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A woman shopkeeper was assaulted during a robbery in Northampton.
It happened in Khinda’s convenience store on Collingwood Road on Saturday May 30.
Two men entered the shop, attacked the woman who was working there and demanded money.
The victim has been taken to Northampton General Hospital with a possible fracture and bruising.
Both of the men left on foot, running away in the direction of the Racecourse.
They are described as between 20 and 30, of slim build, and one was wearing a grey hooded top.
Witnesses, or anyone who knows anything about this incident, can call Northamptonshire Police on 101.
A veteran from Northampton will be going to Buckingham Palace to celebrate the work of a charity that has helped him.
Geoffrey Simms has been gradually losing his sight for most of his life. He is one of 35,000 former servicemen and women that have been supported by Blind Veterans UK since World War One.
The charity is now about to celebrate its centenary.
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A Northamptonshire charity says hundreds of elderly and disabled people in the county could be left isolated - because it's had its funding cut.
The Northampton Door-To-Door service's grant has been reduced by more than £20,000.
It means the buses will make five thousand fewer trips.
The Borough Council says a fund of over £500,000 is split between various organisations every year and is always oversubscribed.
It says it's working with the service to find other sources of funding.
"We get words like disastrous and awful and we don't know what to do, we can't work without you, we'll be prisoners in our own home, it's the sort of the typical quotes.
These people rely on us to get out."
David 'Piggy' Powell has been at Northampton Saints for half a century - a former player, former coach and since the late 80s, groundsman.Read the full story ›
Northampton Town have signed Bury's Nicky Adams on a three year deal.
Adams joins the club on a free transfer.
A man is to stand trial over the murder of pensioner Arthur Brumhill who was found dead in a Northampton pet shop more than 20 years ago.Read the full story ›
A man has been charged murder more than 20 years after a body was found in a pet shop in Northampton.
39-year-old Stuart Jenkins of Ossett in West Yorkshire was charged with the murder of 76-year-old Arthur Brumhill. He has been remanded in custody and will appear at Northampton Magistrates Court on Thursday 21 May.
Mr Brumhill died on 22 January 1993 and his body was found in the basement of Denton’s Pet and Garden Store in Wellingborough Road.
“We are pleased to be able to confirm that 22 years after Arthur’s death we have today been able to charge someone with his murder. This followed a review of the case and a re-examination of evidence recovered from the scene using up to date forensic techniques.”
An arrest has been made in a murder investigation that's gone unsolved for more than 20 years.
Arthur Brumhill was 76 when he was found beaten to death in the basement of the pet shop in Northampton where he worked in 1993.
Now a 39-year-old man, formerly from Northampton, but who now lives in West Yorkshire, has been arrested.
ITV News Anglia's Sarah Cooper has been talking to the man who led the investigation more than two decades ago. Click below to watch her report.
A man has today been arrested in connection with a murder in a pet shop more than 20-years ago.
76-year old Arthur Brumhill died after suffering blows to the head at Denton's Pet and Garden Store in Wellingborough Road, Northampton on January 22nd 1993.
Mr Brumhill was found in the basement of the shop where he worked part-time.
A 39-year old man who is formerly from Northampton and now lives in West Yorkshire has been arrested in connection with the murder.
"The suspect is being transported down from West Yorkshire and will be questioned by detectives at the Criminal Justice Centre in Northampton later today. We are unable to say anything further at this stage."