Staff working in town Tesco Superstores could face the threat of redundancy.
Tributes have been paid to a talented writer and former Rutland Times editor.
A council is preparing to move to bigger premises within the next two months.
A salon has reopened following an extensive refurbishment.
Alicia Kearns MP has visited a prison to discuss measures the Government can introduce to better support its staff.
'Roots, Wings and Other Things', with Adam Frost from Gardener's World was launched in September last year.
Firefighters were called to a tumble dryer fire in the early hours of Friday (February 23).
Robert Ellks won a raffle to win the 15-minute dash around Waitrose in Stamford's West Street.
Burglary and anti-social behaviour are two types of crimes that have fallen since last year, according to the latest police figures.
New data has been released that reveals the shocking percentage of burglaries that have gone unsolved in South Kesteven and Rutland.
A prison officer was left with concussion after a riot at Stocken Prison.
The 93-year-old woman, who was targeted, had her purse stolen and then about £1,000 taken from her bank accounts by the criminals.
Types of Muller yoghurts and a Lidl brand are being recalled because they may contain small pieces of metal.
Rutland and Melton MP Alicia Kearns today (Wednesday, February 5) received the Prime Minister’s support for two new GP practices.
Coronavirus has hit the UK, making England the 23rd nation to record a case of the deadly bug.
A main road in Stamford will be closed this week because of puddling on a school field.
Stamford and Oakham railway passengers are being warned there will be no trains to London King's Cross from Peterborough in a few weekends' time.
Highways England has extended its warning to drivers across England to take care as strong gales affect the area today (Sunday, February 9).
A water company has been given permission to carry out emergency repairs to its water network along the A6003 Oakham bypass today.
The candidates in the five constituencies covered by the Mercury have been officially announced tonight - find out who they are.
Farming, community funding, HMP Stocken and GP services are issues the Rutland MP is working on now.
Pupils from Catmose College and Harington School have received their Duke of Edinburgh Awards
Childcare centre is praised by Ofsted for providing a warm welcome to children.
A school has sought to reassure people over coronavirus fears after it was reported that a parent visited the school after a trip to Singapore.
Wilds Lodge School in Rutland won the Boarding School of the Year award at the Tes Independent School Awards.