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FORMER pupils and staff of Hallwood Park are being invited to an event to mark the school’s 40th anniversary this afternoon.Read
CHESHIRE Wildlife Trust will host a guided walk around a body of water at Wigg Island in Runcorn on Tuesday.Read
HISTORY was brought to life earlier this month as a group of Widnes pupils headed to Germany on a class trip.Read
A COURAGEOUS mum from Runcorn who beat ovarian cancer will be cheered on by 55 friends and relatives when she takes on the Race For Life.Read
A GYM designed to help people in Halton suffering from cardiac-related illnesses has been unveiled in Runcorn with help from the Widnes Vikings.Read
VOLUNTEERS are being sought to pass on their passion for the written word in Widnes.Read
WALKERS from across Halton gathered recently to explore the footpaths and trails of Runcorn.Read
HALTON residents are being invited to tell their tales as part of a Cheshire-wide project to commemorate the First World War.Read
CHESHIRE police’s phone network crashed on Tuesday.Read
TICKET vending machines are to be installed at unstaffed railway stations at Runcorn East, Frodsham and Helsby in a bid to beat fare dodgers.Read
DAREDEVILS from across Halton are being called upon to take part in a charity zip slide from the Silver Jubilee Bridge.Read
A COVENANT protecting land in Widnes could be removed to allow social housing to be built.Read
BIG-HEARTED pupils at a Runcorn school have turned out in bright colours to boost road safety.Read
YOUNGSTERS enjoyed a fun-filled outing to Spike Island recently as they paid a visit to the Catalyst Museum.Read
A BUSINESS minister has hailed a Runcorn hub of research and enterprise as an example to others.Read
THE stage is set for the most competitive Halton’s Got Talent yet after a record number of entries were put forward for this year’s competition.Read
ROADS have been closed while firefighters tackle a blaze at a Widnes recycling yard.Read
RISING stars of the Halton music scene came together to perform under one roof in the name of charity at the weekend.Read
RUNCORN could be facing ‘devastation’ including the closure of Halton Lea shopping centre and the loss of 5,000 jobs, the council’s chief executive has warned.Read
A TEENAGER jumped to his death from the Runcorn-Widnes bridge, an inquest heard.Read
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