A 48-year-old mum has taken seven ‘ice baths’ in as many days to raise money for a cause close to her heart.
A former Oakham School master's musical legacy will live on through his musical instruments and grandson
Race for Life at Stamford's Burghley House looks set to happen on June 5, 2021
A pilot radio station could soon go live for listeners in Stamford and Rutland.
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These photos of a stranded van were sent in after a brook burst its banks and cut off the road.
A council is likely to draw on its reserves budget to keep its council tax rise to a minimum.
It might have been yet another distraction from homeschooling - but the snow was also a chance to take some pictures.
Police hold misconduct hearing after former special constable admits two charges of making indecent images
A support group to help people deal with grief has moved online.
Honouring the deserving champions Boris Johnson applauds as 'an inspiration to us all'
Quarrymen return to action with emphatic home triumph.
Travel restrictions are applicable to individual players for Rutlanders whose squad live in tiers two and three.
Rutland cricket club are looking to build a third changing room and shower room plus accessible toilet due to a growth in players.
Uppingham Community College pupil sets his sights on the British Formula 4 Championship.
Oakham School's Director of Hockey is among just 20 coaches to be chosen.
Former Uppingham, Oakham and Langtoft boss aims to form strong managerial partnership.
Rutland Sailing Club teenager lands coveted award.
Barnsdale Gardens in Rutland is set to appear on a TV programme.
A socially-distanced craft fair will take place in Uppingham this week.
Pantomime fans can get their fix from their sofa as Stamford Arts Centre streams production online
Many people say their life could be a movie, but for Sir Laurence Howard that is now the reality.
Stamford Shakespeare Company is continuing to receive support for its ‘Save Your Theatre’ campaign.
For those with a dodgy internet connection, video calls and the ‘uploads and downloads’ of modern business are an utter curse.
A campaign has been launched to make a 94-year-old steam locomotive a permanent resident of Rutland.
Rutland Cottage in Oakham is on the market with Newton Fallowell.
A fabulous townhouse located in a desirable street has recently gone on the market.
A lovely stone built family home, situated in the desirable village of Ketton, is on the market with Newton Fallowell.