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Stamford remembers its fallen

Stamford remembers its fallen

Stamford’s Remembrance saw hundreds of people pay respects to those who gave their lives.


Silently remembering our heroes

Silently remembering our heroes

A poignant silence rested over the Deepings this weekend as crowds gathered to remember those who fought for freedom.


A shower of poppies fall on Bourne

A shower of poppies fall on Bourne

Crowds in Bourne paused on Sunday to remember those who have fought for their country.


Medium and spiritual healer releases first book

Medium and spiritual healer releases first book

Ralph Ticehurst releases book on exorcisms, dynamic spiritual healing, poltergeists, spirit poetry and prose, ouija boards and mediumship.


Dog saves owner from slipping into coma

Dog saves owner from slipping into coma

The owner of an animal sanctuary says her life was saved by her dog.


Lakeside Healthcare hears complaints at public meeting

Lakeside Healthcare hears complaints at public meeting

Lakeside Healthcare hosted a public participation group meeting and heard complaints from patients annoyed at waiting times for appointments.


Hambleton bakery in Rutland plans £1.5m expansion

Hambleton bakery in Rutland plans £1.5m expansion

A successful Rutland bakery plans a second site off the A1 at Stretton.


South Witham shopkeeper speaks of raid at his village shop when he was punched and threatened with a knife

South Witham shopkeeper speaks of raid at his village shop when he was punched and threatened with a knife

Lincolnshire Police has said £500 and cigarettes were taken during the raid.


Fallen Rutlander Alban Jarman finally has his name put on village war memorial 102 years after he was killed during the First World War

Fallen Rutlander Alban Jarman finally has his name put on village war memorial 102 years after he was killed during the First World War

Investigations by the Rutland Remembers website led to the discovery of Alban Jarman who died in France.


Towns across South Kesteven pay tribute for service

Towns across South Kesteven pay tribute for service

Dedication services took place across South Kesteven as a warm-up for the main Remembrance events this weekend.


Rutland ploughmen brave wet and mud in annual competition

Rutland ploughmen brave wet and mud in annual competition

An annual event attracted entrants from far and wide.


Shopkeeper threatened with knife and punched during robbery

Shopkeeper threatened with knife and punched during robbery

Police have said two men wearing hoodies threatened staff at a shop on Monday before stealing £500 and cigarettes.


Novel idea saves the environment and lives

Novel idea saves the environment and lives

An Oakham man has set up a charity that will see aluminium cans transformed into helipads for air ambulances to land on at hospitals.


Stamford Subway announces fresh new opening date

Stamford Subway announces fresh new opening date

Subway's Stamford store plans to recruit six staff.


Fireworks make weekend go off with a bang

Fireworks make weekend go off with a bang

Fireworks and bonfires were lighting up the sky across Stamford, Rutland, Bourne and the Deepings over the weekend.


House price boom in Rutland and South Kesteven after Brexit referendum vote

House price boom in Rutland and South Kesteven after Brexit referendum vote

Online estate agents House Simople say prices have risen fastest in leave supporting areas.+


Couple have been 'mum and dad' to more than 40 children

Couple have been 'mum and dad' to more than 40 children

Judith and Maurice Wade made one key decision early in their marriage and a whole way of life unfolded from it.


Meet the Facebook sensation who is 126 years old

Meet the Facebook sensation who is 126 years old

There's a bowler-hatted chap in Stamford who's attracted more than a thousand followers in five months.


Push to cut off BT payphones in South Kesteven and Rutland

Push to cut off BT payphones in South Kesteven and Rutland

Residents have been urged to 'adopt' phone boxes for hosting defibrillators and other uses.


Plans for 128 ‘starter homes’

Plans for 128 ‘starter homes’

A housing developer says spare land in a town isn't needed for employment.


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