The driver of a milk truck that crashed into an Aylesbury home yesterday ‘suffered a medical episode at the wheel’, police have said.
Modern technology is being used to help people with a learning disability to cook a meal for the first time ever in an innovative pilot scheme being run in Bucks.
Police have warned that a complex fraud operation is targeting people in Aylesbury Vale.
Communities living near a waste site in Bucks are missing out on thousands of pounds in funding due to rubbish grant applications.
Pupils from St Mary’s School in Haddenham were given the chance to get up close and personal with some reindeer earlier this week.
A new £71,000 play area with modern equipment was opened in Aylesbury yesterday.
An Aylesbury family whose house was damaged when a milk truck smashed through a wall will be re-homed in time for Christmas.
Visits by Santa to Aylesbury children which have helped raise more than £250,000 for charity could be scrapped due to abuse towards organisers.
Bucks Herald photographer Derek Pelling showcases his best pictures of the last seven days.
Council leaders have agreed in principle to effectively shut down the Jonathan Page Play Centre in Aylesbury.
An elderly woman’s leg was broken when she was barged to the ground by a fleeing shoplifter at an Aylesbury supermarket.
An 18-year-old man has been serious injured after being knocked off his motorbike in a collision with a car near Long Marston.
The occupant of an Aylesbury house which a milk tanker crashed into this morning says he doesn’t know where he will be living at Christmas after the incident.
A milk tanker has crashed into a house in Ellen Road, Aylesbury, causing substantial damage.
A boy, a woman and two men were injured in a four-vehicle pile-up at the junction of Watermead and Buckingham Park last night.
Ronnie Biggs, one of the criminals behind the Great Train Robbery which took place near Cheddington has died aged 84, it was confirmed this morning.
A home owner from Weston Turville has become the first person in the Vale to be fast-tracked through a simplified planning system which has seen him gain approval for an extension in just six days.
Plans for 2,450 homes near Bierton have been given planning permission - more than a year after a council committee backed the development.
A man arrested in connection with a sexual assault on an 11-year-old boy in Wendover has been released on bail.
Fizzy drinks that failed Trading Standards tests in Bucks have been taken off shelves.
Aylesbury is the Christmas capital of the UK, according to Amazon online sales.
Anita Dobson may be billed as the star of the Waterside’s Christmas panto, Sleeping Beauty, but Aylesbury’s own Andy Collins stole the show at Monday night’s performance.
Three men were taken to hospital last night after a two-car pile-up on the Aston Clinton bypass.
More than 60 people have now been arrested in Bucks as part of a police Christmas drink-drive campaign.
Aylesbury College has been showcased by Ofsted in a special report as a shining example of a college that is performing well.
BT generated £629 million for the Bucks economy in the past year, according to a report published today.
A woman who went missing from Stoke Mandeville Hospital has been found safe and well.
A 16-year-old girl has been punched in the face and robbed by a man in Aylesbury’s Vale Park, police have said.
County Hall chief Martin Tett has defended tax rises, promised to spend millions more on road repairs and said he supports cutting the number of Bucks councils in his Christmas message to residents.
Air ambulance services in the Thames Valley and Chiltern area have been restored after being grounded because of a fault.
Grammar schools are ‘stuffed full’ of middle-class children and do not improve social mobility, the chief inspector of schools in England has said.
Cases coming before Aylesbury Magistrates Court include:
A businessman who last Christmas gave away £10,000 to needy children and hard up pensioners says he wants to do it all again.
They will be the nerve centres orchestrating HS2’s construction, containing everything from offices to living quarters.
The redwing and its larger cousin, the fieldfare are harbingers of the winter to come.
Find out who’s planning what in your area.
We ask people in Aylesbury whether supporting local businesses is important to them.
Signing up to social media and the internet as a platform of choice after a lifetime in a world where print was king hasn’t been the easiest of transitions for me.
An 11-year-old boy was sexually assaulted as he walked through Wendover yesterday, police have said.
Bleary-eyed residents claim they are losing sleep after costly repair work on a bypass increased noise levels.
The excitement in the air is palpable at the Waterside Theatre as staff prepare for this year’s panto, Sleeping Beauty, which opened on Friday.
HS2 is despised throughout the Vale for the chaos, utter destruction and misery it will cause to thousands of people.
As we head into the season of indulgence, perhaps now would be a good time to reconsider how to nurture the engine that drives your life…..your body?
Letters appearing in this week’s Bucks Herald newspaper include:
Is shielding children from competition and hence potential failure a good thing?
Christmas is upon us once again, although as the shops seem to be stocked with tinsel since about October, I feel that these days we get a longer run-in than in years past.
Families eating out during the Christmas period are being advised by the district council to check food hygiene standards of the restaurants and pubs they are using.
Politicians are to investigate ways the district council could do more to help businesses in Aylesbury Vale.
People need to ‘use it or lose it’ when it comes to Vale pubs, district leaders have warned.
Air ambulance services in the Thames Valley and Chiltern area have been suspended after a defect was found.