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PATIENTS from Runcorn and Widnes have been waiting longer than they should in A&E according to figures published this month.Read
HALTON and Warrington Hospitals are looking for nominations for this year’s staff Thank You Awards.Read
A TRANSATLANTIC love story with roots in Widnes has sparked a search for surviving relatives of the woman whose romance with an American GI led to a US street being named after the town.Read
A MAJOR facelift of Halton Lea shopping centre is due to be completed this summer.Read
A SCHOOL boy has been the victim of a vicious assault in Widnes.Read
QUESTIONS have been raised over whether the availability of sporting goods in Runcorn is now dwarfed by the number of places that can supply methadone.Read
FIVE blazes were put out across Runcorn on Tuesday.Read
POLICE are continuing their hunt for a suspected fraudster in Widnes after a man first believed to be the culprit was found to have nothing to do with the case.Read
POLICE pursued a suspected burglar through Runcorn and beyond Cheshire after reports of an intruder at a house on Stockham Close.Read
A FOODBANK in Widnes has revealed it is drawing on the experiences of longer-running schemes in Runcorn to feed hard-pressed residents.Read
WITH several months of experience under its belt, Widnes Foodbank has been able to build up a picture of the general circumstances of those who turn to its service.Read
COMMUNITIES secretary Eric Pickles has blasted Labour councils including Halton’s for failing to collect all the council tax it is owed.Read
DANCERS from across Halton came together last week to help raise money for vulnerable children.Read
A WIDNES family is to take on a mountain climb to raise cash for a child with cancer to travel to the USA to receive treatment not funded by the NHS.Read
FAMILY and friends of a Runcorn student who died in a tragic hiking accident earlier this year are to scale three mountains in 12 hours in his memory.Read
RUNCORN Rotary Club has celebrated the success of its latest fundraising campaign with the unveiling of a new flower display.Read
DAREDEVILS from across Halton are set to take on one of the world’s toughest assault courses in a bid to raise money for charity.Read
STREET dancers from across Runcorn and Widnes are pulling out all the stops as they prepare to take to the stage in this year’s One Small Step festival.Read
A HALTON safety chief has claimed that policing panel members have questioned whether £25,000 should be spent on paying a ‘youth ambassador’ for Cheshire police and crime commissioner (PCC) John Dwyer.Read
A COMPETITION winner has been presented with a shirt signed by his Runcorn Linnets footballing heroes courtesy of the Weekly News.Read
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