Police have closed a town road following a crash today.
Filling stations in have seen forecourts packed with vehicles following an announcement about tanker driver shortages.
Fraudsters pretending to be from the courts service are attempting to scam people out of money they're told they owe, say government officials.
Residents have been urged to join a policing website.
A new homeware and interiors shop has opened its doors in the high street after a successful first year online.
A new guided tour has launched in a bid to build on a successful tourism season.
Secondary school staff are opening the doors to prospective pupils at a series of open evenings.
Customers of energy firms Avro and Green have been offered reassurance by the regulator Ofgem.
Social media users are being warned about fake free meal deals pretending to be from pub chain Wetherspoon.
Yobs are turning to baked beans in the latest criminal craze to hit the internet and Tik Tok, prompting warnings from police and to dog owners.
Experts at Public Heath England are continuing to monitor the cornonavirus outbreak which started in Wuhan, China.
Patients have come together to ensure their views on medical treatment are heard.
This week people living in Rutland will be able to receive the covid vaccine at a walk-in clinic.
The financial pressures on motorists continue as it is revealed the prices of some of our most popular cars are rising faster than wages.
Thousands of speeding fines could be cancelled due to an error with a reduced speed limit put in place to protect road workers.
As crunch talks take place in Whitehall to ease the lorry driver shortages, one industry expert warns it may be too little, too late.
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An independent county councillor has handed in his resignation so he can continue to have a positive impact on the community.
A married couple who were devoted to each other for almost seven decades passed away within hours of each other earlier this month.
Former pupils returned to their old school to celebrate its 50 years of co-education.
Around three million children could be eligible for a first dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid jab.