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Learn about county’s archaeology when the Time Truck visits Kettering and Wellingborough

People have the chance to join archaeologists for three days of events celebrating the rich heritage of Northamptonshire on-board the mobile archaeology hub, the Time Truck.

The Revd Richard Coles

Strictly star to become patron of Wellingborough Homes

Reverend, broadcaster, musician and Strictly Come Dancing star Revd Richard Coles will become the patron of Wellingborough Homes after stepping down from the board.

Winners and nominees
 from the night

Awards night celebrates the Spirit of Corby

The 2017 Spirit of Corby nominees and winners were celebrated at an awards ceremony last week.

An artist's impression of the new church and community centre in Wellingborough

Wellingborough takeaway to donate takings to new church and community centre

A family-run takeaway will be donating its first night’s takings towards a new church and community centre being built nearby.

Ann Kadiri set up the group several years ago

New members always welcome at Rushden group offering friendship and companionship

A group set up to provide friendship and companionship is always keen to welcome new people through its doors.

The Wellingborough branch will be operating from the same shop unit in Sheep Street this year

Wellingborough’s RBL to have a town centre shop again this year

Members of the Royal British Legion will have a base in Wellingborough once again to run this year’s Poppy Appeal from.

The skate park has been closed for urgent repairs

Raunds skate park closed for urgent repairs

A skate park in Raunds has been closed for urgent repairs.

The new police base near Kettering

Take a look around new police base near Kettering

Officers in the north of the county have started working from their new base near Kettering.

Police are appealing for witnesses to the attack

Man kicked in the head during attack in Corby town centre

A man was assaulted while walking through Corby town centre on Sunday, September 10, between 8pm and 8.30pm.

Cycle 4 Cynthia.

GALLERY: Cycling champ leads out more than 1,000 riders at Northamptonshire's Cycle4Cynthia

Double world champion cyclist Becky James,  led more than 1,000 fundraisers on the county's biggest charity event on two wheel - Cycle4Cynthia.

Staff at Wilko getting into the WelliFest spirit

Thousands visit Wellingborough during the town’s first WelliFest

More than 4,100 extra people visited Wellingborough town centre during the height of its first community festival WelliFest.

A voucher for Nando's is one of the prizes up for grabs

Bonus prizes on offer in Corby Lottery

There is even more up for grabs in the Corby Lottery this month with a bonus autumn draw.

PICTURE GALLERY: Vintage fair and steam rally, Cranford

PICTURE GALLERY: Vintage fair and steam rally, Cranford

The weather was kind to the organisers of this year’s vintage fair and steam rally.

The event is taking place at KGH on Saturday (September 30)

Skin cancer checks available at Kettering General Hospital on Saturday

An annual skin cancer surveillance day is being held at Kettering General Hospital on Saturday (September 30).

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IN COURT: Who’s been sentenced from Corby, Desborough, Geddington, Higham Ferrers, Kettering, Rushden, Wellingborough and Wymington

The following people have been sentenced at magistrates courts in the county:

The Viking pub is set to become a Co-op store

Co-op reveals more details about new Rushden store

The Co-op has said its new convenience store opening in Rushden will create 15 jobs.

Finedon's favourite priest could be the new darling of Saturday night television judging by last night's performance.

Is Northamptonshire's Richard Coles the new Ed Balls of Strictly?

Strictly viewers branded Northamptonshire's very own Revd Richard Coles as the "new Ed Balls" after his white-suited display of "dad-dancing" last night.

Councillor Andy Mercer's suggestion the plight of private sector workers was more important than allowing public sector staff an extra holiday abroad a year drew gasps at County Hall.

Tory’s ‘Mediterranean holiday’ jibe at public sector workers in Northamptonshire slammed by opposition and unions

A Tory councillor who suggested public sector workers would spend a pay rise on an “extra holiday in the Mediterranean a year” was branded as out-of-touch by opposition members.

Rushden Lakes

Rushden Lakes Weekender event to include silent cinema

Rushden Lakes will be celebrating the end of summer with a weekend of fun for all the family.

The anniversary celebrations took place last weekend

Celebrations for 50 years of worship at Corby church

A weekend of celebrations included a special service to mark 50 years of worship at St Ninian’s Church of Scotland.

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