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.
The Prime Minister, David Cameron is in the region today.
He will be at a college in Buckinghamshire to mark the start of National Apprenticeship week.
According to recent figures, 45,820 people started apprenticeships in the East of England last year, a rise of 15.2% on the previous year.
One lane is closed on the M1 southbound after an accident involving a number of vehicles between junction 14 (A509 / Milton Keynes) and junction 13 (Bedford / Milton Keynes South).
Pancakes are thought to have originated as a way of using up ingredients before Lent but did you know the idea of a pancake race is said to have its roots in our region.
At Olney near Milton Keynes they've been holding them since the 1400s. Boys and girls up to the age of 17 can take part but after that the rules only allow women to compete... and they must have lived locally for at least three months.
One of the oldest pancake races in the country has taken place at Olney near Milton Keynes.
The race dates back to 1445 and covers 445 yards from the market Place to the Church. To be eligible to take part competitors must have lived in the town for at least three months.
Hundreds of people watched the traditional Onley pancake race near Milton Keynes today. The annual race first started in 1445.
The winner was 18-year-old Devon Burn setting a new world record time.
Britain's oldest pancake race is being held in Olney near Milton Keynes.
The race dates back to 1445 and it's believed it all began with a woman who was late for the Shriving service at Olney Parish Church.
The main race happens shortly before noon but children's races are held during the morning.
There are new fears over the value of homes along the route of the proposed High Speed Two rail link. A house in Turweston, Buckinghamshire has been valued for a mortgage and found to be worthless.
It's left its elderly owner - Elfrieder Harper-Tarr who's in a care home unable to sell it and desperately needing to pay for care fees.
There are new fears over the value of homes along the route of the proposed High Speed Two rail link. A house in Turweston in Buckinghamshire has been valued for a mortgage and found to be worthless.
It's left the elderly owner - Elfrieder Harper-Tarr unable to sell it and desperately needing to pay for care fees
Five thieves who targetted railway and communication cables across Essex, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire have been jailed for a total of 12 years
The gang carried out 47 raids between May and August 2011.
Christopher Cruz, Kris Kreuder, Shaun Nembhard, and John Michael Newton - all from Basildon in Essex - plus Simon Scott from Leeds and Bill Lee who is already serving a jail sentence, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to steal cable from the railway network.
Two care workers at a residential home in Olney in Buckinghamshire are due to appear in court this morning charged with neglect.
It comes after claims patients at the Westlands care home were not being looked after properly. The home specialises in dementia sufferers. Henrietta Offae and Titlayo Ajala are due to appear before Milton Keynes magistrates court.