It's as Lincolnshire County Council confirmed yesterday they were pulling out of running 30 libraries.
Age UK say they've heard of a number of cases in the county where people are either not heating homes properly or cutting back on eating.
It's as some staff are walking out as part of industrial action over pay.
The police say it could be due to bad weather on specific days such as Halloween and Bonfire night.
Roads in the town centre will be closed to traffic and people can look forward to the arrival of a steam train just after midday.
Plans for a bomber command memorial to remember airmen based across the Rutland Radio region have had a major boost.
A number of suspicious incidents involving men approaching children's been reported in the Deepings area.
Service will be on every week at the town's library
Rated one of the best in the country
Only one of its kind across the country
There's been a spate of thefts recently
More people are using them than ever
Lincolnshire County Council have been consulting on plans to withdraw funding from 30 libraries in total in a bid to save £2 million a year.
It'll see measures including more education in schools in the Stamford and Bourne area with younger pupils targeted.
Residents in Oakham will today get a chance to look at plans for a new supermarket in the town.
South Kesteven District Council have defended spending £18,000 on housing homeless people in Bed and Breakfasts.
A banned pesticide's been used to kill birds of prey close to the Rutland Radio area.
They've recently returned from Afghanistan
20 year old admitted to 5 charges of arson
Figures out today
Dignitaries, service personnel and members of the public across the Rutland Radio area will gather later to mark Remembrance Sunday.
Firefighters across the Rutland Radio area are joining national strike action and are walking out for four and a half hours tonight.
Diggers have moved in and have been demolishing the old accommodation blocks over the past week or so.
They provide free audits for home owners in a bid to look at how they can be more energy efficient.
Police Support Volunteers will be manning speed guns in an attempt to try and crack down on speeding motorists.
Winds of between 50 and 60 mph are expected as storm St Jude hits the East Midlands.
Over the next year the First Contact bus will go to every location answering queries on most issues from well being to welfare.
It's being done in a bid to capitalise on the growing popularity of cycling in the county
The Knowing You, Knowing Me day care service has been launched by a former social care worker
Incidents of Anti-social behaviour traditionally soar at this time of year.
Officers are particularly concerned because in some cases the bikes haven't been properly locked.
It's as back in August Stuart Porter Antiques in Broad Street, Stamford was put at the centre of an alleged fraud investigation worth hundreds of thousands of pounds.
It was founded two years ago after the death of the red arrows pilot
A man's demanding answers from Rutland County Council after his father's body was involved in a grave mix up.
People in Rutland with questions about Domestic Abuse are being urged to join an online meeting today.
Catmose swimming pool could reopen by January if plans to repair it are given the go ahead.
Schools in Rutland, Stamford and the Deepings are affected with scores of teachers joining picket lines.
People will have the last chance to have their say over the possible closure of the Deepings library.
3 day event has begun
7 Month tour in Afghanistan
Members of the Fire Brigades Union are angry with government plans to make them work until they're sixty.
A dog walker made the grim discovery just before 11 o'clock yesterday morning near to Northfield Road.
Oakham police station will be a key handover centre.
The Rainbows Hospice is the only facility of it's kind in the East Midlands and they're holding an open day today.
The 2nd Battalion the Royal Anglian Regiment paraded at their base at Kendrew Barracks in Rutland earlier today.
Lincolnshire County Council this morning discussed a petition containing 8,000 names against closing the Deepings library along with others.
Eligibility criteria changed
Universal Credit will see means tested benefits being paid out in one payment to families.
Police have launched a murder enquiry after the death of a baby in Baston...
Badgers on two nature reserves belonging to Rutland's wildlife trust will be vaccinated against bovine TB.
Top riders like six time champion William Fox Pitt and last year's winner Andrew Nicholson will be competing.
Lincolnshire County Council's planning commitee has given Elsea Park the green light.
It's claimed local authorities in the Rutland Radio Area have made over £500 from selling people's names and addresses to UK companies.
Planning Minister Nick Boles wants to see more housing suitable for older people built as the number of pensioners increases.
