Two town bookshops are set to reopen on June 1, helping to restart the high street economy.
Numbers receiving support from the Job Centre is up by more than 50 per cent in Rutland and 44 per cent in South Kesteven.
The founder of a gift business has produced a tea towel that shopping website Amazon is using to raise money for the NHS.
Government advice posters have been published, hoping to keep workplaces safe when they reopen.
Rutland Cycling is setting up a pop-up shop and workshop in Oakham.
The branch of Starbucks on the A1 at Wittering is one of the drive thrus that has reopened.
Barnsdale Gardens has reopened its nursery and anyone who buys plants will be able to get free access to the gardens.
A multi-million pound support package has been announced by Stonegate Pub Company for pubs within its Ei Group.
The Rutland MP has built a coalition of 55 MPs to call on Britain’s largest pub landlord to cancel rents during the pandemic.
Shoppers at Tesco could be asked to queue in their cars instead of lining up outside if the weather is cold or wet.
A viewpoint by Alicia Kearns, MP for Rutland.