Tuesday May 14
Girl found in holiday park lake dies
A toddler found in a lake at a Northamptonshire holiday park more than two months ago has died in hospital.
Tuesday May 14
Service in Northampton will mark 60th anniversary of armistice of Korean War
A service of commemoration to mark soldiers from Northamptonshire who died in the Korean War will be held in Northampton next month.
Sat May 11, 2013
Sailor rescued after falling into Pitsford Reservoir
A sailor who fell into Pitsford Reservoir was rescued by a fisherman amid a large-scale operation launched by the emergency services.
Thu May 09, 2013
Consultation on two NHS services will 'improve quality and efficiency'
The future of NHS services for patients with nervous system and brain conditions will be decided by a consultation launched today THe NHS review is taking place on residential respite for people with neuro-degenerative conditions, including the Favell House respite centre in Northampton.
Wed May 08, 2013
Peter Murphy: Burning From the Inside
Few movements of the rock-and-roll era have proved as vital or influential as the British post-punk scene of the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Northamptonshire Police crackdown on speeding and drivers using mobile phones behind the wheel
These areas will include Abington Park Crescent, Broad Street and Harlestone Road in Northampton, Ashby Road and Western Avenue in Daventry, Watling Street in Towcester, Deeble Road in Kettering and Moulton Lane in Boughton.
Tue May 07, 2013
How the Russians came to Hogwarts
The number of Russians at British private schools is rising as the rarefied world of Harry Potter is increasingly seen as a fashionable passport to a better life Call me George a 11-year-old Gosha Nikolayev at Maidwell Hall prep school, Northampton.
Mon May 06, 2013
U-turn after big spike in council tax
Residents who were angered by a steep increase in their council tax bills have been told they will come back down again.
Wed May 01, 2013
Drinkers' field hospital in Northampton put on hold
A 'field hospital' to deal with drunken injuries in Northampton town centre has been put on hold after it was underused by patients.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
VIDEO: Mums in Northampton lament loss of 'irreplaceable' service
Mums who have gained life-changing support to care for their babies have spoken at their sadness at the closure of the Northampton Baby Cafe.
Call for courts to give fewer prison terms
The Howard League for Penal Reform has published figures showing that magistrates in Northamptonshire are four times more likely to hand down jail terms than courts elsewhere.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Children as victims of superstition
Conjecture, bias, superstition, fossilised cultural beliefs, skewed interpretation of the scriptures and information deficits continue to inform attitudes toward new ideas.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Robbers jailed for 11 years
TWO men have been jailed for a combined prison sentence of more then 11 years following a series of robberies - one of which was in Daventry.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Hundreds of people in Northampton to see cut in council tax bills
Hundreds of residents in Hardingstone and West Hunsbury whose council tax bills rocketed this year will now have them reduced.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Celebrations after Northamptonshire village raises A 100k
Residents of Gayton, near Northampton, started fund-raising in 2004 to get the money together to make a series of renovations to St Mary's Church.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Roadside litter collections resume
Litter collecting has resumed on dual carriageways in Northampton after being suspended over an incident four months ago that left a contractor injured.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
Pair involved in conspiracy to rob shops in Norfolk, Suffolk and...
Two men involved in a series of robberies in Norfolk, Suffolk and Northamptonshire have bent sent to prison for a combined sentence of over 11 years.
Northamptonshire housing expansion plans criticised
The West Northamptonshire Joint Planning Unit has said 20,000 new houses should be built across Northampton, Daventry and Towcester by 2026.
Northampton magistrates four times more likely to jail criminals than rest of UK
Magistrates in Northamptonshire are four times more likely to send someone to prison than courts in other parts of the country, figures reveal today.