A mother from Northampton is calling on the NHS to warn pregnant women about a common virus which can affect their unborn babies.
An imaginative couple whose wedding rings were stolen days before they were due to be married, tied the knot with Haribo instead.
Police in Northampton are joining forces with Pubwatch to test how drunk people are as a condition of entry to some venues in the town.
A retired British couple have been ordered to hand themselves in to police ahead of being sent to the United States to face fraud charges.
Paul and Sandra Dunham lost a High Court battle last month to block their extradition to Maryland after a request by the Department of Justice sought their extradition over what the couple claim is an "employment-related dispute".
Mr Dunham, 58, who was chief executive and president of Pace, a US company manufacturing soldering irons for the electronics industry, was indicted on 13 counts of fraud and money-laundering by a grand jury in Greenbelt, Maryland, in December 2011.
Mrs Dunham, also 58, is accused of eight counts of fraud for allegedly aiding and abetting him.
A statement released on behalf of the couple said today:
"Paul and Sandra Dunham have been told by the Met Police's extradition unit to report to Belgravia police station at 10am this Thursday, May 15, for onward transportation by the police to Heathrow where they will be handed over to US marshals and extradited to the US."
The couple "vehemently reject" allegations relating to expenses claims while working in the US.
It has been announced that Sophie Turner, the Game of Thrones star who was born in Northampton, is to become a patron of Playbox Theatre in Warwick.
Sophie grew up in Warwick where she attended the local theatre group from the age of three.
The 18-year-old plays Sansa Stark in the blockbusting TV series.
Sophie only left Playbox when her filming commitments became more and more demanding.
Game of Thrones star, Sophie Turner, is to become a patron of Playbox Theatre in Warwick.
Sophie was born in Northampton and grew up in Warwick. She plays Sansa Stark in the series of Game of Thrones.
The 18-year-old was a member of the local theatre group from an early age.
Northampton, London and Leeds are the three UK areas where mobile phone owners are most likely to have their device stolen, according to a new report by Protect Your Bubble, an insurance company.
The survey covered the 30 largest towns and cities in the UK, and found that Dudley in the West Midlands was the safest place for mobile phone owners with less than 5% of the claims received by the insurance company being for theft.
According to the data gathered by Protect Your Bubble, users in their early twenties are the most likely to be victims of theft.
Northampton has been named in the top three cities where people are most likely to have their mobile phone stolen, according to Protect Your Bubble.
Dudley in the West Midlands was found to be the safest place for mobile phone owners with less than 5% of the claims the insurance company received being for theft.
People in their early 20s are said to be the most likely victims of mobile phone theft.
There are more than a quarter of a million reported cases of stolen mobile phones every year according to the National Mobile Phone Crime Unit.
Stephen Ebbett, director of Protect Your Bubble, said: "Everyday we cart around hundreds, or even thousands of pounds' worth of high-tech gear, such as smartphones, tablets, cameras and e-readers. This makes many of us prime targets for thieves."
Two mums from Northampton have launched a campaign to raise awareness of child cancer.
Karen Rogers and Shirley Ryan have set up a charity called Alfe's Cause to support families whose children suffer long term illnesses.
The charity's named after Karen's 10 year old son Alfe, who's now in remission from Non Hodgkins Lymphoma. Shirley's son Morgan has also been treated for cancer. The mums are sending out information cards to schools to help other parents.
A couple from Northampton facing fraud charges in America have been told their appeal to the European Court of Human Rights to put their extradition on hold, has been turned down.
Paul and Sandra Dunham are accused of embezzling more than a million dollars in a work expenses fraud which they deny.
They were given a two week "grace" period after they lost their appeal at the High Court. If the hold had been approved, it would have given them more time to fight through the European Court.
Now it looks likely they will be extradited to face trial in America. They expect to be jailed while they await trial.
A couple from Northampton say they're frightened of being locked up in an American jail if they lose their battle against extradition to the US on fraud charges.
Paul and Sandra Dunham deny embezzling more than a million dollars in a work expenses fraud, but lost their appeal against extradition this week. The couple are currently appealing to the European Court of Human Rights.
If it fails, they will be extradited within 28 days and face up to two years in prison while awaiting their trial date.
Homophobic leaflets have been delivered to a number of homes in Northampton, sparking a police investigation.
Some people living in the Semilong area reported having the leaflets posted through their doors yesterday.
Officers are now tracking down who printed and posted them. Witnesses or anyone with information is urged to call police on 101.