Voters will go to the polls today for the postponed police and crime commissioner and, depending on the area, local council elections.
The Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Groups are backing World Hand Hygiene Day today.
Two vehicles crashed on the main road outside Stamford Garden Centre on Tuesday.
Despite the chilliest May bank holiday on record, Rutland’s tourism businesses are continuing to bounce back.
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A charity single has been released to celebrate a man who spent much of his life "Two Paces Back".
Former Army PTI instructor Frank McEwan defies gruelling chemotherapy as he nears halfway mark in epic fundraiser for cancer charity.
A village event has raised a considerable sum for nursing and healthcare charities.
Stamford's Race for Life events have been cancelled for this year.
An 18-year-old has been charged with possession of an offensive weapon following an incident at the weekend.
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Reserves defy the odds to record first cup win.
Rutland side can bounce back from defeat by securing qualification in group finale.
Taylor scores goal of the season with sensational strike in home victory.
Half-centuries help second team secure first victory.
Fine start to Premier Division campaign continues.
Renton collects five wickets in home victory.
Charity will also benefit from revival of tournament.
Harlaxton Manor’s grounds and gardens are opening to the public with a series of special events for May, and more planned for the summer.
People an enjoy visiting gardens in the coming weeks thanks to the National Open Garden Scheme.
Rutland Water Aqua Park is to open on May 29.
Rutland woman Rosemary Jameson is on a mission to share her love of preserving via her online workshops.
Second hand items, branded clothes and high street alternatives will all come under a new school uniform law later this year.
A supermarket is asking customers to bring their own refillable containers to stores to take home fresh meat, fish and deli products.
With an increase in pet ownership since lockdown and more expected to travel with animals than before, drivers are being warned to check the rules.
Bags for life are to be removed from thousands of convenience stores and replaced with compostable carriers as part of the war on plastic waste.
A £1.49 sparkling wine in a can has hit supermarket shelves ahead of the bank holiday and in response to us all spending more time dining outside.