A clothing store will shut as the owner makes the decision to retire.
A town clothing store will shut following the owner's decision to retire.
A teenager who was missing for four days has now been found.
A property has secured an award for 'enhancing the built environment of the county'.
Home Office says increased funding will go towards things like recruitment of the first 6,000 of the 20,000 officers the Prime Minister has promised.
The Shackleton Trio, described as one of the hardest working groups in the folk circuit, will be performing at The Barn in Baston on Thursday.
Find out what historic house gardeners do during the winter months by taking a winter gardens tour at Burghley House on Thursday or Friday.
Cancer Research UK will benefit from a vintage pop-up shop in Stamford.
Sigma Sports is to open a shop in a Rutland town catering for road cycling, mountain biking, running and triathlon.
People can raise concerns at a police and crime meeting that takes place on Tuesday (January 28).
A prison officer has been injured after a seven hour riot at HMP Stocken.
A police and crime commissioner has launched an online survey to help him set the budget for 2020 to 2021.
A cardiac screening took place in memory of a school's former pupil who died at the age of 18.
East Midlands Ambulance Service is set to spend £1m to retain private ambulance services in order to meet “unprecedented demand”.
A former headteacher is counting the benefits of weight loss after joining a slimming club.
A South Witham resident has branded the village's pothole-ridden roads as "a disgrace".
Enjoy panoramic views from a heated Swedish railcar at Nene Valley Railway on Sunday.
When you're waiting at one of the level crossings in our area, have you ever spared a thought about how they work?
A crash on the A1 near Stamford is causing delays this evening (December 18).
A son must pay his late mother’s £11,000 care fees after the council found her assets had been deprived by £19,000 while she was in care.
A nine-meter puddle has sparked road safety fears.
Children role-played people from the 17th Century and investigated the causes of a huge fire.
Stamford primary schools have come together for the inaugural Festival of the Moon.
A feature film about adventurer Sarah Outen's round the world trip will be screened in Oakham on Thursday.
An exchange programme between Stamford Endowed Schools and a Russian school, near Moscow, has been going for 25 years.