You've been sending us your pictures of snowdrops and wildlife enjoying the blue sky and sunshine!Read the full story ›
One lane blocked and queueing traffic due to broken down vehicle on M1 Southbound at J16 A45 / A4500 (Daventry).
The next couple of days look bright and sunny but there is some rain in the forecast, click here to find out when!Read the full story ›
Motorists in Northampton are being warned about lane closures on roads around the Greyfriars bus station from today.
Specialists are getting ready to demolish the building next month. Lady's Lane and Greyfriars will be reduced to a single lane of traffic while special matting is laid down.
This weekend will be a useable weekend if you plan on being outdoors. You will need to be prepared for anything as it will also be unsettledRead the full story ›
Household bins in Wellingborough are going to be checked to reduce the amount of ordinary rubbish put in the green 'recycling' bins.
If any 'contamination' is found, the bins will not be emptied and householders will be contacted if non recyclable rubbish is found in them.
The move comes after new figures show the town has the lowest recycling rate in the whole of Northamptonshire.
Silverstone has come to the aid of Circuit of Wales and will stage the British round of MotoGP for the next two years, after Donington Park pulled out of discussions to host the event.
The Northamptonshire venue ran the event from 2010 to 2014 until Circuit of Wales negotiated a deal with rights holders Dorna to stage the race for five years from this season.
That was despite the fact construction work had yet to commence on the troubled facility at Ebbw Vale.
With ongoing difficulties regarding planning, CoW bosses turned to Donington Park initially to host the 2015 GP.
But on Tuesday, Donington Park chiefs withdrew from the opportunity to play host after neither party could agree terms to form a legal contract.
Donington, which last hosted MotoGP in 2009, claimed difficulties arose regarding funding arrangements to help them stage the event.
CoW has now turned to Silverstone, whose new management team, led by Patrick Allen has welcomed the approach to accommodate the August 28-30 race.
"A lot of work has been done over recent years to ensure MotoGP fans enjoy what Silverstone has to offer, and it was devastating for the venue to lose the event last autumn.
"Two-wheel racing is as much a part of Silverstone's heritage as four-wheel racing and I am obviously delighted to be in a position to announce we are hosting both the F1 and MotoGP Grands Prix in 2015.
A survey looked at where the highest proportion of people who are single, use internet dating and go out socialising.Read the full story ›
We are dealing with a traffic collision in Campbell Square, Northampton. Drivers should find alternate routes while we clear the scene.