Police are appealing for witnesses to an alleged racist incident at a Kettering Town home game.Read the full story ›
Sandra Payne was working in One Stop in Kettering when the three men burst in demanding money.Read the full story ›
Kettering General Hospital has been rated inadequate by the Care Quality Commission and placed in special measures.Read the full story ›
Baby Isabelle was taken to hospital six times in a five-week period between her birth and March 20 in 2014.Read the full story ›
An appeal has been launched after a dog that was so emaciated she could barely walk was found dumped in a village near Kettering.Read the full story ›
Her team were told sending a video might be a "way forward" when it appeared she would not turn on Kettering's Christmas lights last year.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious sexual assault in a Kettering churchyard in the early hours of New Year’s Day.
The victim, a 43-year-old woman, was assaulted close to the entrance of St Andrew’s Church on the corner of Rockingham Road and Eskdail Street, sometime between 4.30am and 5am.
A 25-year-old man from Kettering has been arrested in connection with the offence and is currently in police custody, however, detectives are continuing to appeal for potential witnesses to come forward.
Shortly before the attack, the woman is believed to have approached three men near the car park next to The Swan pub in Montagu Street and told them she was being followed.
Following the assault, the woman tried to flag down a car in Rockingham Road, which did not stop.
This was a very serious assault and, although we have made an arrest, we are keen to speak to anyone who may have witnessed the incident or have any information about it.
“We would particularly like to speak to the three men the victim approached in Montagu Street and the driver of the car in Rockingham Road, as they may have important information that will help with the investigation.”
Rocky Uzzell from Kettering said a "ghost-like person" had tried to "get rid" of his five-week-old baby daughter Isabelle.Read the full story ›
Lighthouse Theatre, Kettering: This weekend until January 2nd 2017
A fun-filled family event featuring a range of household names, set to get you in the mood for Christmas. The Kettering Lighthouse promises their production of Beauty and the Beast to be a 'rip roaring Beast of a Panto' adventure.
Join star of Eastenders, Cheryl Ferguson as she takes to the stage as Malevolent with the hilarious Potty Pierre played by Mark Pearce. They are joined by Lucie Downer as Beauty, Claire Rickard as Fairy Formidable and Kettering’s 'favourite' panto dame Michael Neilson playing Dame Dotty.
It follows the success of last year's Jack and the Beanstalk and promises you an epic Panto that will make your family Christmas complete - Oh yes it does! For performance times readmore.
Police are continuing their search for a missing prisoner in Derbyshire. 65 year old Phillip Willis, who is serving a sentence for arson was released from Sudbury Prison on temporary licence earlier this week but failed to reach his destination.
He's said to have links to the Kettering and peterborough areas. Anyone who sees Willis or who knows where he is should ring the police on 101, quoting Derbyshire incident number 963 of December 6.