Churches have set up virtual services to help stay connected with worshippers.
A top policeman has warned about travelling and speeding.
A short film with a local producer will star Game of Thrones actor Ian Gelder.
Owls nesting next to a webcam will have a captive audience this year, as the ups and downs of 2020 unfold.
A former Land Girl who evaded Spanish flu and Second World War bullets has celebrated her 100th birthday in unusual style.
Market Deeping Model Railway Club chairman Peter Davies on how a hobby can be therapy in troubled times.
Schools are continuing to brighten up their communities by hanging artwork on their gates.
A supermarket, which has branches in Stamford and Bourne, will lift product restrictions on some items including Easter eggs on Sunday.
A food company is set to 'furlough' staff after demand for its products fell.
A company that makes plastic components has stressed it remains operational for good reason after it received abuse for endangering staff.
Despicable fraudsters are taking advantage of the response to coronavirus by duping the public into handing over personal details.
Lincolnshire's top police officer has said that no fines have been issued so far to people breaching the Government's coronavirus restrictions.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man in his 30s received a facial injury during an assault.
Another person has died at Peterborough City Hospital after testing positive for coronavirus.
Staff from Stamford Hospital are being redeployed to support the Covid-19 response at Peterborough City Hospital.
We're into our second 'stay at home' week and there's a lot to be gained from gentle stretching and flexing.
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.
A councillor is condemning the behaviour of a small number of residents who have directed verbal abuse at waste crews while out collecting bins.
The spread of spoof stories and scams related to coronavirus has prompted the government to take action.
A council leader has given an update on work being done to support the government’s guidance on shielding vulnerable people from coronavirus.
A teacher making thousands of visors for NHS staff and other frontline workers is asking for the community's help.
Two art and textile teachers are making special headbands for nurses and other key workers to stop their ears getting sore wearing face masks.
A Scout group in Rutland has trialled 'virtual Scouting' over video conferencing website Zoom - and it's proved a hit.