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A passenger who nearly drowned when a car veered into a river has described his dramatic rescue and called for crash barriers to be installed.
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A total of 60,000 has been donated by Daventry District Council towards community groups and organisations in the district.
Four people, including one in Northampton, have been arrested as part of the focus on rape and sexual offences in the county.
Justin Adams, the pilot who was flying a plane that crashed injuring Nigel Farage on election day, has been found dead A pilot who was at the controls of a plane that crashed injuring UKIP leader Nigel Farage has been found dead.
Meteorologists have revealed a gust of wind measuring 67mph was recorded today, as the strongest gale to blow through Northampton in more than a decade caused traffic headaches.
The Mercury is joining a national campaign to back local traders in the run up to Christmas and we want all our readers to support them.
THE summer heatwave has sent sales at Irn-Bru maker AG Barr fizzing as the Cumbernauld firm posted figures showing it is shrugging off its failure to complete the takeover of larger rival Britvic.
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND SIS Live has installed a fully-integrated communications platform with Clear-Com intercom systems as well as two new hybrid broadcast vans, all of which was supplied by Tyrell.
Stamford writer Joe Wenke critiques and satirizes many of the tenets of the Catholic Church in his new book "Papal Bull."
A wealthy property developer is being taken to court after refusing to tear down a giant 2,500 playhouse he built in his back garden for his children.
Picture shows: The participants of Strive with David Leathley, DDH Tenant Board Director, Hayley Davies, DDH Executive Director, Paul Calland, SNH Managing Director and Alan Humphreys, Grand Union Housing Group Chief Executive.
A 16-year-old girl has died after a van crashed into the central reservation of the A14 in Northamptonshire.
City leverages ready-to-use basemaps, templates and cloud services to deliver self-service apps that empower staff and citizens Peterborough, ON December 3, 2013 Visit the City of Peterborough's Web site and you'll notice a new interactive map in their Geomatics section called e-Maps .
Osborne Stationers has 20 branches in total, including outlets in Adam and Eve Street, Market Harborough, The Parade, Oadby and Leicester Road, Wigston.