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.
More than 80 pupils from Milton Keynes have taken part in a ‘Music Enrichment Day’.
The event involved 40 schools and took place at Giles Brook Primary School last week.
The day was aimed at introducing the pupils to a wide range of instruments and giving them the opportunity to perform.
Instruments they got to try included bassoon, marimba, trombone and an Indonesian Gamelan. The pupils showcased their progress with a performance for parents at the end of the day.
David Rose, the event's organiser, said: “The Music Enrichment Days are a great way for pupils to experience different types of music that they would not otherwise come across.”
Head teacher of Giles Brook Primary School, Angie Bailey, added: “The children were a credit to all their schools. They were an absolutely delightful bunch of children.”
Local people are being invited to take part in a series of workshops to inform the design, layout and brand of a new Milton Keynes library.
The workshops for the Kingston Library will take place next month.
– Cllr David Hopkins, Cons, Milton Keynes Council
“This is a real milestone in the development of this project. Sharing ideas in this way promises to provide a ground-breaking and stimulating space for library users.”
Workshops will take place between 15 and 20 July, full details can be found at www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/newkingstonlibraryproject
Items belonging to a young girl who died have been stolen from her family home in Newport Pagnell near Milton Keynes.
Sometime between Monday 11 March and Monday 15 April, an offender or offenders entered a property which was being renovated in Elthorne Way.
Once inside they stole a bag which contained personal items belonging to the victim’s late six-year-old daughter. Items included a silver bracelet, bereavement cards, and a lock of their daughter's hair tied with a pink ribbon.
– PC Susan Russell, Newport Pagnell police station
“The victim is keen to get these items back and asks that they be left at Newport Pagnell station”.
Police are appealing for anybody who has information about this incident to come forward. Anyone with information should call Thames Valley Police on 101 or contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
There is disruption on Southern Trains between Milton Keynes Central and South Croydon after a person was hit by a train at Bletchley.
Overhead line problems at Wolverton and congestion at Milton Keynes are causing further delays. It is not currently known when services will be back to normal.
The Jazz musician and Band Leader Terry Lightfoot has died at the age of 77.
He had been suffering from Prostate Cancer and passed away on Friday 15th March 2013.
For the past 5 years the Jazz musician and his wife Iris had been living in Olney in Buckinhamshire, near Milton Keynes.
Terry Lightfoot was born in Potters Bar in Hertfordshire and enjoyed a successful musical career.
He performed with numerous well known musicians, including trumpeter Kenny Ball, who also died this month.
In the 1960s, he appeared on the Morcambe and Wise Show and was the resident Band on Des O’Connor’s first Television Series.
Apart from a spell as the Landlord of the Three Horseshoes Pub in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, Terry Lightfoot toured until the summer of 2012.
He is survived by wife Iris, and daughters Michele and Melinda.
A High Court judge has ruled in favour of campaigners challenging the Government's handling of HS2, the high speed rail route through the Midlands.
Although he rejected all but one of five legal challenges, Mr. Justice Ouseley said the Government's consultation process was unlawful.
HS2 Ltd argue the high-speed rail will boost the economy:
"This project is vital for the economy and for our country going forward. We need the capacity , we need to improve the connectivity between our major cities. The judgement today gives us the green light to press on with the project and deliver that for our major cities."
The government has said it will not appeal today's ruling after the High Court said the compensation process for those affected by HS2 was "unlawful".
The Government hailed the court's decision on the cases it won as a "landmark victory" and said the loss on the compensation case would "not affect the HS2 construction timetable in any way".
Rail Minister Simon Burns said: "This is a major landmark victory for HS2 and the future of Britain. The judge has categorically given the green light for the Government to press ahead without delay in building a high-speed railway from London to Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds."