The planning committee will discuss the proposals tonight.
An 18-year-old man has been charged with robbery and threatening a person with a 'sharply pointed article' after an incident in a town centre.
An off-duty paramedic, fireman and police officer went to the rescue after a van driver was injured when his tyre blew out on the A2.
A school has warned parents after reports a man has been contacting teenage pupils on Facebook.
A woman had to be cut free from a car after a crash involving several vehicles.
A developer has applied for planning permission, for the second time, to build a housing estate on an orchard.
Visitors can explore a range of attractions across the Towns this weekend as part of Heritage Open Days.
The trust that looks after an historic bridge has applied to remove a commemorative bronze plaque - because it displays inaccurate information.
A busy road was closed so firefighters could cut a man out of a car following a crash.
A police dog has been rewarded with extra treats after he helped officers make two arrests.
A hall facing closure due to costly repairs to its roof has been given £10,000 by the National Lottery.
The design of a proposed six-storey hotel has been labelled an 'eye sore' with the 'architectural elegance of a row of breeze blocks.'
A pub zoo will be closed for the rest of the summer holidays after a customer spat at a member of staff.
Next year's Dickens Festival will only be a two-day celebration, it has been announced.
A man has been charged in connection with a suspected rogue trader incident.
Firefighters were called to a blaze at a homeless camp.
Emergency services called to two separate car fires in the early hours of this morning.
Two properties have been damaged after a blaze last night.
A man was treated for smoke inhalation after a caravan blaze last night.
A Kent man went to the aid of victims of the Finland terrorist attack has said he is 'not a hero'.
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