Library-goers will have less time to enjoy their favourite books after plans to cut library hours were pushed through – despite 65 per cent of people not supporting the move.
For more than two months I have been covering the harrowing child sexual exploitation trial at the Old Bailey.
A plaque to commemorate the life of late actress Lynda Bellingham is to be unveiled at the Waterside Theatre in Aylesbury.
A woman and boy have been taken to hospital after being rescued from a kitchen fire at their flat.
Stoke Mandeville Hospital has become only the second hospital in the UK to scoop a top parking standard award.
So, England have a bad game, Gary Ballance is out, Ian Bell will bat at three, again and Joe Root is up to four. Kevin Pietersen is relaxing on a beach in St Lucia.
Aylesbury mayor Cllr Allison Harrison has officially opened the kitchen at the newest pub in the town centre.
A new energy services company selling power to the national grid could soon be generating money for Bucks County Council.
Charity cyclist Mick Simmonds has returned home in triumph after an epic 957 mile ride which has so far raised around £5,000 for Headway Aylesbury Vale.
A man in his 60s was airlifted to hospital with chest injuries after a digger flipped over and trapped him on a building site.
A family in the Vale have become the proud owners of one of the rarest dogs in the world.
A group of 35 young singers from across Bucks have been rehearsing ahead of a performance at Garsington Opera House next month.
A primary school is a runner-up in the finals of a national safety initiative, winning a special cash bonus.
Haddenham Village Society celebrated its 50th anniversary with a party hosted in the delightful gardens of Roderick and Cynthia Floud, in Flint Street.
Supermarket giant Tesco is battling childhood obesity and has revealed plans to axe a number of its best-selling sugary drinks and juices at stores nationwide.
Gurkhas based at RAF Halton have been collecting clothing and cash to support the people of Nepal after the earthquakes and two of them have family who have been affected by the disaster.
A man who died after being hit by a lorry on the A41 has been named.
On 8th November 1900 an annual dinner and prize giving ceremony in connection with D Company of the 1st Bucks RVC (Rifle Volunteer Corps) was held at Aylesbury Town Hall.
Two men have been jailed for supplying steroids to a father-of-one who died after taking a ‘fat-burning’ chemical in a lethal cocktail.
An X Factor hopeful who was tipped to win the show has been given the boot - despite getting four yeses from the judges.
Firefighters rescued a woman in the early hours of the morning after she was trapped by a blaze at her home which crews believe was caused by a discarded cigarette.
Aylesbury singer Casey Leigh has released the music video to the title track of her latest album ‘Catch 22’ - which was shot in the town.
A man has been charged with engaging in sexual activity with a child in Aylesbury.
To celebrate the grand opening of the new Welcome and Discovery Centre at Stowe House, free entry will be offered to all visitors from 11am-5pm on Sunday August 9.
Aylesbury College staff Anne-Marie McNeil and Candice Mason held a cake sale to raise more than £200 for Wheels At Work, a fundraising campaign for national charity Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research (SMSR).
A charity set up 20 years ago by an Aylesbury woman which helps children in Kenya has celebrated its achievements at a special church service.
Members of the Lucy Clark Scottish Country Dance Club in Great Missenden raised funds to help a group of young people with a mission in Mexico.
Bucks County Council took ‘insufficient action’ on concerns raised by charity Barnados which could have stopped the abuse of two young girls in the Aylesbury sex ring, it has emerged.
One of the girls who bravely gave evidence to convict six men of child sex abuse has described her relief at today’s verdict.
A mum and daughter have signed up to climb to the highest peak in North Africa to raise funds for a hospice.
Supporters of the farming charity, the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) pounded the streets of our capital to take part in the British 10k London Run and to raise thousands of pounds for farming people of all ages who are in financial difficulty.
A charity event is being held at the Green Acres Woodland Burial site on Saturday, August 8, which will raise funds to help animals.
Players in the Wendover CE Junior School football team are celebrating a fantastic 2014/2015 season
The first Wendover Festival organised by the town’s Youth Forum proved a big hit with about 400 young people attending.
A record number of entries was submitted for this year’s Aylesbury In Bloom school garden competition.
The police officer who led the investigation into child sexual exploitation in Aylesbury has paid tribute to the bravery of the two victims.
Six men involved in a child sex ring in Aylesbury have been found guilty of abusing two young girls.
Bucks County Council has apologised for ‘letting down’ the victims of child sexual exploitation in Aylesbury.
The father of child sex abuse victim ‘Woman B’ has hit out at Bucks social services for failing to help his daughter.
Children’s charity Barnardo’s has reacted to today’s verdict that six men committed child sex crimes against two young girls in Aylesbury.
Hundreds of police officers from across the UK have been convicted of offences in the last three years including sex crimes, assaults and possessing indecent images of children, new figures have shown.
A round-up of this week’s Bucks Herald letters...
MP John Bercow has been accused of “obscene waste” after racking up a £172 bill being chauffeur-driven to a conference just 0.7 miles from Parliament.
A dad who feared he would never speak again after being diagnosed with throat cancer is helping others by recording a charity album – but he needs your help.
A student who dreams of being a DJ is to star in a new BBC TV series.
A £6,000 carriage built in the 19th century which has featured in several films has been stolen.
A headteacher who has worked at the same school for 24 years will leave an ‘amazing legacy’ following her retirement.
A traditional village pub is set to ban dogs entirely after a string of antisocial incidents – leaving pet owners up in arms.
Home furniture giant IKEA has reminded customers to ensure they use wall brackets for some of its furniture after sets of drawers fell on two toddlers causing their death.
Motorists can expect severe delays on the M40 near junction ten (Ardley) southbound this afternoon (Thursday) following a crash involving a coach and a car.