Journalists from a group of newspapers were forced to move out of their office after heavy rain caused flooding.
It came after thunderstorms and heavy rain battered parts of the UK on Monday night as the heatwave came to a dramatic end.
The paper’s story said: “The editorial team for the Rutland and Stamford Mercury, the Rutland Times and The Local has temporarily moved because of flooding in our office in Sheep Market, Stamford.”
It said journalists could still be contacted on the usual newsdesk email address and also provided readers with a phone number they could use.
It is understood the team were expecting to be back in their Stamford office today.
The newspaper declined to comment on the flooding.