The family of a schoolgirl from Northamptonshire who lost a leg in a dog attack is raising £6,000 to buy her a prosthetic replacement.
The family of a soldier from Northamptonshire who has been awarded the Victoria Cross have been speaking about his bravery.
A 16-year-old Northamptonshire boy who fantasised about carrying out a school massacre has pleaded guilty to three charges.
The family of an 11-year-old girl from Northamptonshire who lost a leg in a dog attack is raising £6,000 to buy a prosthetic replacement.
Milly Hemely, from Long Buckby, was getting ready for school last December when the family's Staffordshire bull terrier bit her. She had to have part of her right leg amputated.
A two-year-old girl from Northampton is fighting for her life in hospital after being found in a lake at Billing Aquadrome in Northamptonshire.
The incident happened at around 4:30pm on Sunday. The toddler had been reported as missing.
Staff at the holiday park gave life-saving treatment before medical staff arrived.
She is currently being treated at the Glenfield Hospital in Leicester and is said to be in a critical condition.
Russell Hookey speaks to the leader of Northampton Borough Council on the day Carlsberg unveil their new bottling factory.
A 16-year-old boy has admitted to possessing explosive substances and a host of literature, including a book on how to make the explosive Semtex – a homemade C4 bomb.
The boy, who also admitted to owning prohibited images of children, purchased explosive substances – namely sulphur powder and potassium nitrate.
He also admitted possession of numerous books and manuals, of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.
Material included various terrorism handbooks, military manuals and bomb-making anarchistic literature and diagrams.
A 16-year-old boy arrested in Northamptonshire last year has admitted possessing explosive chemicals and bomb-making books and diagrams.
The teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, pleaded guilty to two terror charges and another offence at a hearing at Birmingham Magistrates' Court.
A man has died in hospital following a collision on the A5 at Foster Booth, Northamptonshire, on Friday lunchtime (March 8).
Kenneth Kirlpatrick, 80, from Upper Weedon, was travelling northbound along the A5 in a silver Mercedes when he collided with a white van travelling in the opposite direction.
Despite emergency aid, he died at Walsgrave Hospital in Coventry on Saturday.
One of the world's largest brewers, Carlsberg is officially opening its new bottling plant today.
30 jobs will be created at the site. It will double the amount of beer that can be bottled and bring back manufacturing to the UK from abroad.