Residents at Tallington Lakes have joined in with a rousing rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone.
A councillor is condemning the behaviour of a small number of residents who have directed verbal abuse at waste crews while out collecting bins.
A teacher making thousands of visors for NHS staff and other frontline workers is asking for the community's help.
A bright comet which is about half the size of the sun, will be visible in the night sky this month.
A concert that was due to come to Burghley House near Stamford for the first time this Summer has been postponed.
A drop in the number of consultations at Oakham Urgent Care Centre based at Rutland Memorial Hospital has led to its closure.
A doctor who believes there is a prescribable treatment for people with coronavirus is calling on the Government for it to be trialled.
A supermarket chain has announced it is lifting temporary restrictions on many of its products as stock availability has now improved.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has today revealed a grant of up to £2,500 a month for self-employed people but they can't get it until June.
A farm park has come up with a way to keep the business running and help families beat the corona blues.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man in his 30s received a facial injury during an assault.
For victims of domestic abuse, being in the home with their partner for days on end is a very daunting prospect.
The police forces which cover the Rutland, Stamford, Bourne and the Deepings area have all issued statements about coronavirus.
A new inspector will oversee changes to policing in Rutland.
Experts at Public Heath England are continuing to monitor the cornonavirus outbreak which started in Wuhan, China.
Leaftlets detailing a community help scheme will be distributed to every home in a town by this weekend in wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
A county council has defended its bus service and said it recognises "the difficulties" of rural transport.
The Yorkshireman will run through Rutland hauled by steam locomotive Union of South Africa.
A main road in Stamford will be closed this week because of puddling on a school field.
The candidates in the five constituencies covered by the Mercury have been officially announced tonight - find out who they are.
A council leader has given an update on work being done to support the government’s guidance on shielding vulnerable people from coronavirus.
A second school in the area has joined the fight against coronavirus by making face shields.
A primary school teacher has spoken about a ‘challenging’ and ‘exhausting’ few days keeping an eye her own class as well as her two children.
These are all the people who will be still able to send their children to school from Monday