A 70-year-old woman from Chesterfield is raising money for the hospital which saved her - by doing her second sky dive.
John Sheridan has been sacked as manager of League Two side Chesterfield - just five months after he led the club to victory at Wembley.
Twenty-five years after being abandoned as a baby on the steps of Chesterfield shop, a woman has launched a hunt for her birth mum.
Chesterfield FC has announced that NAPIT will the new shirt sponsor for the club for the next three seasons.
Accrington manager Leam Richardson has left the club to become Paul Cook's assistant at npower League Two counterparts Chesterfield. Cook made the same switch when he took the reins at the Proact Stadium last October, leaving his then number two Richardson to step up.
A strong end to the season saw Stanley escape relegation with a game to spare, but the 33-year-old is now reunited with Cook a day after assistant manager Tommy Wright and reserve-team coach Mark Crossley headed a list of four members of backroom staff let go by the Spireites.
An official statement confirmed the end of Richardson's near eight-year association with a club he represented 147 times as a player. Shortly afterwards, Chesterfield confirmed the news with a statement of their own and Cook lavished praise on Richardson's abilities.
"Having worked with him before, I'm delighted to have been able to bring in Leam," he said. "He has great knowledge of League Two as a player, assistant manager and manager and I'm sure he's going to be a great asset to our club."
A charity is aiming to raise awarness of the pressures faced by families, who have a child with a life-limiting illness.Together for Short Lives is trying to promote the help and advice on offer across the region - for children whose brother or sister might be fighting a condition.
Martin Fisher has been to meet one family is Chesterfield.
70 jobs are going at Chesterfield College. Bosses there say they need to deal with a shortfall in funding of more than 4 million pounds. They're blaming a fall in the number of potential students, an increase in apprenticeships being offered elsewhere and cuts in government funding.
Calendar spoke to College Principal Trevor Clay
Chesterfield College is to axe 70 jobs .
College chiefs blame a £4.2million budget shortfall and a decline in 16 to 18 year olds for the need for redundancies.
The jobs to go will be across management, teaching and support positions
College Principal Trevor Clay said, “We have entered into a period of consultation with recognised unions together with communicating to all staff the reasons for our proposals so we can listen, discuss and respond to any alternative suggestions.
“Last year, through a voluntary redundancy scheme, we were able to largely avoid the need for compulsory redundancies.
“The continuing decline in the number of 16 to 18 year olds within the county, the growth in the demand for Apprenticeships, together with reduced government funding are fundamental factors reflecting the need for restructure.”
The saying 'growing old gracefully' doesn't appear to apply to a couple from Chesterfield.
Lynn and Eric Dolman, who have a combined age of 142 have just been crowned champions in their chosen sport - weightlifting.
A company in Chesterfield has come up with special pyjamas which could see traditional backless gowns banished from hospitals. The new style outfit is designed to give surgeons access while keeping patients comfortable as Charlotte Grant reports.
Police have been called in to investigate a controversial land sale after members at North East Derbyshire District Council voted in favour of an enquiry.
Land in Mickley to the south of Chesterfield was sold to a developer in 2006 for eighty thousand pounds. A year later it was sold on for a profit of over half a million pounds.
Residents and some councillors have battled since then to find out why the land was sold for what they believe was a below the market valuation.
Councillor Barry Lewis is from North East Derbyshire District Council.
A man from North Derbyshire who illegally caught and sold wild birds has been jailed for eighteen weeks. Russell Yates, 41 years old, of Peveril Road, Tibshelf, admitted a string of offences when he appeared for sentence at Chesterfield Magistrates Court.