Northampton Town have revealed their new signing - Sheffield United striker Diego De Girolamo - on loan until the end of the season.
De Girolamo has so far made three starts and six substitute appearances for the Blades at Bramall Lane.
He has also scored four times for York City during a number of loan spells this season.
His contract with Sheffield United comes to an end this summer and he has already been linked with moves to Juventus and a number of Premier League clubs.
The infamous old bus station in Northampton is finally being demolished this weekend.
Work has been going on for the last few months to prepare the Greyfriars building.
On Sunday more than 2,000 explosive charges will be used to bring it down.
Nearby residents will be evacuated from their homes from 8am on Sunday.
One lane of the M1 is currently closed on the northbound carriageway between J14 A509 (Milton Keynes) and J15 A45 / A508 (Northampton) due to a broken down vehicle. A 50 mph speed limit is in place.
Work to restore Northampton's derelict Delapre Abbey is underway.
Council chiefs say that the £6.3m project will transform the grade 2 listed building into a major tourist attraction.
Police are warning businesses to be extra vigilant around Northampton after two armed robberies in as many days.
Detectives say three armed men went into the Fox and Hound pub in Harlestone in the early hours of Saturday 7th March and stole property.
They are linking the robbery with a second at Buddies New York cafe in Upton on Thursday 5th March.
Police are asking businesses to be extra vigilant around opening and closing times. Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A special event has taken place at the Guildhall in Northampton to mark International Women's Day - today.
Around 500 people came along to the event which covered a whole range of groups run by women as well as activities.
ITV News Anglia's Sarah Cooper went along to take a look.
Click below to watch her report.
The Guildhall in Northampton has hosted a drop in event to mark 'International Women's Day' which takes place on Sunday March 8th.
Northampton Borough Council and Northampton's Women's Forum have organised the event and have invited groups to exhibit along with workshops for people to join in with.
"There will be chance for women to network and find out about what's happening around the town and what services and opportunities there are."
International Women's Day has been marked since the early 1900s.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was attacked in three separate locations in Northampton.
The 18 year old was assaulted as she walked along St Gregory's Road, Grange Road and then Broadmead Avenue in the town. Police say are looking for a man who was riding a green mountain bike.
It happened at around 3.30 in the afternoon on Tuesday 3rd March.
Police say the man is described as:
- White and in his 20s
- About 5ft 10ins tall and of slim build
- Brown hair and a beard
- Was wearing a blue top, blue jeans and a blue cap
Police would like to speak to any witnesses to the assaults. Anyone with information should call Northamptonshire police on the 101 number.
Police in Northampton are hunting for a man who subjected a cat to a horrendous attack outside the town's railway station last night.
Members of the public reported to officers that they saw the man "throwing the animal around and lying on top of it."
The assault happened on Black Lion Road shortly before 8pm last night (March 2).
The man is described as being in his 50s and 60s with long grey or dark hair. He was wearing a black leather jacket and jeans.
Police say that there has been no trace of either the man or the cat since the attack.