83-year-old Don Robson is the last resident to leave Newton House in Stanhope ahead of its closure by the council.
Protesters have today formed a circle around the care home and hung banners to express their despair at its impending closure.
Residents of Newton House in Stanhope, County Durham, face closure because of a decision by Durham County Council's cabinet.
They received approved recommendations to close Cheveley House in Belmont, Feryemount in Ferryhill, Grampian House in Peterlee, Mendip House in Chester-le-Street and Newton House in Stanhope.
Don will be moving in with his son and daughter-in-law Michelle Robson, who says she is "disgusted" by the council's decision.
Lesley Jeavons, Durham County Council’s head of adult care, has said:
Newcastle United received a number of complaints from supporters regarding the conduct of its coaching staff during and after the defeat to Southampton on Saturday, 13th September.
The club has now said "this matter has been dealt with internally."
Assistant Manager John Carver, has apologised to fans for his behaviour:
Goalkeeping Coach Andy Woodman has also apologised:
A Darlington College spokesman has said: "A total of 14 students from the college were involved and some from a different school.
They have varying degrees of injury, some are going to hospital for a precaution. We think one has a broken nose.
We have sent staff to the scene along with counsellors to do as much as they can to help.
The most important thing is that no one was seriously injured and it could have been a lot worse."
'Sack Pardew' protestesters have announced plans for a large scale protest at St James' Park this Saturday, during Newcastle United's home match against Hull City.
The protesters have secured indoor locations at Central Station, The Gate, Haymarket and St James' between 12pm and 2:30pm, where they will be handing out large banners adorned with their black and white logo.
The protesters claim the aim of this is to "display a united front against Alan Pardew and the current malaise at the club, for which we believe he has not assumed an acceptable level of responsibility."
Police in South Tyneside are appealing for information after two suspicious incidents, both concerning sightings of a youth with a knife.
At just before 8pm on Tuesday, 16th September, police received a report of a male youth in Hertford Avenue in possession of a knife.
No-one was injured by the youth, however, his behaviour caused concern to residents in the area.
Then at 7.46pm on Wednesday, 17th September, police received another sighting of a youth in possession of a knife in Hertford Avenue.
The youth was described as being 15 to 16 years old, between 5ft 4 and 5ft 6 and had his face concealed by either a scarf or the hood and collar of a jacket which was black.
Officers believe the same youth is responsible for both incidents and enquiries are ongoing to identify him.
Police are urging residents in Hertford Avenue to report any suspicious behaviour to them immediately so action can be taken.
Earlier this week, ITV Tyne Tees reported an 8-year-old girl who lost her hands to meningitis had asked the thieves who stole her specially adapted bike to return it.
Tilly Lockey and her two sisters' bikes were taken from their grandmother's garage in Blackhill in County Durham at the weekend.
And now, the three children’s bikes have been recovered following a report of a burglary received.
Sgt Martin Willis, based at Consett, said: “I’d like to say a big thank you for all the help we’ve had from the community which led us to recover the girls’ bikes. The response to the appeals made by their mother and the police has been overwhelming.
It’s been an absolute pleasure to return the bikes which mean so much to the girls. The theft itself was extremely upsetting for all involved but we’ve all been moved by the goodwill and help we’ve received from everyone.”
Three men and one woman, all from the Derwentside area, were arrested on Wednesday morning. A 36-year-old woman and a 33-year-old man arrested on suspicion of burglary have been bailed pending further enquiries.
Two bikes were recovered from a vehicle stopped by police while the third was found in a house.
Sarah Lockey, the girls' mother, has identified the bikes as those belonging to her three girls Tia, Tilly and Lucy-Anna.
Our reporter on the scene has been told all students on the bus were aged 16, except one 18 year old. A driver has also been injured.