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Fresh from Tuesday night's drama at Boundary Park, the Spireites welcome an old friend in John Sheridan back to the Proact Stadium on Saturday.
Derbyshire schools have been ranked 129th in the country by the education watchdog OFSTED.
Chesterfield held their nerve last night to win a thrilling penalty shoot-out at Boundary Park in the JPT Northern Area Semi-Final.
A body believed to be that of missing Staveley man Glynn Holland has been found.
Chesterfield can make another step towards Wembley with victory at Boundary Park tomorrow night.
Chesterfield's FA Cup campaign comes to an end at the hands of Southend United, losing 3-1 at home.
Inspectors have uncovered a catalogue of failings at GP surgeries - including one with rooms so dirty it had maggots on the floor.
The judge in the Nigella Lawson court case has rebuked David Cameron for telling a journalist he was on Team Nigella.
Boots has recalled several batches of cold and cough medicines for small children after it identified a possible fault during manufacturing.
Sam Smith has landed a Brit Award after being named the winner of next year's Critics' Choice.
A comedy sketch called "How Animals Eat Their Food" has become the UK's most viewed YouTube video this year.
The final series of Dancing on Ice will be an all star mix of finalists and show favourites from previous series.
Paving slabs featuring some of paedophile rocker Ian Watkins' lyrics are to be ripped up from a street in his home town.
The 19-year-old pop star flew into the central city of Tacloban, where he handed out shirts, toys and basketballs to children.
The star proposed to his girlfriend during his recent birthday celebrations.
'Wrecking Ball' by Miley Cyrus has been ranked the number one karaoke tune of 2013.
The sounds of high-performance cars filled the air as thousands paid tribute to the Fast & Furious actor who died in a car crash.
Jay Z and Justin Timberlake among this years Grammy nominees.
The High Flying Birds frontman described the star's provocative behaviour as "embarrassing", adding that artists should focus on writing "a good song".
Australia all-rounder James Faulkner has been ruled out of the third Ashes Test with a fractured thumb.
Former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson will not fight against the decision to deny him entry to the UK.
Arsenal lost 2-0 at Napoli and had captain Mikel Arteta sent off, but still finished second in Group F to qualify for the Champions League knockout stages for the 11th season in a row.
CCTV footage shows the moment a man accidentally set several cars on fire after allegedly lighting a cigarette while trying to steal petrol.
Andy Murray winning Wimbledon, Manchester United losing to Real Madrid and New Year's celebrations were among the big UK Twitter moments in 2013.
MPs are to get an 11% pay rise, taking annual salaries to £74,000, but will lose out on pensions.
Kate Barry, the daughter of James Bond composer John Barry and actress Jane Birkin, has died after falling from her Paris apartment.
Will Ferrell has told Sky News he might have pursued a career in journalism if he had chosen not to enter comedy and film.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge last night sported 3D glasses in a premiere of a very different kind.