Work began on Monday to make safe a dangerous stretch of road in Daventry.
Parking wardens will be hitting the streets of the district for the first time today.
The people running Fawsley Hall have confirmed that it is business as usual after it emerged the hotel was up for sale.
A family from Staverton have just finished work on England’s newest and largest canal hotel boat which they built in just five months.
NOMINATIONS are being sought for the best pubs, cafes and local food heroes.
A COMPANY selling organic food for babies has been set up by an entrepreneur from Crick.
The niece of a man critically injured after being hit by a car in Long Buckby is appealing for a zebra crossing to be installed in the village.
A REPORT drawn up reviewing the performance of Enterprise has found the number of bin complaints has gone up a staggering 637 per cent year on year.
Building work has started on a new crematorium and cemetery to serve Rugby and Daventry, located off Ashlawn Road on the edge of Rugby, close to the boundary of Daventry District.
Daventry Express publisher Johnston Press reported its first increase in operating profit for nearly seven years yesterday (Monday, May 13) in spite of the challenging economic environment.
A report written by the government has revealed that the Daventry district is the safest place for pedestrians in the UK.
ROADS in Daventry town centre will be closed when the motorcycle festival comes to town.
A resident on Daventry’s Timken Estate says ‘priority’ signs and proper road markings would prevent the council wasting money.
Fawsley Hall, a Grade I-listed country house and luxury hotel near Daventry, has been put up for sale for £15 million.
Daventry District Council has attempted to prevent the completion of unnecessary work on the Timken Estate by sending out letters of appeal.
Businesses in Daventry District are meeting this month to share best practice on the environmental issues they have been working on.
Campaigners opposing the HS2 high-speed rail project have accused the Government of trying to “con the taxpayer” after its total estimated cost was put at £42.65 billion.
SOME of the pot holes in the High Street in Daventry have been filled in by Northamptonshire County Council.
Four students from Saudi Arabia have visited Daventry District Council to see how its environmental health officers regulate food safety.
More than half the cars on one stretch of a main road in Daventry speed according to figures being used to judge potential improvements.
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Weather for Daventry
Saturday 25 May 2013
Temperature: 5 C to 15 C
Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: North
Temperature: 6 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: North west