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22 min ago | WGNS-AM Murfreesboro
Rutherford County's Cripple Creek Cloggers just returned from a festival in England.
4 hrs ago | Berwick Advertiser
Two flashing speed signs are set to be installed on the entrances to Wooler to try to tackle speeding on the A697 through the village.
8 hrs ago | The News Item
The row officers who filed a lawsuit against the county after their salaries were cut and their insurance premiums were raised last fall have won a preliminary injunction because the county failed to file a brief on time.
Thieves have stolen sentimental possessions of a soldier who died while serving in the British Army from her brother's house in Northumberland.
A young mother whose first baby died of cot death five years ago has organised a day of family fun today to raise cash for the charity that helped her cope.
A total of 82 per cent of Year 11 students secured A*-C grades in English Language while 76 per cent secured a top grade in maths.
A family were rescued, suffering from hypothermia, shock and having swallowed saltwater, after being washed out to sea while body boarding on the Northumberland coast.
The young volunteers are in libraries in Whitley Bay, Wallsend and Killingworth's White Swan Centre to run the Summer Reading Challenge.
Heart-swap schoolgirl Rachel Hooley has made it to the final of an international competition for her support of organ donation Inspirational heart transplant girl Rachel Hooley has made it to the final of a global competition for her support of organ donation.
The small Northumberland town of Haltwhistle, close to Hadrian's Wall, has created a tourism industry around its claim to be at the centre of Britain.
MP Sir Alan Beith pressed the case for A1 dualling at a meeting in Morpeth today organised by the Department of Transport and Highways Agency officials.
Last week, North Tyneside Council announced plans to knock down the Boardwalk Cafe, on Watts Slope, Whitley Bay, as part of plans to regenerate the seafront.
Eight-year-old Cameron Cullen, from Hulne Park, is one of a number of children in the final programme of ITV's Kids with Cameras series.
Steven Beaty has been appointed as community development manager and will be engaging with schools and community groups to help increase the growing participation in the sport.
Roger Howell, at the back door of his home in Hexham where the break in happened.
Four youths who were swept out to sea along with a man who tried to save them have been rescued off the Northumberland coast by lifeboat crews.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 01:20 pm
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