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Suzanne Moon became the news editor of the Rutland and Stamford Mercury, the Bourne Local and the Rutland Times in 2019, having previously held the role for the Mercury.

Festival brings a heady mix of beer, music and shopping

21 June 2022
Festival brings a heady mix of beer, music and shopping

Festival brings a heady mix of beer, music and shopping

21 June 2022

A two-day event saw thousands of people enjoy midsummer fun set to music.


A1 to close for 10 hours

09 June 2022
A1 to close for 10 hours

A1 to close for 10 hours

09 June 2022

A major road closure will mean diversions for drivers.


Sugar lorry destroyed by fire on A1

07 June 2022
Sugar lorry destroyed by fire on A1

Sugar lorry destroyed by fire on A1

07 June 2022

A lorry that caught fire on the A1 was carrying sugar.


Conmen 'pretending to work for council'

01 June 2022
Conmen 'pretending to work for council'

Conmen 'pretending to work for council'

01 June 2022

Trading Standards is investigating reports of a company touting for tarmacking business by claiming to work for the county's highways team.


Frustration as Ukrainian children refused chance to travel to the UK

16 May 2022
Frustration as Ukrainian children refused chance to travel to the UK

Frustration as Ukrainian children refused chance to travel to the UK

16 May 2022

People have been left feeling “ashamed of being British” after UK immigration services vetoed their efforts to rehome young Ukrainian refugees.


Spring covid boosters are available in village hall

30 April 2022
Spring covid boosters are available in village hall

Spring covid boosters are available in village hall

30 April 2022

A community building is being turned into a vaccination centre for the day.


Man admits causing death of care worker

20 April 2022
Man admits causing death of care worker

Man admits causing death of care worker

20 April 2022

A 28-year-old who admitted causing the death of a young woman will be sentenced at crown court.


Most Lincolnshire children receive first-choice school place

19 April 2022
Most Lincolnshire children receive first-choice school place

Most Lincolnshire children receive first-choice school place

19 April 2022

One out of 100 children did not receive a place at their parent or carers' preferred primary schools this year.


Firefighters called to village home

02 March 2022
Firefighters called to village home

Firefighters called to village home

02 March 2022

An emergency crew from Corby Glen Fire Station attended a chimney fire.


Man in court accused of rape of boy

28 February 2022
Man in court accused of rape of boy

Man in court accused of rape of boy

28 February 2022

A Grantham man has been remanded into custody on three charges of raping a seven-year-old.


Warning after increase in Land Rover Defender thefts reported

28 February 2022
Warning after increase in Land Rover Defender thefts reported

Warning after increase in Land Rover Defender thefts reported

28 February 2022

Police in Lincolnshire have seen an increase in reports of Land Rover Defenders being targeted for thefts.


Businesses can help to support air ambulance and cancer charities.

25 February 2022
Businesses can help to support air ambulance and cancer charities.

Businesses can help to support air ambulance and cancer charities.

25 February 2022

A council chairman is calling for donations of charity raffle prizes.


Wingman Rory Underwood helps launch club

25 February 2022
Wingman Rory Underwood helps launch club

Wingman Rory Underwood helps launch club

25 February 2022

A former England rugby captain and RAF pilot who set up business in Lincolnshire has shared his tips.


Council spent £37,000 on seven meetings

25 February 2022
Council spent £37,000 on seven meetings

Council spent £37,000 on seven meetings

25 February 2022

Social distancing measures resulted in a council spending money hiring a sports hall it owns.

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MP could lose town in shake-up

22 February 2022
MP could lose town in shake-up

MP could lose town in shake-up

22 February 2022

A proposal to change the shape of the parliamentary boundaries has resulted in mixed reactions across the area.

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'Alternative budget' proposed for county

18 February 2022
'Alternative budget' proposed for county

'Alternative budget' proposed for county

18 February 2022

Councillors on the shadow executive of Lincolnshire County Council are arguing for a lower rise in council tax.

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Rugby legend Rory Underwood to speak about his business

18 February 2022
Rugby legend Rory Underwood to speak about his business

Rugby legend Rory Underwood to speak about his business

18 February 2022

Former British Lions captain will talk about his Lincolnshire-based business.


Pupils plant trees grown in Sherwood Forest

13 February 2022
Pupils plant trees grown in Sherwood Forest

Pupils plant trees grown in Sherwood Forest

13 February 2022

The Bythams Primary School marked the Queen’s jubilee celebrations with a tree-planting ceremony.


A1 to close for resurfacing

04 February 2022
A1 to close for resurfacing

A1 to close for resurfacing

04 February 2022

Drivers are being warned that the A1 northbound will be closed overnight for 12 weeks.


Police no longer hunting for 'suspicious man'

28 January 2022
Police no longer hunting for 'suspicious man'

Police no longer hunting for 'suspicious man'

28 January 2022

A police case has been dropped after a man thought to have behaved suspiciously was found to be a taxi driver.


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