Adam Simmonds was this week elected as the Conservative Police and Crime Commissioner.
Trading Standards officers in Northamptonshire are urging people to stay safe in their own homes by saying a firm ‘No’ to cold calling doorstep traders.
Northampton’s lift tower will go red, white and blue today, Monday, 12 November, to mark the 30th anniversary of the Queen officially opening the building.
This week our town will be remembering the brave men and women who served in the Korean War. At the same time a newly restored stone plaque listing the names of those from Northamptonshire who were killed in the War will also be unveiled.
Northampton Borough Council, in partnership with the Community Law Service, is holding a series of drop-in sessions across the Borough to raise awareness about keeping warm this winter and helping residents lower their fuel bills.
As thousands of concessionary bus passes approach their expiration date, Northamptonshire County Council is asking passengers to plan ahead to avoid any delay on re-issues.
County residents are being warned about cold-callers following complaints received by Northamptonshire County Council’s trading standards service.
Three Northampton buildings will be the setting for some spooky ghost tours this Halloween (Wednesday 31st October).
An historic agreement to save millions of pounds of tax-payers money is now a step closer after political leaders at Northampton Borough Council and shared business support service provider LGSS drew up a business case for how such a partnership would work.
Northampton Borough Council, in partnership with the Community Law Service, is supporting Big Energy Saving Week, which begins on Monday 22 October to Saturday, 27 October 2012