A national hen charity saved almost 6,000 hens from slaughter recently, 217 of which were re-homed from Stamford
A Barrowden resident has received an award from The Queen for her services to the community
The High Sherriff of Rutland’s Service in Celebration of Voluntary Work in the county took place at All Saints’ Church in Oakham on Monday.
National charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People’s much-loved Great British Dog Walk is back at Belvoir Castle
Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service has announced plans to recruit a further 15 full time firefighters
More than 1,500 homes in South Kesteven and 400 homes in Rutland are sitting empty
The process to identify a new operator to run Rutland’s RF1 bus service is being extended
A Rutland company is celebrating four decades of business by setting itself the challenge of raising £40,000 for good causes
An ex-professional chef has launched her own skincare range after spotting a gap in the market for beauty products that deliver positive skincare results, whilst also contributing to your overall health.
More than 60 cases of modern slavery have been investigated by police in Lincolnshire since 2016
Police have appealed for witnesses to a fight in Stamford on Monday, May 7, to come forward.
Rutland Community Wellbeing Service celebrates first year of delivery
Plans for the future of rail services in the East Midlands that will include more frequent service have been revealed
Rutland County Council has introduced two hours of free car parking in Catmose Car Park on Saturdays.
Rutland County coun Richard Clifton (Con) has resigned as Ward Member for Oakham South West.
Rutland Adult Learning and Skills Service (RALSS) has again been rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted
A sensory garden has been officially opened at Wilds Lodge School in Empingham
Oakham School’s first ever Hackathon was specially designed to encourage and develop students’ problem solving skills and abilities