Thousands of people sign a petition
Uppingham's Mark Oxley has left the Lib Dems
GCSEs students considering them instead of A Levels
It's in a bid to stop them from turning into career criminals
People have to be considered as having 'substantial' needs to gain support now and a new charging policy's also been agreed.
Major restructuring plans from East Midlands Ambulance Service including the closing of some ambulance stations are back on.
Burghley House's role as an auxiliary hospital during the First World War will be the subject of an exhibition next year.
Uppingham's market square could see tables and chairs replacing car parking spaces on summer evenings if campaigners get their way.
A woman and a child were taken to hospital after an incident at Melton Cattle Market yesterday.
Despite rural crime being down across the country it's still costing farmers here in the Rutland Radio area thousands of pounds.
30 mm of rain fell in just half an hour meaning drains struggled in parts of the town including Ravel Close.
They're just one of 21 Further Education colleges across the country to be given Government cash to invest in new buildings.
Phil Milligan's announced he was leaving the organisation after nearly two years in the post.
It's against three of its own councillors
It happened at The London Inn just before 10 o'clock on Saturday night during a power cut.
It's after a box at North Luffenham was switched on yesterday, making it the first of it's kind in the East Midlands.
The Keogh report yesterday outlined problems at ULHT and told them to work with a team of experts on improving death rates.
Ketton's playing host to a variety of musicians today as the Witchley Warren festival gets underway.
39 year old Christopher Dawber, formerly of Melbourne Road in the town was caught with nearly 200 indecent images.
Bull running and historical renactments will be on the agenda for the last weekend in September.
People in Rutland will have two new sports halls when works complete on a facility at the former Ashwell Prison site.
The East Midlands in Bloom panel are in the town to see what floral presentations are on offer this year.
Over the next 90 days people in the area can produce business plans to take over the running of the library in Market Deeping.
The planning inspectorate will hold a public inquiry this morning into an ongoing dispute over an Oakham house.
The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust is working with experts from Rutland who have had major success breeding the birds.
The event which came to a close yesterday, brought together a week and a half of music, comedy and poetry.
G4S Contract has saved the force 5 million pounds in the first year
Corporal Dan Twiddy from Stamford suffered serious facial injuries when his tank was mistakenly fired at during an assualt in Iraq in 2003.
Three properties near Peterborough Way, Oakham were affected when a fence was targeted with spray paint.
South Kesteven District Council brought the prosecution against Heidi Blades from Deeping St James.
It'll see offenders coming face to face with their victims to talk it through and get both sides to agree to a suitable punishment.
The Global Poverty Action Fund allows small organisations to put forward ideas about how to help the worlds poorest people.
Mums in Rutland say the birthing unit at Melton must stay open.
Police, EMAS and the Community Heartbeat Trust are working together on the initiative to make them available to local people 24/7.
It's the third time in six months that thieves have broken into Cavells and taken over £30,000 worth of stock.
Officers were called to woodland near Bourne on Saturday night.
As part of the proposal the unit at Leicester's Glenfield Hospital would have been closed.
Nick Boles wants changes to be made so his constituents don't suffer
The Health Secretary's asked an independent body to look into concerns about East Midlands Ambulance Service...
It's the last time the event will be held at Burley on the Hill before it moves to Oakham next year.
There are 100 such properties in the county which are set aside for retired individuals who can't afford their own homes.
The final design for a £3 million memorial to Lincolnshire's Bomber Command has been revealed.
He's left the Daniels just two weeks after they secured promotion to the Evo- Stik Premier.
Drinkers will have a selection of around 40 ciders and perries to sample and there'll be entertainment available from local bands.
Police were called to a newsagents on High Street East yesterday at around 12.50pm.
The three chicks have hatched in total with the final one arriving overnight.
Stamford AFC win sees them into the Evo Stick Premier
The Conservatives agreed a pact with three independents and the three Lib Dem Councillors to control the Council after they lost their overall majority.
Trish Ruddle's just taken over the ceremonial position.
