A food manufacturer is creating new jobs in a move set to boost the local economy.
A traditional fish and chip shop has been recognised as one of the best in the business.
Many excited business owners are set to open their doors to the public as the ‘shop local’ message is emphasised more than ever.
Gyms and leisure centres are preparing to reopen their doors after lockdown, for what owners hope will be the last time.
Customers at a village pub have welcomed news that their food will be served from a police riot van.
People will soon be able to bid goodbye to their corona cut and have a well-deserved pampering as beauty salons and hairdressers prepare to reopen.
From beer gardens reopening to barbers once again cutting hair, there will be further easing of lockdown restrictions next week. Here's what changes.
Matthew Upex, from Market Deeping based accountancy firm Moore Thompson, writes his regular column.
Alongside the lockdown closures there have been new business launches and investment in Bourne
Landlords across the area are busy getting premises prepared as many pubs will soon be serving customers a long-awaited pint or favourite tipple.
Optimism mixed with caution is the feeling as town centre shops and businesses locked down by pandemic prepare for April 12 reopening.
Accountancy firm Moore Thompson has welcomed new recruits from a variety of backgrounds as it looks to expand its services.
Il Mulino has been in the pipeline for three years and will become the town's first Italian restaurant.
Shoppers from Stamford, Rutland, Bourne and The Deepings will now have to travel further afield if they want browse at John Lewis.
High streets across South Kesteven are set to receive a boost through the Welcome Back Fund.