A mock Scottish independence referendum held in Corby this weekend resulted in a vote for the UK to remain united.
The Northamptonshire town has a large Scottish community and Corby Borough Council had campaigned for its residents to have a say on Scotland's future.
But only those permanently living in the country can vote on independence in September.
A woman who has been missing since the weekend has been found safe and well say Northamptonshire police.
35-year old Kelly Morgan from Corby had disappeared after leaving Kettering General Hospital and there were concerns for her safety.
Four fire crews are dealing with a fire at a factory in Saxon Way in Corby, Northamptonshire, which broke out early this morning.
Pumps from Kettering, Burton Latimer and two from Corby are at the scene.
It's been called 'little Scotland', and Corby in Northamptonshire has been staging its own Scottish independence referendum.
The real vote is just two months away, but only people living in Scotland can actually vote. The mock vote event is all part of a special Highland Gathering.
A special football tournament's has been taking place in Northamptonshire to honour the memory of a soldier who won a Victoria Cross for his bravery.
Lance Corporal James Ashworth was just 23 when he died trying to rescue comrades in Afghanistan. Now the Corby soldier has been honoured once more by his home.
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The MP for Corby, Andy Sawford will be debating cuts to bus services in Parliament later. The Labour MP's been on the buses in the town to listen to the concerns of passengers.
He says Northamptonshire has had more cuts to bus services than any other county.
"Bus services matter a lot to many of our constituents and I want to make sure they are affordable, reliable and convenient, that people really feel they can get about using the buses."
Police are investigating three fires in Corby - including one which left two people in need of hospital treatment.
Four people had to escape after a rubbish fire spread to a nearby house at Llewellyn Walk at about 2.30am on Sunday.
The blaze damaged both the inside and outside of the house and one of the occupants and a neighbour who tried to help had to be taken to Kettering General Hospital after inhaling smoke.
It followed two other fires at Lingfield Walk at about 11.30pm on Thursday - when a wheelie bin and a pile of rubbish were set alight outside a house - and at Bizzy Bees Minibus Hire at St James Road, when a temporary office building was destroyed.
Police say they do not currently have reason to believe the fires are linked but are appealing for information.
A pedestrian has been seriously injured after being hit by a car on a zebra crossing in Corby.
The 48-year-old woman was using the crossing on Elizabeth Street at about 5.45pm on Thursday (12 June) when a silver Chevrolet Kalos failed to come to a stop at the crossing and collided with her.
The woman was airlifted to University Hospital Coventry for treatment to her injuries.
Witnesses or anyone with any information about this incident can call the police on 101 or the Drivewatch Hotline on 0800 174615.
Two men have died following a collision in Corby this morning.
The incident too place at around 12:30 this morning on the A6003 when a red BMW and silver Vauxhall Corsa were in collision between the Oakley Hay roundabout and the BP Fourways roundabout.
The 25-year-old man driving the BMW and the man driving the Corsa were both pronounced dead at the scene. A passenger in the Corsa has been taken University Hospital Coventry with a foot injury.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Northamptonshire Police.
Police in Corby are appealing for witnesses after a woman was sexually assaulted in the town.
The assault happened between 6am and 6.30am on Monday and officers would like to speak to anyone who may have seen a dark-coloured Vauxhall Zafira near to the Pen Green lakes.