They've made it into the Evostick South play-off final under first time manager Wayne Hatswell.
Voluntary groups and charities in Rutland say they're already being pushed to breaking point as the county council consult on changes being made to adult social care.
He was voted to remain in the post at a meeting last night.
Whilst some badgers are legitimately killed by traffic some of the animals have been dumped by badger baiter's as a cover-up.
Oakham Rugby Club will be playing their final ever games at their current home at the Showground on Barleythorpe Road on Saturday.
Stamford North's Independent Councillor John Hicks could hold the key to the future of Lincolnshire County Council.
Thieves who targeted a Rutland primary school have left pupils devastated.
Stamford Town Council is backing calls for Lincolnshire to have its own ambulance service.
Political parties and candidates in Stamford have just a matter of days to get their message across to potential voters.
The former High Sheriff of Rutland Bart Helier says his time in the role's been a unique opportunity- he's being replaced by Trish Ruddle this month.
Campaigners behind plans for Stamford skatepark say they'll need to look for other sources of funding after missing out on £5,000.
There's been a police crackdown in Oakham- targetted at drivers and passengers for breaking the four fatal laws.
A Bourne school has played host to a royal visitor.
Lincolnshire's Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable have put their differences aside to unveil a 14% drop in local crime.
Leicestershire Police will be working with 2 other forces when it comes to investigating serious road accidents.
A 30 year old woman arrested last week has been moved to Cambridgeshire to be questioned about the murders of Kevin Lee who was 48, John Chapman, 56 and 31 year old Lucas Slabozewski...
28 year old Jamie Winnard knocked his 71 year old victim unconscious at a petrol station near Stoke Rochford...
Since this time last year recorded crime has fallen across Rutland...and Leicestershire... But the figures also show the amount of serious sexual offences reported to officers has gone up by 11%...
Its as Rutland County Council's £2 million funding application was given approval by the Heritage Lottery Fund...
The Housing Minister's given Rutland County Council over £80,000 to help adapt peoples homes...
Neil Rhodes was dropped from his post last month by the county's Police and Crime Commissioner...
Police are linking the recent murders of 3 people near Peterborough.
Lincolnshire's Temporary Chief Constable will return to work this morning, after the decision to suspend him was overruled last week.
SKDC have approved the final management plan after several months of discussion...
Local growers say they're struggling to meet the demand because the harvest's been set back...
Three options were meant to be presented this week, including the redevelopment of the site or the closure of it altogether...
Sainsbury's plans to build a new supermarket in Oakham have been approved.
PCC Alan Hardwick has accused Neil Rhodes of helping another chief officer to wrongly secure compensation in a racial discrimination tribunal...
After a mighty migration from Africa, Rutland's osprey's have started to arrive home
It's hoped it will improve response times
It's as they're having to keep their ewes and lambs undercover rather than turning them out to pasture, meaning they're spending more on feed...
The centre at Leicester Glenfield's due to shut as part of an overhaul of services across the country along with ones in Leeds and London...
A defibrillator's been installed in the old red phone box near the church...
The local involvement network has been pouring over the report into Mid Staffordshire
Alan Hardwick says it's not for Karl McCartney to interfere in the suspension of the Police Chief Constable
Five major units will be re-stationed at Cottesmore and North Luffenham by 2015
There are concerns that the new health watchdog for Rutland won't be ready to monitor services when it takes up its role on April 1st.
Rutland's MP says the county is ready and waiting for extra army troops and their families to move in.
Former Daniels boss Graham Drury has been sacked by Boston United after just 13 games.
Stamford's Citizens Advice Bureau has had to extend its opening hours, after a record number of people have turned to them for advice.
Residents and businesses in Rutland could soon be reaping the benefits of super-fast broadband.
The British Transport Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was spat at on a train...
Police discovered £500,000 worth of cocaine in his music speakers
Renewed links between Peterborough Cathedral and Rutland are being forged this weekend...
The acting Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police has been suspended from duty.
Nick Boles has met with Lord Nash to discuss his concerns over the closure of Corby Glenn school...
