HGVs to a busy 'rat run'.
People are being asked to collect drink cans to raise money towards a proposed outdoor gym.
Partially-treated waste water could be released into rivers and seas because of a chemical shortage caused by Brexit.
Burghley Estate has announced a restoration programme to ensure the future of The William Cecil Wood for the next 200 years.