Spennymoor Town FC Goalkeeper Dan Lowson scored in the 12th minute on his 50th appearance for the club to open the scoring in the FA Cup first qualifying round away to Radcliffe Borough at the weekend.
Take a look at his wonder goal here:
Spennymoor went on to win the game 5-3 by the way!
Hundreds braved the weather to welcome County Durham gymnast Amy Tinkler home as she travelled through Spennymoor and Bishop Auckland on an open top bus (SAT 3rd)
The teenager became only the second British woman in history to win a gymmnastics Olympic medal, after her performance on the floor in Rio this summer.
The 16 year old was joined by members of South Durham Gymnastics club for the celebrations.
Fans, friends and family are braving the rain to give Amy Tinkler a warm reception in Bishop Auckland and Spennymoor.Read the full story ›
Road diversions will be in place in Co Durham later this week so repairs can be carried out to a bridge on the A688.Read the full story ›
A 12-year-old Border Collie from Spennymoor has died after contracting lungworm - and now his family are raising awareness of the diseaseRead the full story ›
Spennymoor FC were visiting Newton Aycliffe on Tuesday evening and refused to play the second half of the match.Read the full story ›
A man has died in a motorbike crash that happened last night.
The 49-year-old from Spennymoor was riding a Suzuki 843cc bike and was with a group of other motorbikes travelling from Barnard Castle to Spennymoor when the collision took place.
It happened just before 10am on Brusselton Lane in Shildon between the A68 Royal Oak and the A6072 Shildon bypass.
A 57-year-old woman, also from Spennymoor, and the pillion passenger, was taken to Darlington Memorial Hospital with injuries to their faces.
Viewer Paul Finlay sent us in this shot of the 'mother of pearl' look sky over Spennymoor.
A forensic tent has been put up in a cordoned off cemetery in County Durham after a grave was disturbed and a headstone damaged.
There has been a large police presence at Metal Bridge Cemetery, near Spennymoor, since they were called on November 21.
"There were about eight police vans in the area and it was taped off.
"I asked if we could go along and he said ‘no’.
"I asked what had happened and they said: ‘I'm sorry, I can’t tell you’.
"As we were leaving a PCSO came down as asked what our names were so we told him.
"I was alarmed to see that something like that had happened so close to where we go every day.
"I was amazed at such a heavy police presence, I couldn't believe it."
“Police were called to Metal Bridge Cemetery at 11.45am on Saturday following a report that grave had been disturbed and a headstone damaged."
Durham Police are investigating.
Prank gone 'horribly wrong' left labourer with 70% third degree burns, and lead to him losing his leg.Read the full story ›