The authority have got £33 million to play with over the next few years...
In the past few weeks there's been reports of men flagging down cars and asking for help with petrol money in the Stamford area...
Next week it goes under the hammer but the uncertainty over what will happen to it has worried some locals...
It's after a former chief executive of ULHT broke a gagging order to speak out yesterday...
Currently there's a lack of LIVES volunteers in the Stamford, Bourne and Deepings area...
Discussions are underway with between the town council and Rutland County Council about the possibility of setting up a dial-a-ride service...
Famous race will go ahead after sponsors found
He died in South London
Alan Duncan is pleased by the developments
It's lowest increase across the country
Local people found using substances
Gangs hunting illegally at night
Police in Leicestershire and Rutland are warning people about con artists targeting drivers.
There are concerns closing a rural school north of Stamford, could mean a lack of places for pupils in the future.
Brazil and Russia are the latest countries Lincolnshire and Rutland's firms are looking to do business with...
Crime's down six percent in Rutland but the Chief Constable says cutbacks are still piling on the pressure...
Rutland County Council has completed a deal over the former Ashwell Prison site.
Maternity units used by mums-to-be in the Rutland Radio area could get a share of £25 million worth of funding for improvements.
Gritters have been working overnight to clear roads across Rutland and Stamford, but with snow continuing to fall across much of the area, police are warning of treacherous conditions on the roads.
Snow is causing problems on the roads in Rutland and Stamford.
Rutland County Council is seeking an injunction against three Councillors for alleged harassment...
Developers want to build 164 new homes and a community centre in the north of the town...
Lincolnshire County Council are setting out their budget today, about how best to make savings up until 2015...
Residents in Market Deeping have hit out at the planned closure of a roundabout in the town.
All the offences happened to cars and vans parked on Grampian Way on New Years Eve...
People in the village of Rippingale say they want to see the reasons behind the closure of their doctors surgery...
Four weeks of festivities and 86 people arrested for being over the drink drive limit in Leicestershire and Rutland...
Expectant mums in Lincolnshire are being urged to have the whooping cough vaccine, in a bid to protect their unborn child.
Rutland's MP has been the first Government minister to visit Gaza since a ceasefire was announced in the region last month.
Revised plans for Stamford's long awaited football stadium have been presented to the Town Council.
It is all change for Stamford's 2 football clubs.
An MOD inquiry into the death of the Red Arrows pilot John Egging has concluded more rigorous procedures need to be put in place.
Nearly 2,000 drink drivers have been arrested by Leicestershire and Lincolnshire police in the past year...
The event's organisers need to find £20,000 before the end of January...
Over 800 NHS staff in and around the Rutland Radio area have been assaulted at work in the last year...
The temporary measure will allow them to park outside their homes until a permanent scheme is put into place next May...
It's after five vehicles had their tanks drilled in the early hours of Tuesday morning...
Over a thousand tonnes of waste was destroyed on Sunday at the South Fen Road plant in Bourne...
It's as Lincolnshire County Council officially takes over enforcement from the police...
Firecrews were called to a recycling plant in South Fen Road in Bourne yesterday morning and the blaze wasn't put out until later in the afternoon...
Increase in the region
The gold medallist is in the region today
Report issued on Rutland jails operations
Countryside Campaigners against Stamford MP's plans
The Christmas market started in 1954
People in Stamford want resident's parking permits to be introduced
The Environment Agency says it's not expecting river levels to rise further in the next 24 hours.
A railway sleeper was used by the culprits to force their way into the shop on St Marys Street in the early hours of Wednesday morning...
New College in Stamford and the Brooksby Melton College have benefited from the money...
Senior members of the Church of England in Lincolnshire have spoken out against the decision not to allow women bishops...
All hopes are being pinned on a review into the closure of Leicester's Glenfield children's hospital...
The leader of Rutland County Council says new guidelines on wind turbine applications will give local people more of a voice.
It is claimed as few as 1 in 10 people turned out to vote in the elections for Police and Crime Commissioners across most of England and Wales.
