Bugtopia Zoo's new hedgehogs are up for a royal party
North Luffenham Golf Club slams Rutland County Council over lack of consultation over plans to build 3000 homes on St George's Barracks site
A Mr Bean lookalike from Oakham said he was swamped by "fans" of the famous character at the Royal wedding.
Rutland Biz Club gains interesting insight into Margaret Thatcher's life thanks to her former private secretary, Sir Mark Worthington OBE
Warm and sunny weather along with some cracking entertainment will ensure this year’s Sport Bash is one of the best ever.
Plans for 3000 homes at St George's Barracks draw criticism from surrounding villagers
Estella and Chiara Todisco act in Kindertransport at the Arts Centre from June 5 to 9
A purrfect team effort sees RSPCA join forces with Western Power Distribution engineers to save feral cat stuck on 11,000V electricity pole in Burley
The rainbow flag is flying outside the headquarters of Leicestershire police today.
Parents living in and around Oakham are invited to enter their babies and toddlers in our exciting photo competition.
Morale-boosting victory for Uppingham
Oakham claim maiden league win; Ketton Sports leading the way
Al bags brown of the season so far
County cricket is back at Oakham School
Town take the positives despite rain forcing abandonment
Dave cops Greetham glory while Ellie eases home
Uppingham Town suffered a baptism of fire on their Leicestershire League Premier Division debut after a heavy 118-run defeat at Barrow Town on Saturday.
Oakham United boss Ryan Hunnings is hoping the transformation of the Rutland club’s fortunes will be enough to keep them in the United Counties League for next season.
An exhibition showing off the work of more than 40 artists taking part in this year's Rutland Open Studios month starts next week.
The Gershwin musical the Gershwins knew nothing about – Crazy For You – is at the Mayflower this week.
Crossroads Farm in Eastwell and Whissendine Windmill are set to feature on popular BBC One show Countryfile on Sunday (June 19).
Olly Douglas from Greetham is to play with one of the world’s finest children’s orchestras, the National Children’s Orchestras of Great Britain (NCO) for the second year running.