A barn on an exclusive development has gone on the market for the first time since it was converted in 2017.
A farm is offering virtual learning opportunities to pupils around the country.
A diseased holly tree has been carved into a stunning bench paying tribute to NHS staff and keyworkers.
Work to transform a village church into a community hub which includes worship is well underway.
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Teachers have expressed their excitement following news that pupils will return to the classroom for face-to-face lessons.
A teenage girl reported missing in Oakham has been found safe and well.
The number of young people looking for work and claiming benefits has nearly tripled in some areas during the pandemic.
A 17-year-old who had been reported missing from his home in Rutland has been found.
A quarter of a county's population has now received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
If you're struggling in lockdown, reach out and get help from the NHS online at Every Mind Matters
Village Cup first for Marko as clubs discover opening day fixtures.
Rutland club will have four senior and five junior teams for the coming campaign.
Event organisers decide against staging showpiece race due to coronavirus pandemic.
Oakham youngsters receive backing from lifesaving service.
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.
A musician from Ketton has released a song which ‘captures a feeling of frustration and confusion’.
A 15-year-old singer has released the first song in a collection she is compiling throughout the year.
Arts for Rutland 'open the door' to entries for youth art exhibition
Barnsdale Gardens in Rutland is set to appear on a TV programme.
A socially-distanced craft fair will take place in Uppingham this week.
Travel Counsellor Emma Savage, based in Wittering, shares her travel news in her regular column.
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.