14 candidates face their final day of campaigning for tomorrow's Corby and East Northants by-election.
Roads should be gritted more quickly and effectively in Rutland this winter, thanks to new equipment.
Hundreds are expected at a memorial for a former pupil of Ketton Primary School on Monday.
Parades are being held in most of the main town's in the area with smaller wreath laying ceremonies in outlying villages and communities...
Two young people from Rutland will take part in a debate in Westminster later this year....
A GP practice in Oakham has introduced a new system, to try and speed up the process of seeing a doctor.
A woman's been arrested
Cummins Generator Technologies enters Consultation period
Campaigners say there's new evidence the decision to close a children's heart unit in Leicester is flawed...
Yesterday it emerged John Hayes had made claims that the UK had enough turbines and had been 'peppered' with them across the country...
A final decision on whether Sainsburys builds a new store in Oakham could depend on its proposals on traffic management there...
There's been no sightings so far in the county, and the government have now imposed a ban on imports to stop the outbreak from spreading.
12 year old Pierre Barnes from Grantham was last seen riding off on his bike on an island near Toulon on the Mediterranean coast...
Pierre Barnes, aged 12 and from Grantham, vanished on Saturday after he was caught up in a severe storm during a bike ride on Porquerolles, near Toulon...
A skatepark for Stamford is expected to be up and running by the spring.
An event's being held in Stamford tonight aimed at young motorists...
Independent Mervyn Barrett's announced he's no longer standing for election next month...
Daniel Twiddy from Stamford's in the process of suing the MoD for negligence...
Adam Crampton of no fixed address broke into over 40 homes in Oakham and stole 6 cars...
A Stamford Campaign Group is celebrating the approval of a skate park in the town.
A former RAF site at North Luffenham has been given protected status, to mark the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Tourists will soon be able to have a guided tour of Uppingham, as plans for a Heritage Trail take shape.
She's been shortlisted for the Woman of the Future Awards
Consultations are held on Rutland County Council's local plan.
The Local Authority will determine it's fate next week
Stamford man appears in court, after assaulting two pets
Multi-million pound plans outlined to improve public transport in the area
Local authorities in the East Midlands have seen an 11% rise in the last three years...
Organisers of Stamford's annual apple day have made a desperate plea for the public to help out...
A number of teachers at schools in Lincolnshire and Rutland are starting a work to rule today...
The Deepings Academy School has secured a grant of £2 million for essential refurbishment of three main blocks...
With sponsorship difficult to secure currently and plans for a new stadium the club believes current crowd levels are unsustainable...
People are being urged to come forward and have their say on the latest stage of Uppingham's Neighbourhood Plan
A Stamford man who fractured his wife's eye socket during an argument has been jailed.
Nearly 150 people have been arrested in a crackdown on burglary across Leicestershire and Rutland in the last month.
A burglar who targeted a Stamford property has been handed a 4 year prison sentence.
The broadband revolution is growing apace in Rutland.
A brother and sister from Bourne have both reached the regional finals of a national singing competition...
The body of 42 year old Neil Corby was found in a ground floor flat in Gaol Street on Thursday morning...
A man's body was found in a property on Gaol Street this morning...
A Deepings councillor, standing for election to be Lincolnshire's first Police and Crime Commisioner has been forced to stand down.
Campaigners delighted with Council's decision
Two Rutland towns are celebrating wins in the East Midlands in Bloom competition.
Rural areas hit the hardest
Local community invited to have their say by the local authority
Despite a climate of cutbacks the winter emergency budget for both Lincolnshire and Rutland County Councils will remain the same this year...
The Health Secretary will now review the decision to close Leicester's childrens heart surgery unit...
The farm's owners, Andy and Tracey Ferrie were arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm following the alleged break-in - they have been released on bail...
December will see a bid go in for £2 million of Lottery funding...
Two raiders were shot near to Melton on Sunday...
£5.5 million was spent converting the former Barleythorpe Conference Centre into a state of the art education facility...
