The Marks & Spencer shops in Clacton, Newmarket, Northampton and Kettering are among those earmarked for closure at the retail giant.Read the full story ›
An 18-year-old man has been convicted of the murder of Liam Hunt, while three others have been found guilty of manslaughter.Read the full story ›
Comedian Alan Carr has teamed up with his father and club legend Graham Carr in a charity football game at Northampton Town's stadium.Read the full story ›
Police investigating a stabbing outside a jewellers in Northampton have released CCTV images from the night it happened.Read the full story ›
A registrar who was due to conduct six weddings, was rescued by the fire service in Northampton after getting locked out of their building.
It happened on Saturday morning (31 March).
Lucky enough, Northamptonshire Fire Service was on hand to gain access to the building and rescue the registrar just in time for all the weddings to go ahead.
A 64-year-old man from Northampton has been jailed for sexually abusing a child.
Terrence Jones was sentenced after he pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual activity with a child in February last year.
Jones has been jailed for three-and-a-half years.
DC Kirstie Brooks, from the Force's Child Protection Team, said: "I am delighted at this result.
"This was a dangerous man who preyed on a young child and I'm really proud of the victim in this case, as well as her parents, for being so strong and supporting police action.
"Jones will remain on the Sex Offenders' Register for life and was also handed a Sexual Harm Prevention Order which restricts his contact with children and electronic devices."
Northampton Town have paid tribute to one of the club's most famous sons, and one of the country's unsung heroes.Read the full story ›
A service has been held at Northampton's Guildhall to remember Walter Tull, a black war hero and footballer killed 100 years ago.Read the full story ›
A manhunt's underway after a group of four people viciously assaulted a teenager outside a McDonald's restaurant in Northampton town centre.
The men, who were all black and aged in their late teens or early twenties, repeatedly kicked the 18-year-old victim in the head during the attack in The Drapery early on Thursday morning (22 March).
They then ran off towards Abington Street and haven't been seen since.
An RSPCA inspector became a real life 'Alice in Wonderland' when she saved a rabbit that fell down a 6ft manhole in Northampton.Read the full story ›