History is in the making today with the launch of the UK's first ever women's professional cycle tour, to be hosted by the East in May.
Bus users in Northampton have had their first chance to look round the town's new North Gate bus station.
A report has found serious failings by health professionals who missed opportunities to save a baby girl killed by her father.
Welsh TV and singing star Tom Jones is coming to Northampton in the summer for a live show. The 73-year-old will perform at Northamptonshire County Cricket Club's Wantage Road ground on Wednesday, July 9.
Sir Tom, who is currently a coach on the hit BBC television talent show, The Voice, is the third artist to perform at the ground, after Elton John in 2011 and Madness last year. Tickets go on sale today.
More than 1,000 bottles of Bombay Sapphire gin, worth £18,000, were stolen from a lorry parked at the side of the A14 in Northamptonshire.
Thieves broke into the lorry sometime between 8pm on Wednesday, February 19 and 5am the following day as it was parked in a lay-by between junctions two and three of the eastbound carriageway. The bottles were all 700ml size.
This man is wanted in connection with bookmaker robberies in Northampton.
He's thought to be between 30 and 40 years old. Robberies happened in Northampton, Harpenden, Leicester and Crawley.
For more information visit Crimestoppers here.
A man has died following an incident outside a pub in Corby.
Police say they are investigating a suspicious death after they were called to The Pheonix pub in Beanfield Avenue at 3.40am.
Officers would particularly like to speak to anyone who was in The Phoenix pub last night. Anyone with information is asked to call Northamptonshire Police on 101
A restaurant destroyed by fire late last year is to be demolished to make the site safe.
The Red Hot World Buffet at Sixfields in Northampton suffered extensive damage during the blaze in December.
Its owners say the job of completely demolishing and clearing the site will take about three weeks. An application to re-build the restaurant has not yet been submitted.
There will be delays on the A14 in Northamptonshire this week.
Part of the Kettering bypass will be closed as part of a £42 million scheme to improve safety and relieve congestion.
The westbound carriageway between junctions 9 and 7, will shut from 8pm until 6am.
The Department for Work and Pensions has apologised after a man from Northampton had his benefits stopped for nearly two months.
Colin Close was diagnosed with lung cancer on Christmas eve.
Since then he has made four applications to switch from Jobseeker's Allowance to Employment Support Allowance, but says as late as last week, the local office still had no record of his claim.
Mr Close was only paid after he had contacted ITV News Anglia to tell his story. The DWP says it's sorry for the delay.
Mr Close said: "I can sleep at night now knowing I don't owe anyone any money. It's a battle finished, I know that I can concentrate on my other battles now."