There was a rise in coronavirus cases in all counties around Stamford today except for Rutland, which has stayed on two cases since yesterday.
A council leader has given an update on work being done to support the government’s guidance on shielding vulnerable people from coronavirus.
Bourne Post Office is to close from Wednesday (April 1) because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man in his 30s received a facial injury during an assault.
Healthcare workers from hospitals in the area say they have been overwhelmed by the support and generosity of the community.
A school's design technology department is manufacturing face masks to help protect NHS staff from coronavirus.
From food and prescription collections to comforting phone calls, vulnerable people in Ketton are not being forgotten by their community.
Couples and families have been banned from shopping together at one national supermarket in a bid to reduce the spread of coronavirus.
For victims of domestic abuse, being in the home with their partner for days on end is a very daunting prospect.
Police are looking to identify a person who may be able to help with enquiries regarding a theft of a bag.
Three men have been charged in connection with lead thefts from a number of churches across Lincolnshire.
A free replacement minibus service for essential trips between Oakham and Stamford is being launched.
Parking charges in council-run car parks in Rutland are to be suspended until further notice.
A bus company will be revising their timetables from tomorrow (March 24) due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Leaftlets detailing a community help scheme will be distributed to every home in a town by this weekend in wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Stamford and Bourne MP Gareth Davies (Con) reflects on the last week
South Kesteven District Council has today (Friday, March 27) suspended all car park charges and enforcement across all car parks in the district.
A primary school teacher has spoken about a ‘challenging’ and ‘exhausting’ few days keeping an eye her own class as well as her two children.
An online learning company has seen the use of its services more than triple since schools were closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Stamford School has closed its sports centre temporarily.