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Businesses expand to create new jobs

Businesses expand to create new jobs

Two businesses have joined forces to help them expand.


Homes approved on allotment site

Homes approved on allotment site

A 40-home development has been granted planning permission.


Lovely lunch club celebrates anniversary

Lovely lunch club celebrates anniversary

A club celebrated its first anniversary with a Valentine's Day-themed lunch.


Soft play centre set for reopening

Soft play centre set for reopening

The owner of a new soft play centre has revealed her plans for the business.


Art is of an ‘amazing standard’

Art is of an ‘amazing standard’

Artwork of an “amazingly high standard” by the young people of Rutland has gone on display at Rutland County Museum.


Youngsters have a wizard time at Harry Potter event

Youngsters have a wizard time at Harry Potter event

Hundreds of Muggles flew in to Deepings Library on Saturday to enjoy broomstick lessons and other magical events.


Stamford Library's Harry Potter day is truly magical

Stamford Library's Harry Potter day is truly magical

Children took part in annual Harry Potter event.


Dad vows to continue fight to change assisted dying law

Dad vows to continue fight to change assisted dying law

A father with motor neurone disease has vowed to continue his fight to change the law on assisted dying after his legal challenge failed.

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Mercury Memories looks back at articles we published 10 years ago; 25 years ago; 50 years ago; 100 years ago; 150 years ago and 200 years ago

Mercury Memories looks back at articles we published 10 years ago; 25 years ago; 50 years ago; 100 years ago; 150 years ago and 200 years ago

The Mercury publishes its Mercury Memories each week, thanks to the support of the Stamford Mercury Archive Trust.


Concerns over town car park plans

Concerns over town car park plans

The sale of land at Stamford Hospital has ignited fears about the height of a two-storey car park and charging.


Expansion plans for food project

Expansion plans for food project

A food waste project could expand into a new town.


Attraction sells its animals to survive

Attraction sells its animals to survive

A family-run farm park is selling off its animals to help the business survive.


Have you ever wondered which famous names live near you?

Have you ever wondered which famous names live near you?

Interviews with the most talked about identities in the area.


Homes plan 'for the super rich' rejected

Homes plan 'for the super rich' rejected

Controversial plans to build eight large homes ‘for the super rich’ at a Stamford beauty spot have been rejected.


Woman leaves Beijing after Coronavirus outbreak

Woman leaves Beijing after Coronavirus outbreak

A trip to China was short-lived for a traveller after concerns for her health.


Proposal for more textile recycling bins rejected

Proposal for more textile recycling bins rejected

A councillor’s plan for more textile recycling bins in South Kesteven has been rejected.


Teenager hits on way to help with exams

Teenager hits on way to help with exams

A 15-year-old who took his GCSE exams a year early has created a website to help other pupils and their parents.


Town launches first Rainbows group

Town launches first Rainbows group

A town is looking forward to the opening of its first ever Rainbows group.


Muddy playground to be transformed into £45k village asset

Muddy playground to be transformed into £45k village asset

A village playground that has become a muddy “quagmire” is set to be transformed into a £45,000 asset and focal point for the community.


Village to set up history archive

Village to set up history archive

A village with a rich history of powerful residents - and plenty of tales from parish people - is soon to have its own archive.


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