This morning we will bring you A-level results, news and photos from schools across the Rutland, Stamford, Bourne and Deepings area.
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The process of grading A-level pupils this year has benefited those studying at Harington School in Oakham, its headteacher has said.
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A man is due to appear before magistrates charged with outraging public decency and indecent exposure.
Police are appealing for witnesses after someone scaled a fence before attempting to break into a van.
A playground has been given a £50,000 makeover.
Police have increased high-visibility patrols in a bid to reduce anti-social behaviour.
An outdoor fitness facility has been designed to help older and vulnerable people stay fit and healthy.
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Former Oakham pupil collects his 500th Test wicket in victory against the West Indies.
Top scorer re-signs and popular players return to the club.
Trio tie for second spot as golfers tackle tough conditions at Rutland Water.
Rutland Water golfer sees his handicap cut to an impressive plus 0.5.
Preparations for league season continues in derby duels.
Rutland eventing duo looking forward to a return to competitions.
Incoming chief executive wants Oakham School event to achieve a similar status to that enjoyed by Scarborough.
Film, television and theatre stars will be taking part in a drama group’s online festival next week.
An iconic stately home will reopen to the public on August 5, helping to give the Stamford area's economy a boost.
The founder of the Guild of Jam and Preserve Makers is launching an online jam festival thought to be the first of its kind.
Sacrewell Farm has received a £50,000 cash boost from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to help with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Crowds who should have been at Burghley House in Stamford this weekend are urged to host a picnic party in their garden instead to help charity.
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The peak of a meteor showers could see up to 50 an hour zoom across our skies, while the year's third consecutive supermoon will also appear.
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A Ketton man died just a few days after being forced to leave a Stamford care home.