A community bus will restart its passenger service this month after weeks of delivering groceries and medication.
Langham Street Market has been cancelled - the day after the Government said outdoor markets could go ahead.
An online petition to save Rutland Radio from being rebranded has already been signed by more than 1,000 people.
Severn Trent is appealing for help with saving water as it saw the highest demand for water in history in the driest May for a century.
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Many amenities and areas at Rutland Water remain closed despite paths being open from Tuesday, June 2.
Since the coronavirus lockdown began high streets have taken on the air of a ghost town, but that is all set to change.
A number of tennis clubs have implemented new restrictions to ensure players and staff are kept safe.
Changes allow firms to bring back its staff on a part-time basis from July on the condition businesses contribute to salaries from August.
Three men have been arrested on suspicion of theft of fuel from a lorry on the A1.
The firms adapting to the challenges of coronavirus and getting staff back to work safe and sound
Social distancing and Government guidelines in place at fishery.
The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials has been cancelled for the first time in its history due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Easson moves into management as joint Uppingham boss.
Wilson will be competing against emerging young British and international drivers.
Students of tae kwon-do from Alabama, Singapore and South Korea have been taking part.
The government has confirmed a number of sports are free to return with restrictions.
Rutland side seeking continuity as they target rise up the rankings.
Members of an amateur dramatics group are on cloud nine after swapping video messages with Broadway performers.
Friday, May 8, marks the 75th anniversary of VE Day, marking the end of the Second World War in Europe.
Crowds at the famous flat racing course will be roaring on a a different kind of horsepower this summer
A concert that was due to come to Burghley House near Stamford for the first time this Summer has been postponed.
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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.
Ever wondered why we buy chocolate eggs? We've researched the roots of the most beloved Easter traditions.
The World of David Walliams is releasing a new audio book every day at 11am.
A Ketton man died just a few days after being forced to leave a Stamford care home.