Wednesday Apr 16
A 500,000 investment available for innovative social businesses in Northamptonshire
Big Issue Invest, part of the Big Issue, has launched its Corporate Social Venturing programme.
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Sat Apr 12, 2014
Northamptonshire teenager raises money for Brixworth Country Park scooter
A teenager from Northamptonshire with a condition so rare that he is currently the only person in the world known to have it, is raising money to buy a new mobility scooter for disabled visitors at Brixworth Country Park.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
POTHOLES: A 200m needed to bring Northampton road network up to perfect standard
Secretary of State for transport Patrick Mcloughlin in St David's Road, Kingsthorpe, talking to Michael Ellis about the state of the roads in Northamptonshire.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Charity dinner hosted by Earl Spencer at Althorp raises A 20k for Northampton Hope Centre
More than 20,000 has been raised for a Northampton charity that helps homeless and vulnerable people from a fund-raising dinner hosted by Earl Spencer at Althorp.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Photo Call: Kinky Boots Celebrates a Year on Broadway
The principal cast of Kinky Boots features Tony Award winner Billy Porter as Lola opposite Andy Kelso as Charlie Price, with Jeanna de Waal as Lauren and Cortney Wolfson as Nicola.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Man accused of 'maliciously wounding' woman in Northamptonshire hospital car park
A man has appeared in front of magistrates in Northampton today charged with wounding a woman in a hospital car park with a Stanley knife.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
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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.
Earl Spencer signs up for lottery aiming to raise A 500,000 for Cynthia Spencer Hospice
Earl Spencer has become the first person to sign up to a weekly lottery draw, which is set to raise vital funds for Cynthia Spencer Hospice.
Probation cuts could spell risks to public safety, Northamptonshire campaigners claim
During a march from the Northamptonshire Probation Trust head office in Bridge Street to the Magistrate's and Crown courts in Northampton today, probation officers said proposed Government cuts to probation services will damage the relationship between officers and offenders and jeopardise the rehabilitation progress.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Pensioner who sent explicit photos to soap stars apologises after he was spared jail
A Northamptonshire pensioner who sent explicit photos and messages to soap stars has apologised for his actions after he was spared jail.
Three out of four Northamptonshire primary schools are 'good'
The local authority has lowered the number of primary schools in the "requires improvement" and "inadequate" categories from 97 in August 2012 to 60 in August 2013, a the new Ofsted report has stated.
Landlord has closed Northampton bar formerly owned by convicted drug dealer
The landlord of a Northampton bar has closed the business after he found out about his tenant's drug dealing convictions, a licensing hearing heard today.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Teacher who saved toddler in Northampton is winner of first aid award
A teacher who saved the life of a toddler from drowning at Billing Aquadrome has been presented with a national first aid award.
Binman injured after collision with car in Northamptonshire village
A refuse collector has been injured after he was involved in a collision with a car in the village of Old, near Northampton.
Daventry bowls club present money to air ambulance
June Coyles, president of Daventry Town Ladies Bowls Club and league captain Jill Welch, with some of the crew of the Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Police officer from Northamptonshire charged with rape and sexual assault
Paul Kelly, of Bedford Road, Denton, a village near Northampton, works as an inspector in Bedford and has been charged with two counts of rape, two counts of ABH and one count of sexual assault.
Dozens of schools in Northamptonshire only partially open due to strike
According to Northamptonshire County Council's website, 24 schools in the county are closed while the majority of secondary schools in Northampton are only open to certain year groups.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Unlocking the mystery of the 'Staten Island Clown'
The Staten Island Clown has been terrorizing residents of the borough for a week, but has the mystery been solved? The Staten Island Clown has been terrorizing residents of the borough for a week, but has the mystery been solved? By now, you have probably seen the buzz on social media about the creepy "Staten Island Clown" , who has been haunting ... (more)
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Teenager Ben bids for vital US operation
The Talbot family are trying to raise i 1 230,000 to send son Ben, centre, to the US for special treatment.
Lurking Staten Island clown creeps out local residents
A man dressed in a clown suit is apparently hanging around Staten Island, holding balloons and not doing much else, the Staten Island Advance reports .