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.
Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan has apologised to residents in Kettering after being unable to attend the annual Christmas lights switch-on event.
She originally pledged to turn on the town's lights after implying earlier this year on her twitter that nobody had heard of the place.
But the Borough Council said although they were in touch with her management, they had failed to respond further to the invitation.
The Mean Girls star tweeted a video apologising for not being able to make it due to her "busy schedule" but wished everyone a "Happy holidays!".
Kettering wish I could be with you today sending all my ❤️. Happy holidays!! https://t.co/a383OipE22
It would have been wonderful if Lindsay could have joined us this evening but sadly her other commitments made this impossible.
However, we appreciate how hard she and her team tried to make this work and we were delighted to get a video message wishing us well.
The annual Christmas lights switch-on event will take place in Kettering tonight - but it looks unlikely that Hollywood star Lindsay Lohan will be the guest of honour, as originally hoped.
The star had originally pledged to turn on the town's lights after residents objected to a tweet she had written about Kettering on the the night of the referendum.
But the Borough Council says that although it is still in touch with Lindsay's management, they have lined up Eastenders star Cheryl Fergison to do the honours tonight.
A man from Kettering has started a petition calling for the ban of shops opening on Boxing Day saying: "let's go back to the way it was."Read the full story ›
MPs have refused to commit to the electrification of the Midlands Mainline at a debate held in Parliament last night.Read the full story ›
Former EastEnders star Cheryl Fergison has replaced Lindsay Lohan to switch on Kettering town's Christmas lightsRead the full story ›
US star Lindsay Lohan is being urged to honour her Twitter pledge to switch on Kettering town's Christmas lights.Read the full story ›
People across the UK are travelling to Kettering to don their wellies and make a splash in the World Puddle Jumping Championships.Read the full story ›