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Trustees of a community hub hope to expand their reach within the community.
Iliffe Media, owner of Rutland & Stamford Mercury and its sister titles, is opening its journalism apprentice scheme again.
The A1 Stadium Diner on Bourne Road, Colsterworth, is set to expand after plans were submitted to South Kesteven District Council.
South Kesteven District Council leader Kelham Cooke has won a leadership challenge to stay in position.
A couple are appealing for funds and donations ahead of their trip from to Ukraine, where they will visit a refugee centre on the Polish border.
As RHS Chelsea Flower Show gets underway, business owners are hoping their trade will blossom.
South Kesteven District Council is working to help residents serve safe food across the Jubilee celebrations.
Police say they hope the community can take 'reassurance and confidence' from their operation to catch a paedophile.
A man who admitted a string of sexual offences after being caught by a "decoy" at a church was today (Friday) jailed for four years and eight months.
A 70-year-old man has been handed a suspended sentence for fly-tipping.
Young people swimming in a river have been reported for trespassing.
A man who survived a cardiac arrest thanks to the fast actions of those around him wants defibrillators to be more readily available.
Two further covid deaths have been recorded in the area.
A former tae kwon-do world champion has described his new home as a ‘fairytale ending’ to the ‘horrific nightmare’ of losing a leg.
A bus company has slammed Anglian Water's 'abysmal' traffic management after a road was closed without warning.
Anglian Water is shuting a road for up to three days while engineers fix a pipe.
A new road system could be introduced on a town centre route.
Passengers could face travel chaos this summer if plans for a national rail strike go ahead.
The candidates in the five constituencies covered by the Mercury have been officially announced tonight - find out who they are.
More than 300 refugees from the war in Ukraine are now making new lives in Lincolnshire – and 10 times that number could eventually settle here.
Staff and pupils are celebrating their school being recognised for its commitment to diversity.
Children aged five to 11 years can receive a covid jab at a town school.
Deaf children who attended lessons at a pool that closed to the public have found a new home.