A book of condolence has been opened to allow people to pay their respects. The book is available to sign between 9.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday, at the council offices, Swanspool House, Doddington Road.
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A Northamptonshire man is due to be sentenced next week after a trial ends following a torture and kidnap case in Ipswich.
A couple ordered to dig up the flowerbed they have tended for 10 years because it is a "danger" to road users reach a compromise with the council.
The father of a girl who died when her car plunged into a Cambridgeshire river believes she would still be alive if barriers had been installed, as a Northamptonshire man is named as another victim on the road.
Improvements to the A14 will not be delayed despite plans to toll an extension being reversed, the government says.
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A museum is on the hunt for shoe stories
PCC wants to send families to residential centres
Northampton fly-half Stephen Myler says the squad has the strength to deal with the loss of five backs.
Northampton Town manager Aidy Boothroyd says they want to make Ricky Ravenhill's move from Bradford a permanent one.
Northampton's Joe Widdowson says he is enjoying playing alongside "old-school" defenders Paul Reid and Mat Doumbe.
Businesses in Suffolk have welcomed news that the government's plan to turn part of the A14 into a toll road is to be scrapped.
After a period of decline, more than 1,700 people are working in Northamptonshire's shoe factories with hundreds more involved in the supply chain.
Neighbours, teachers and police reflect on the killings of the Ding family and the impact it had on the community.
The Ding family's killer lived rough on a Moroccan building site until he was recognised in a wanted photograph in a local newspaper.