A team of online volunteers have helped to restore a crinkled photograph of a Milton Keynes war veteran, after an appeal from his grandson.
The daughter of Terry Lightfoot, who played with greats such as Louis Armstrong, has paid tribute to her father who died at the weekend.
The Queen has honoured a selection of people across Buckinghamshire in the New Year's Honours list.
A bill which details the first phase of the controversial HS2 rail project goes before MPs today. The high-speed rail line will cut through parts of Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire.
The bill outlines the proposed route, as well as a number of powers which include compulsory purchase of the land. Demonstrations against the plans have taken place in London today.
Police in Milton Keynes are appealing for witnesses after a 19-year-old woman was raped.
It happened in a car park at Avebury Boulevard some time after 10pm on Sunday.
The victim had met a man in the Turtle Bay Bar in The Hub area of the town.
Her attacker is described as black, about 6ft 5ins tall, aged in his 20s and of a skinny build. He was wearing a brown leather jacket, black skinny chinos, a green hooded top and dark-coloured Vans shoes.
Police area are appealing for anyone who saw the man and the woman between 10pm on Sunday and 3.30am on Monday to contact them.
Call Det Sgt Turner-Robson at Thames Valley Police on 101.
A former Thames Valley Police officer has been charged with two counts of misconduct in public office.
Martin McElvenna is accused of alleged inappropriate use of the Police National Computer (PNC) for non-policing purposes.
He's been bailed to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on November 18.
54-year-old McElvenna used to serve as a Police Constable in Milton Keynes and was dismissed following a misconduct hearing earlier this month.
A serving soldier has been arrested in connection with firearms offences after bomb disposal teams were seen at a premises in Aylesbury yesterday afternoon. It is thought the arrest of the soldier is linked to ammunition that was found.
A project designed to cut re-offending rates through a mentoring scheme has secured £40,000 to support its work.
Thames Valley Partnership will use the grant to take on two new staff members for its New Leaf programme, which works across Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
The project provides volunteer-based mentoring to offenders on their release from prison.
Project manager Caroline Stevens said: "Demand for our charity's services has doubled in the past year and we are also extending our project to include young offenders.
"With this new funding we will be able to provide more offenders with support that will increase their self-esteem and decrease social exclusion and re-offending rates through volunteering."
There are delays on the M1 Southbound due to an accident at Junction 14 for Milton Keynes.
Plans for the construction of the controversial high speed 2 rail project have been dealt another blow today after a report from the Public Accounts Committee deemed that the Department of Transport has yet to present a convincing case to justify the heavy investment.
The proposed rail network is planned to cut through parts of Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire and is estimated to cost upwards of 40 billion pounds.
Reports of a car bumper in the road on the M1 Northbound between Newport Pagnell Services and J15 A45 / A508 (Northampton).
Armed robbers left a jewellers in Milton Keynes empty handed, after they were confronted by two men.
First, shopkeeper, Haron Qureshi, chased the suspects from his store. Then, as they fled, local estate agent Kevin Hannan bravely leapt onto the bonnet of the getaway car.
Estate agent Kevin Hannan, who leapt onto the car bonnet of fleeing robbers, has described his actions as foolish, not heroic.