Businesses are being given the chance to rent a shop for a day so they don't have to commit to a long lease.
The British Geological Survey have confirmed it struck the region just before 8 o'clock and measured 3.5 in magnitude.
Police in Rutland say a rise in crime may be because outsiders are targeting the County.
People in Rutland and parts of Lincolnshire experienced an earth tremor this morning.
A petition calling for major investment in a play area in Bourne has received 135 signatures in just a week.
Day care centres for the elderly in Rutland look likely to close with the Council saying they simply can't justify the cost.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
The East Leicestershire and Rutland Commisioning group's been holding drop in sessions in Uppingham, Oadby, Oakham and Lutterworth over the past few weeks.
But they want another at Thurlby
The base hasn't seen any aircraft use it since the famous Harrier was axed back in 2010.
Police say a nine year old boy is fighting for his life in hospital.
Rob was recognised by the High Sheriff this morning.
The organisation Healthwatch Rutland have set up a centre in the town's Citizens Advice Bureau on Oakham's High Street.
It could help improve transport links and opportunities in the county
Petiton's launched against Kier homes plans
40 companies are at the event today
They're going to Westminster next week
Jade Etherington's been on a tour of the town's schools.
Increased workload, less pay and changes to pensions - that's why some teachers in the Rutland Radio area have decided to walk out today
After a number of cases of threatening doorstep criminals operating in part of the Rutland Radio area - a project's been launched to tackle the issue.
Disabled and visually impaired people say their obstructing their way but traders say they're necessary to attract custom.
Residents in Greetham are calling for the speed limit to be reduced through their village to stop accidents.
The property has been empty since 2006, but a new deal would see it being turned into a housing development.
Stamford hospital could turn to private investors to save them from financial collapse.
It moved sites in January and now has more serving stations to cut down customer waiting times.
It received the money from the Biffa award - who help communities by sponsoring projects across the country.
Business owners say they will miss out on trade as maintenance work means Oakham level crossing will temporarily close.
Parents in Rutland could claim up to £1200 of their childcare costs back.
Burglars drove into the Martins store in High Street East in the early hours of yesterday morning.
A high court judge approved the move which will see Lincolnshire County Council's decision to withdraw funding from 32 libraries challenged.
It's down nationally
Migrated to Africa last year
It will assist people suffering from long term illness
Campaigners are meeting with representatives from the Department for Education today to discuss the plans.
Campaigners who want a new bridge at Tallington crossing are not being backed by their MP. Nick Boles has said although he can understand the frustration - the project is too expensive at a time when cuts still need to be made.
The post office in Uppingham has undergone a dramatic makeover. The facility is benefiting from a new modern open plan interior.
A care centre in Oakham is to increase its opening hours to deal with people who need urgent treatment.
It's as the service is going to be delivered by an alternative provider meaning there won't be wardens on hand.
The number of people smoking in Stamford and the surrounding area is still above the national average.
Jade Etherington and her guide Caroline Powell claimed bronze in the Super G earlier this morning.
The CLA say they welcome the introduction of higher fines for fly- tippers.
Joanna Dennehy controversially changed her plea in court back in November
Pop up prison visiting schools and youth clubs in the county
Figures show it's happening in this area too
Locals received the letter asking them to look out for any unusual behaviour.
Rutland County Council will be working closer with other authorities in a bid to save money.
Rutland is one of the most expensive places in the country for childcare.
Received 54 years between them
40 year old Sarah Lawrence of Grampian Way, Oakham will appear for a preliminary hearing at Leicester Crown Court this morning.
Stocken Prison near Stretton is currently looking for people who can take up the special role.
Its been set up by the Stamford Town Team as they're trying to preserve the town's high street.
The funding will be used to improve the sports centre at Oakham Enterprise Park.
Rutland County Council have met to discuss how their budget will be spent.
A woman who was arrested in connection with a suspected stabbing in Oakham yesterday will appear before magistrates later.
A man remains in hospital this morning after being stabbed at a block of flats in Rutland yesterday.
Leicestershire and Lincolnshire Police are set to join up with other forces in the East Midlands when it comes to providing specialist services.
There are claims Tallington's problem with traffic can only be fully solved if Lincolnshire County Council spends £5 million on a bypass.
The raid saw windows smashed in and chickens let lose at the site on Pilings Road.
It's hoped a trail charting British Racing Motor's heritage in Bourne can teach and inspire future generations.
Rutland is gearing up to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Ci-CLE Classic.
Three men wearing balaclavas burst into McDonalds on Lincoln Road, Glinton just before midnight on December 22nd last year.
There aren't enough school places for children in the town
Slight increase for people from the area.
Vale Judo club will be using facilities at the town's new Business Enterprise Park.
Dave Johnson was at home when two men in balaclavas broke in and assaulted him.
Campaigners in Tallington say they'll continue to press for a bypass despite being told there's little chance of funding in the foreseeable future.
Investigations are continuing this morning into the death of a man hit by a freight train near Ketton.
Villagers want extra safety measures to be put in place after two girls were hit by a minibus on the road at Thurlby last week.
Plans to build a new shop in the village of Ketton has been met with criticism by residents there.
Community group Uppingham First believes there's public demand for such a service which would take people around the town similar to the one in Oakham.
Rutland has an ageing population
Meeting to be held to discuss solutions
Local people are un-happy with the proposals
Restored by lunch time of Thursday 9th January
John Nimmo from South Shields and Isabella Sorley from Newcastle-upon-Tyne targeted Caroline Criado-Perez after her successful campaign for Jane Austen to appear on England's new £10 note.
Roof expected to take 9 weeks
According to a national table