A life-changing operation for people with celebral palsy is going to be trialled in the UK thanks to a mother from Northamptonshire.
A new 'green' building in Daventry has received special recognition from industry experts.
Daventry remains in Conservative hands with a reduced majority following the local elections.
A life-changing operation that will help hundreds of people with cerebral palsy is to be trialled for the first time in the UK thanks to years of campaigning by a family from Northamptonshire.
In 2010, four-year-old Holly Davies from Daventry went to America for surgery that allowed her to stand flat on her feet and walk without falling over for the very first time.
Her mum and Dad say they are delighted that many more will now be given the chance to live a better life without having to raise the tens of thousands of pounds needed to have the operation abroad.
Sarah Beecroft reports.
Northamptonshire Police have released cctv footage of a intruder who was captured on cctv in a home in Daventry over the weekend.
Detectives are investigating a burglary in Daventry on Saturday (2 August) which happened at a house in The Medway, sometime between 1.30pm and 2.30pm. Various items were stolen including cash and jewellery.
Anyone with information can contact Northamptonshire Police on 101. Alternatively, information can be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Police investigating a burglary in Daventry on Saturday (2 August) have released an image of a man they want to trace.
The burglary happened at a house in The Medway, sometime between 1.30pm and 2.30pm. Various items were stolen including cash and jewellery.
The householder’s CCTV captured an image of a man in the property and police hope someone may recognise him.
– Inspector Phil Mills
We are investigating a number of leads, including CCTV footage provided by the home owner.
We would like to speak to anyone who may recognise the man in the photograph or indeed anyone who may have seen any suspicious activity in the area around the time of the burglary.
We believe he may have been carrying a weapon at the time of the burglary and would urge people to get in touch straight away if they recognise him.
Witnesses, or anyone with information, are asked to contact Northamptonshire Police on 101. Alternatively, information can be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A 17-year-old boy has appeared in court today charged with murder following the death of a teenager in Northamptonshire over the weekend.
Emergency services were called to a house on the Lang Farm Estate in Daventry in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Stanley Harrison, from Daventry, died.
Matthew Hudson sent us this report from outside Northampton Magistrates' Court.
A teenager has been charged with murdering another teenage boy on an estate in Northamptonshire.
Police were called to a house on the Lang Farm estate in Daventry in the early hours of Saturday 14th June.
The victim has been named as 17 year old Stanley Harrison.
Another 17 year old youth has been charged with murder. He's due to appear before Northampton magistrates court.
A murder investigation has been launched in Daventry after the death of a teenage boy.
Police were called to an address at the Lang Farm Estate around three am on Saturday 14th June.
The victim has been named as 17-year-old Stanley Harrison from Newbury Close.
A 17-year-old youth is currently in police custody being questioned.
DI Louise Hemingway, from the Major Investigation Team of the East Midlands Special Operations Unit, said they were not looking for anyone else in connection with the teenager’s death.
With more than 2,000 children killed or seriously injured on our roads each year, getting them to school safely is a concern for all parents.
Aound 5,000 children across the region have marched for their right to feel safe on the streets near their schools, and to get the speed limit reduced to 20 in built up areas.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Elodie Harper
Over 5,000 children from across the region have been on a walking bus march this morning, in a campaign to make the streets safer.
It's part of an initiative by the charity Brake who want to lower the speed limit to 20mph in all residential areas.
The walk is also meant to teach children about road safety and encourage them to be more active.
"What we're trying to do is encourage cars to slow down," Falconers Hill Junior School teacher Belinda Dugdale said.
"We're trying to tell people that twenty is plenty near our school, and to keep our community safe."
Daventry District Council has agreed to take action to secure the future and restoration of Overstone Hall. Built in 1866, it was badly damaged by fire in 2001 and has continued to decay. The next step will be to acquire the building from its current owners.
Action will also be taken to secure the Weedon Depot Site which dates back to the Napoleonic era.