The town of Corby has a long association with Scotland. So should its Scottish residents be allowed to vote on Scottish independence?
When a Northamptonshire woman watched the pictures of the recent disaster in the Philippines, she decided to send a 'few items' out there.
A man from Northampton has raised money for the Air Ambulance Service 13 weeks after he was treated for life threatening injuries.
Litter picking is being stopped on one half of a street in Northamptonshire this weekend - to show how much rubbish accumulates when nothing's done to tidy it up.
The council in Wellingborough spends more than £100,000 a year on litter picking, now It wants to encourage people to put more of it in bins.
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Litter picking is being stopped on one half of a street in Northamptonshire - to illustrate how much rubbish council staff have to pick up.
Wellingborough Borough Council spends more than £100,000 cleaning up the streets each year.
Litter will still be picked from the south side of Church Street - but the north side will be left untouched all weekend.
If you were off to India, a backpack full of teddy bears wouldn't be first on the list of essentials.
However, when Katie Robinson from Northamptonshire goes there, that is what she'll be taking.
The Detective Constable, based in Wellingborough, is doing the trip in January.
She's taking 100 teddies with her to give to local children.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Olivia Paterson
Many people who have been burgled would like to give the criminals a piece of their mind.
That's exactly what one woman from Northampton has done, after her home was broken into this weekend.
But Kate Barrett's message isn't what you'd expect - she's left the burglars a sarcastic 'thank you' note.
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When Kate Barrett and Dan Owens were burgled this weekend, it came as a terrible shock.
While she was cleaning up the mess the burglars left behind, Kate decided to cheer herself up - by writing the robbers a letter. You can read it in full below:
Northamptonshire Police are investigating the crime - and are appealing for witnesses.
A report from Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) has praised collaboration between Northamptonshire Police and East Midlands forces.
The HMIC report published today is the inspectorate’s first to give an assessment of the East Midlands Special Operations Unit (EMSOU), set up in 2002, and the East Midlands Police Collaboration Programme, which co-ordinates and develops proposals for new collaborative projects.
HMIC concluded that the arrangements between Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire forces were effective, particularly for tackling serious and organised crime and major crimes such as murder, and it was “critical” that they should be continued.
The benefits to the region provided by collaboration are “significant”, the report adds, and forces will not be able to make similar levels of savings possible through collaboration if they withdraw from the arrangements.
The full report can be read on the HMIC website
Northamptonshire County Council will discuss plans today to invest nearly £2m in special needs education.
The cabinet's due to make a decision on proposals to increase capacity at the Rowan Gate Primary School.
Two men from Northampton have been jailed for five and a half years at Northampton Crown Court after pleading guilty to drugs offences.
23-year-old Bledar Duka, pictured above, was convicted of conspiracy to supply class A drugs, cocaine, and possession of a prohibited weapon.
Meanwhile, 31-year-old Eduart Duka, pictured below, was convicted of conspiracy to supply class A drugs, cocaine, and possession of a false ID with intent.
The two men, both Albanian nationals, were charged after police, acting on information received, discovered cocaine worth more than £3,500 at a property in Northampton.
They also found Benzocaine, a cutting agent used to thin cocaine and increase its volume for further sale, valued at £1.27 million.
The charity, Action for Children says they're seeing more and more cases of young people needing emotional support, with the problem particularly acute in Northamptonshire.
Darren Spooner is a Clinical Psychologist from The St Giles Clinic in Norwich and he dropped into the ITV News Anglia studios today to give his reaction to the news.
Click below to watch Darren's chat with Jonathan Wills and Becky Jago