The main route through Tow Law in County Durham has re-opened after a shop fire earlier today. (31st December)
Fire crews will return this evening to carry out more investigations.
Tow Law High Street is closed because of a shop fire. Drivers are being advised to take another route. Four fire engines are there.
Firefighters are dealing with a fire on Tow Law High Street. Five fire engines and an arial ladder platform are in use.
Firefighters tackled the flames at a building in Tow Law, County Durham, yesterday. Smoke was visible for miles when crews arrived from Crook, Consett and Durham.
The fire is not being treated as suspicious.
A building in Tow Law, County Durham, has been destroyed by a fire. Smoke was visible for miles when crews arrived from Crook, Consett and Durham.
The commercial building had an asbestos tiled roof which is potentially harmful and difficult to move.
The fire, which is not being treated as suspicious, happened just before 5pm on 14th June. Nobody was injured.
A Durham Police officer is recovering in hospital after being attacked by a dog while on duty. PC Helen Pearson was working in Tow Law on August 26 when she was attacked by a Japanese Akita dog.
PC Pearson suffered injuries to both arms and her left hip after the dog escaped from a garden.
A woman, who was driving along the A68, stopped to give first aid. The officer was then taken to University Hospital North Durham for emergency surgery.
The dog has been seized by police and could be put down. It's owners have been interviewed in relation to the Dangerous Dogs Act.
A music and beer festival is being held this weekend to raise money for a 6 year old girl who lost both her hands to meningitis.Tilly Lockey from Tow Law in County Durham is guest of honour at TillyFest 2012.
The event organisers are hoping the three day festival will raise thousands of pounds to pay for new prosthetic hands to help Tilly as she grows up.