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Gangs of children throwing objects from bridge over busy Northamptonshire road
Police said there had been four incidents in the past month, with the latest taking place on the A45 near Earls Barton at about 9pm on Sunday.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Northwest Choral Society to Present 'Crowning Jewels' May 10
PARK RIDGE, IL, March 14, 2014 – The Northwest Choral Society , under the direction of artistic director Alan Wellman, will present “Crowning Jewels – Music of Britain's Choral Revival” on Sunday, May 10, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. at the Grace Episcopal Church in Oak Park.
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DECEMBER 18: Amazon shipments in the packet and parcel section of the Royal Mail's Swan Valley mail centre on December 18, 2013 in Northampton, England.
Cambridge Evening News
Paedophile hunt man killed himself
At an inquest held today into Mr Parkes' death on June 2, 2013, the senior coroner for Northamptonshire Anne Pember recorded a verdict of suicide, with cause of death as hanging.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
NHS: Reports of Northampton General Hospital administration threat are untrue
The NHS has moved to quash reports that it has considered whether Northampton General Hospital could be put into administration because of financial concerns.
Man killed himself following arrest for grooming
A Daventry man killed himself just days after being arrested by police on suspicion of grooming an underage person online and then trying to meet them for sex.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Richard Castle sentenced to 16 years in prison for sex with a minor.
An Englishman was sentenced to 16 years in prison after flying to the Miami Valley to have sex with a minor.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
New York Daily News
Clown-related crimes soar in parts of England
A person allegedly going around Northampton England dressed as a clown is seen on a Facebook page dedicated to spotting the individuals and, as police say, sparking fear in residents.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Novel Mode of Capturing a Heron
Hardwicke's Science-Gossip was a monthly publication that brought science to the masses.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Plans for 1,000 houses on edge of Northampton set to be approved
Plans to build 1,000 houses, a primary school, shops and office units on the edge of Northampton are due to be discussed by Northampton Borough Council's planning committee tonight.
Gold jewellery stolen after Northampton burglary
A large quantity of gold jewellery has been stolen after a burglary at a house in the Southfields area of Northampton.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Inquest finds "systematic failure" by Northamptonshire Police to protect domestic abuse victims
Northamptonshire Police has been criticised for a "systematic failure" to effectively protect victims of domestic abuse following a five-week inquest into the death of a pensioner who died after an arson attack at her home six years ago.
Northampton's new bus station prepares for opening
Northampton's new bus station will open to the first passengers this weekend, signalling the end of Greyfriars Bus Station.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Action group says there's 'one month to save Northampton'
Ordinary Northampton people could force a halt to plans for thousands of new houses in the town if they speak out in the next three weeks, action groups have said.
Northampton film festival moves to Errol Flynn Filmhouse
Award-winning movie competition, Film Northants, has today announced its annual red carpet ceremony will be held at a new venue after agreeing a partnership with the Errol Flynn.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Man killed wife and self on birthday
The bodies of Donald Knight, 78, and his wife Margaret, 77, were found at their home in Loddington, Northamptonshire, last May. The coroner recorded a verdict of unlawful death in the case of Mrs Knight and suicide in the case of Mr Knight, who was her main carer.
Northamptonshire awarded extra A 3.64m to extend 'superfast broadband' infrastructure
Northamptonshire County Council has been awarded an additional 3.64 million to extend the provision of superfast broadband infrastructure across the county.
Burglars steal A 8,000 worth of stock after smashing through wall of Northampton dog centre
Burglars stole 8,000 of stock from a dog day care centre in Northampton after smashing a hole in the wall to break in.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Watchmaker who made 16 false 999 calls in three weeks admits wasting police times
A former watchmaker from Northampton has admitted wasting police time by making 16 false 999 calls in a three-week period.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Rutland and Stamford Mercury
Looking back on years of good work after tragic shootings
A charity set up after two friends were shot and killed while on holiday is celebrating three years of raising funds for community causes.