A traditional blue lamp has been installed at a police beat office - despite criticism.
The leader of a council has expressed her gratitude to residents for taking part in two consultation exercises.
Children, business people, dignitaries and police officers attended a project that will bear fruit for a community for years to come.
A town centre coffee shop has confirmed it will close.
A councillor has accused the previous Conservative administration of a council of being ‘timid’ and ‘indecisive’ on spending.
An unusually-shaped cylindrical house will be built in the open countryside.
An RAF navigator veteran completed a 100-mile trek of the Falkland Islands to support a welfare charity.
Being a leap year baby never felt like something to celebrate when Marva Kilby was a child – but that didn’t stop her from becoming a leap year bride.
A conservationist has laid out much of his life’s work so far in a new book being released today.
Details of a proposed wildlife park with bears, wolves and lynx will go on show in the coming days.
Victory over Netherton sets Uppingham up for match between the top two teams.
High-flying visitors score twice from the spot to send Rutland side to defeat.
First match for five weeks results in a loss for Uppingham.
Masters prize is secured after excellent final event of series.
An acoustic band, comprising four guitarists, is searching for a replacement drummer.
Youngsters are being urged to step forward and get themselves tied up in a piece of their county’s history.
Sometimes a drink costs the sort of silly money that makes you question whether you should neck it or insure it.
The region’s ‘biggest’ wedding show is set to return this weekend – offering inspiration and expert advice to help couples plan their special day.
Could a fashion designer be crowned best in the country for the third time after being nominated for two national awards?
A windscreen technician could be crowned a global champion.
The RNLI has been saving lives at sea for 200 years but it’s a story that started miles from the coast and instead inside the walls of a city pub.
The Royal Mint has unveiled a new commemorative coin to honour 200 years of life-saving service by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
We’ve taken a delve into the archives of our longest existing newspaper and found some pictures from the past.