Residents say they could be forced to protest if progress isn't made on a parking permit scheme in Stamford...
Police are concerned there could be a spate of them in Rutland over the next few days...
Thousands are flocking to Rutland's renowned Bird Fair this weekend.
Students across Rutland have been getting their A Level and AS Level results.
Sarah Outen had a traumatic experience earlier this year
A woman has been arrested in connection with the unsolved murder of a man in Uppingham 12 years ago.
The plans for a turbine on North Luffenham Road were due to be discussed by the county council at a meeting last night...
As there's a hike in global food prices grain experts in Lincolnshire and Rutland warn of the effect to local farmers and consumers...
Social networking has been adopted by police in Rutland to keep people up to date on things happening in the area...
Figure's released show dramatic differences
Residents delighted with the development
Older drivers are being given the chance to refresh their driving skills in Rutland.
A Rutland woman has been jailed for £130,000 benefit fraud.
A mum in Oakham is appealing for help in finding her son who has gone missing.
Stamford Foodbank is already helping families, despite only opening a week ago.
It is reported thousands of people have decended on a Rutland village for an illegal rave.
More people are being urged to have their say on plans for a new supermarket in Oakham.
Police are re-opening their investigation in to the murder of a man in Uppingham almost 12 years ago...
A young man who died after being hit by a train near to Stamford earlier this week has been named.
Ambulance stations will be closed in North East Lincolnshire, as part of plans to improve response times.
The emergency services were called to the line between Stamford and Tinwell but the man died at the scene near to Stamford.
The park at Rutland Water has been given a Green Flag.
Proposals outlined for a supermarket in Oakham
Three areas highlighted in patient assesment
Doctors in 14 clinics, including one in Peterborough, broke the law by pre-signing abortion documents before assessing patients.
A Bourne man has been bailed in connection with a quarter of a million pound drugs seizure.
It has been announced Rutland's first major music festival has been cancelled.
Dairy farmers are warning that cuts to milk prices are threatening to drive them out of business.
NHS say there won't be any compulsory redundancies
Area sees a dip in construction work
First time buyers in Stamford and South Lincolnshire are being given a helping hand getting onto the property ladder.
Report shows people in Rutland pay much more than the national average
Patients who use Leicester's Glenfield Hospital will be affected
Organisers want it to be Eco-friendly
TV's Time Team have been in Rutland this week.
A Red Rover 400 was travelling on the southbound carriageway towards Stamford when a collision occured with a Vauxhall vectra travelling in the opposite direction.
The local NHS trust is looking at moving blood and urine analysis from Stamford to Peterborough but says patient services won't be affected.
Schools, Churches and business' have been involved in the scheme which will help to stop local people from going hungry.
His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales is to attend this years show...
Two men, who grew and sold cannabis in Oakham have been jailed...
More awareness is needed in Rutland as the amount of people diagnosed rises
Church of England representatives within Lincolnshire are calling for greater debate when it comes to the issue of gay marriage...
Oakham Boarding house targetted again
The Queen's birthday honours have been unveiled and among the favoured few is a community volunteer from Oakham.
The fight continues for the Lincolnshire sausage to get protected status.
Sarah Outen's now safe following a rescue mission.
Lincolnshire County Council set a new criteria
Scheme to target drink driving
Agricultural crime is still one of Lincolnshire Police's top priorities.
Beacons will be lit across Rutland this evening to mark the Diamond Jubilee.
They might have missed out in the first round, but Oakham and Uppingham are resubmitting their portas pilot bid...
Rutlands carers could soon lose one of their most valuable lifelines...
An action group opposed to a windfarm being built at Whissendine are meeting tonight...
Rutland is still in the running to get nearly 5 million pounds of funding to improve transport in the county...
Promises are made to improve it
Claire Lomas inspired the country when she did the London marathon
The two Towns have failed in their bid to secure the status.
Barnsdale Gardens have outshone the competition...
Rutland's teenagers are being encouraged to get involved with the county's citizenship programme.
New state of the art technology is being used by police in Rutland to crack down on shoplifters and thieves.
The former Ashwell Prison could be turned in to a business park...
Computer users in Rutland are being promised some of the fastest broadband speeds in the country...
The RSPCA have put the problem down to high costs of keeping a horse and along with the bottom falling out of the market.
People are already asking for help from Stamford's foodbank before it's even opened its doors.
The village of Heydour just outside Grantham has been given money to help build a community centre.
Mike Burnett lands the job
Parts of Rutland are no longer in drought, following the wettest April on record.
Hope for jobs at risk
Bucking national trend
They join 400,000 people accross the country
Council outlining criteria for companies applications
Part of a one million pound re-vamp
Unexpected rise in interest
Volunteers being encouraged to come forward
The people behind Stamford's big feast are making a plea to the public...
Oakham Rugby Club start fundraising for new facilities...
Despite only being formed just under a year agom members of the Rutland Liberal and Independent Democrat group have decided to call it a day and disband.
A Rutland rower's around the world trip has been postponed because of bad weather conditions.
Rail passengers will face a second day of strike action in parts of Lincolnshire.
Residents in Langham have raised concerns about plans to build a renewable energy plant in the village.
The Rutland to Melton Cicle Classic went ahead, despite the foul conditions yesterday.
It's claimed drivers in the Stamford area will be among the hardest hit if a fuel duty rise goes ahead as planned.
The event's aimed at 16-24 year olds.
The former RAF base has been renamed the Kendrew Barracks after the late Major General Sir Douglas Kendrew.
There are claims tradespeople in Rutland aren't being given enough information about the Government's planned 'Green Deal.'
The torch has passed through Rutland and Stamford as part of a practice for the real thing in July.
High end fashion retailer Acquascutum told staff they'd be losing their jobs yesterday and not to expect any wages at the end of this month.
Bourne's football club have started a petition against plans for a skate park in the town.
There'll be rolling out road closures in Langham, Uppingham, Oakham and Stamford tomorrow afternoon as the convoy passes through.
Stamford's street pastors say the town's streets are a lot safer on Saturday nights since they started.
It happened on the Number 19 service following a collision between the bus and a car on the afternoon of Monday March 26th.
The road between Braunston and Oakham's been closed while Severn Trent carries out repairs.
It's after suggestions from the government that rules to stop children skipping school should be toughened.
The Road Safety Clinic recorded 17 people who were breaking the law whilst they were driving such as using a mobile phone.
Three hotels have had the new technology installed and it's hoped it'll bring more tourists to the region.
We had as much rainfall on Wednesday as in the entire first three months of this year.
After 74 years as an air base, the flag at RAF Cottesmore has been lowered for the final time.
Peterborough and Stamford Hospital NHS Trust say they want to increase outpatient services and up the quality of care.
It's after Ministers failed to make changes to fuel duty increases and ignored pleas for tax relief for farms using resevoirs.
The county council wants 90% of homes and businesses to have superfast broadband and voted this week to give the contract to BT.
On Wednesday 24 year old Captain Rupert Bowers was killed in an explosion in Helmand province.
It's following one of the driest winters on record.
49 people have lost their jobs at Bowmans, based in Cherryholt Street in the town.
They were found in a pond at Castle Bytham on the Lincolnshire/ Rutland border.
Thirteen more people are out of work in the county compared to last month.
Euro MP Glenis Willmott expresses concern over misleading food labelling...
Plans for a petrol station in Oakham have been submitted to the Council...
The public are invited to have their say about Uppingham's Town Plan...
Police are continuing to investigate a robbery in Oakham on Boxing day.
Carolyn Cartwright won the seat on Rutland County Council in Thursday's by-election.
It's as the authority are undecided over whether to accept a grant from central government.
Police are continuing to investigate after a group of men were robbed at knifepoint in Oakham.
Police are warning drivers in Stamford to keep an eye on their Sat Navs after a spate of thefts in the town...
There's been a positive drop in the amount of Primary school children classed as obese in Rutland...