Wednesday Jul 16
Time to choose your Cafe of the Year
There's nothing British people love better than the smell of frying bacon and sizzling sausages.
Wednesday Jul 16
Beautiful border work lands best in show prize
Whether it's football, bowls, cage fighting, fencing, tennis, fishing, golf, wrestling, darts, snooker, cricket, boxing, or anything else, we want to hear what the residents of Hinckley Bosworth have been playing at Resin - made up of Sime, James, Chez, Sev and Danny - will be performing at the renowned Bloodstock festival in August as well as ... (more)
Parade's return got party spirit started
Between 2,000 and 3,000 revellers turned out for one of the town' most popular events of the year on Saturday.
Schools proud to earn anti-bullying awards
Leicestershire County Council has given charter marks to schools which demonstrated that anti-bullying work is carried out throughout the year.
Chris and Tony scoop gold at garden show
A garden designer from the Lutterworth area scooped a gold award and the coveted Best in Show title at this year's Gardeners' World Live event.
Year 12 students broaden their horizons
From left,Alex Hunt and Joe Hickie, being interviewed by John Williams during the Year 12 Enrichment Week at Robert Smyth Academy Lower sixth-form students from Harborough's Robert Smyth Academy tried out something new for the first time during the school's annual Enrichment Week.
Legal firm appoints tax expert Kate as its branch manager
Kate Godber has become part of the tax and trusts team and is now the branch manager for the Edward Hands & Lewis' Market Harborough office, having previously been with Shakespeares.
VIDEO: Foxton Locks festival
Organisersof this year's Foxton Locks Festival weekend have said it was easily the best one in the event's history.
Big family fun day being held in town in August
A big family fun day is being held in Market Harborough on Sunday, August 3, at the town's rugby club by the Harborough Against Bullying group.
Fair's 1940s-style tea room was a big hit
The sun shone when St Nicholas and St Hugh's churches in Harborough held their combined annual June fair on the Little Bowden village green on Saturday.