Tommy Wright has been named caretaker-manager of Chesterfield following John Sheridan's departure earlier today.
A 3-year-old girl who was just hours from dying after contracting Meningitis has amazed doctors by making a full recovery.
Twenty-five years after being abandoned as a baby on the stairs of Chesterfield Co-op a woman has launched a hunt for her birth mum.
East Midlands Trains says all its train services will run as normal from 8am on Saturday 8th March.
A revised service had been in operation along some parts of the line to London because a hill-slide damaged the track between Sheffield and Chesterfield.
Former Chesterfield MP, Tony Benn is spending his fourth night in hospital and is understood to be "seriously ill".
The 88-year-old former Cabinet minister was admitted to hospital over the weekend.
A family spokesman said: "Tony Benn was taken to hospital on Saturday evening after feeling unwell. He is currently receiving treatment."
Mr Benn entered Parliament in November 1950 and served in the Cabinet under Harold Wilson and Jim Callaghan.
He campaigned against EU membership, oversaw the development of Concorde, narrowly missed out on election as Labour deputy leader in 1981, and was instrumental in party's 1983 manifesto.
He held a seat as MP for Chesterfield from a by-election in 1984 until 2001 when he stepped down from Parliament.
Mr Benn remains a significant figure in the Labour movement - in particular as a staunch opponent of the Iraq War.
Derbyshire County Council trading standards officers have found 45 sunbeds to be in breach of the legal UV output limit following 32 spot checks across Chesterfield, Erewash and the High Peak.
Five of the units had emission ratings at least double the recommended level.
Tanning lamps are restricted to a certain power by law. The legal limit across Europe of 0.3 watts per square metre was adopted in 2009.
Police are concerned for the welfare of a teenage girl who has been missing for over a week.
Roxanne Wilcox, 15, was last seen at an address in Pilsley, Chesterfield, around 5pm on Friday 10 January 2014.
She usually lives at an address in Carburton and is originally from Bedfordshire.
Roxanne is described as white, 5ft 5" tall, and of medium build. She has long ginger hair, blue eyes, and was last seen wearing blue jeans, a blue body-warmer, and black and green Nike trainers.
She is not believed to have access to money and officers are keen to locate where she is.
18 men have been charged following disorder at the game between Chestefield FC and Mansfield Town.
A number of incidents took place during and after Mansfield's 1-0 win over their rivals at the Proact Stadium on 28 September.
19 men in total were arrested for public order offences. 18 have been charged while one man received a police caution.
The men are due to appear at North East Derbyshire and Dales Magistrates Court in Chesterfield on Monday, December 16.
Fire crews from Clay Cross, Chesterfield and Staveley this morning attended a house fire in North Wingfield near Chesterfield.
Derbyshire Police are investigating the fire which was reported around 5 o'clock this morning.
Jo Froud - the mother of Matthew Cryer
The family of a woman killed while abroad in Goa have criticised the government for the "lack of support" provided to grieving relatives.
Dozens of families have gathered to protest in London, claiming they did not receive enough support after the death of their loved ones under suspicious circumstances.
Among them was Denyse Sweeney, from Derby, who died of a head injury in Goa in 2010.
Her sisters, Maureen and Marion, told ITV News they blamed poor communication for letting families down.
The parents of Derbyshire teenager Matthew Cryer have joined dozens of other families in a demonstration in London. They are campaigning for more support for families after the death of a loved ones abroad.
The family of a teenager from Derbyshire killed on a Greek island will protest in London today. Matthew, from Killamarsh near Rotherham, was killed outside a bar in Laganas, Zante, on July 21 2008.
A coroner in the UK concluded Matthew had been unlawfully killed and criticised the Greek authorities for failing to find out how he was injured.
The demonstration outside the Foreign Office will begin at 11am. It is expected 20 people who died abroad in suspicious circumstances will be represented. Matthew's family say their biggest problems were with the Greek legal process, translation and support for witnesses travelling abroad.