Health officials are seeking those who may have been in contact with a new coronavirus patient.
Experts at Public Heath England are continuing to monitor the cornonavirus outbreak which started in Wuhan, China.
Residents at Tallington Lakes have joined in with a rousing rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone.
A councillor is condemning the behaviour of a small number of residents who have directed verbal abuse at waste crews while out collecting bins.
A teacher making thousands of visors for NHS staff and other frontline workers is asking for the community's help.
A bright comet which is about half the size of the sun, will be visible in the night sky this month.
A concert that was due to come to Burghley House near Stamford for the first time this Summer has been postponed.
A drop in the number of consultations at Oakham Urgent Care Centre based at Rutland Memorial Hospital has led to its closure.
A doctor who believes there is a prescribable treatment for people with coronavirus is calling on the Government for it to be trialled.
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A football club has paid tribute to its chairman who died following a battle with cancer.
Record-breaking FA Vase run, first League Cup final appearance and promotion chances all look set to be wiped out.
Cameraman Geoff Atton was a familiar face around the area's football and cricket clubs.
The English Cricket Board suspends training, pre-season friendlies and any associated cricket activity.
Forster fires winning goal as Uppingham secure back-to-back victories.
CiCLE Classic is cancelled while all football, rugby and hockey leagues are put on hold.
A non-league football enthusiast has written a book about a historic football league that includes many of the area’s clubs.
Here we can post any events that are unable to go ahead as planned, and any postponement dates.
People with military ID cards are being offered two-for-one on cinema tickets to see the film Military Wives today (Friday, March 6).
The Yorkshireman will run through Rutland hauled by steam locomotive Union of South Africa.
A founding member of Rutland's first musical theatre group reminisces over the past four decades.
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.
England's smallest county has been praised for its housing affordability and good education.
A BBC star attracted much enthusiasm from onlookers as his rickshaw challenge passed through Rutland.
Remembrance events will take place across Rutland over the next few days.