A third of the workforce at Coca Cola in Northampton could lose their jobs as the fizzy drink giant announces a major review.
A letter written by the Northamptonshire scientist who discovered DNA is expected to fetch more than £1 million at auction.
Work to give Northampton town centre a face lift begins this week.
A joint investigation between Northamptonshire Police and Gloucestershire Police has been launched following allegations of racist tweets towards Northampton Town football players.
Last night a 25-year-old man from Cheltenham was arrested under the malicious communications act. He was subsequently also arrested on suspicion of a racially aggravated public order offence of intentionally causing harassment, alarm or distress.
He remains in police custody in Cheltenham today pending further inquiries.
Slow traffic on A43 Lumbertubs Way Southbound between A4500 Wellingborough Road (Weston Favell) and A45 Nene Valley Way / Ferris Row (Riverside).
Delays and one lane blocked due to broken down lorry on A45 Southbound at M1 J15 / A508 (Northampton), congestion on A45 to Watering Lane (Collingtree Park).
One lane blocked and slow traffic due to a broken down lorry on A508 at M1 J15 / A45 (Northampton).
Temporary traffic lights and gas leak on A5095 Rushmere Road between A45 Nene Valley Way / A428 Bedford Road (Barnes Meadow Interchange) and Tanfield Lane.
Reports of queueing traffic in the roadworks area on the A5095 Park Avenue South in both directions at Abington Park Crescent / King Edward Road.
A man from Northampton has been jailed after he raped and assaulted a women, who was walking alone close to the the town centre. 36 year old Gintas Burinskas, of Victoria Road, was sentenced to ten years in prison after admitting the charges at Northampton Crown Court.
Detectives have paid tribute to the victim who, they said, showed "tremendous courage" throughout the trial.
Reports of traffic light failure on A4500 Wellingborough Road at A5101 Park Avenue / A5095 Abington Avenue (Abington Park).
Detectives are making a new appeal for information on the first anniversary of the death of a woman from Northampton who was killed in a car crash after her tyres were vandalised.
Joanna Smith, who was 32, died on the A45 in Earls Barton a year ago. A manslaughter investigation was launched after it was discovered that one of her rear tyres had been deliberately punctured.
The incident was linked to a spate of tyre vandalism in the area. Seven people were arrested and released without charge.