Burglary and anti-social behaviour are two types of crimes that have fallen since last year, according to the latest police figures.
A former town hall, magistrates' court, fire station and covered market is taking shape as a town arts venue.
A photograph taken in the aftermath of a lead theft at Stephen's Church in Etton has won an award.
A Sunday market in Bourne could be held on a trial basis on three or four occasions this Summer to see if it is a hit.
Here we look back on articles we published 10 years ago; 25 years ago; 50 years ago; 100 years ago, 150 years ago and 200 years ago.
A rotary club has raised money to help buy a wheelchair accessible minibus.
Colin Furze met David Jason, who is best known for playing Del Boy in Only Fools and Horses, for a television programme.
A cycling festival in Bourne that was hailed a huge success in 2019 will likely not go ahead this year.
An environmental campaigner is calling for shops in Stamford to close their doors to save energy.
Two businesses have joined forces to help them expand.
A 40-home development has been granted planning permission.
A club celebrated its first anniversary with a Valentine's Day-themed lunch.
The owner of a new soft play centre has revealed her plans for the business.
Artwork of an “amazingly high standard” by the young people of Rutland has gone on display at Rutland County Museum.
Hundreds of Muggles flew in to Deepings Library on Saturday to enjoy broomstick lessons and other magical events.
Children took part in annual Harry Potter event.
A father with motor neurone disease has vowed to continue his fight to change the law on assisted dying after his legal challenge failed.
The Mercury publishes its Mercury Memories each week, thanks to the support of the Stamford Mercury Archive Trust.
The sale of land at Stamford Hospital has ignited fears about the height of a two-storey car park and charging.
A food waste project could expand into a new town.