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A WOMEN’S group in Widnes has handed over cheques to seven Halton charities following a major fundraising drive.Read
A RUNCORN woman who lost her father to lung cancer will pay a special tribute to him by taking part in three of Races For Life events this summer.Read
A DISABLED table tennis player from Widnes is hoping to close in on fulfilling his dream after heading to Europe to take part in a major international competition.Read
A SOCIAL landlord is celebrating after it installed fencing to its 1,000th property as part of a £1.35m boundary investment programme.Read
CAUTION has been urged over using a service that offers to help Runcorn and Widnes residents make a claim to reduce their council tax banding.Read
A RACE night in Runcorn has raised £824.18 in aid of the Thomas ‘Todger’ Jones VC statue appeal.Read
A DUCK has caused quite a stir at a Widnes restaurant after setting up her new family home inside a flower pot.Read
HALTON primary schools have been invited to apply for a share of £150m in funding to hire an apprentice to help with teaching physical education.Read
A MARTIAL artist from a high-kicking Runcorn family has achieved her black belt in Tae Kwon Do.Read
MATHS students at a Runcorn school have achieved results in their exams and claimed a clutch of prizes in a competition.Read
A SERVICE dedicated to supporting voluntary organisations across the borough is hoping to attract new faces in the run up to this year’s Volunteer Week.Read
THE Woodland Trust is calling on people across Cheshire to go out and record old trees and add them to its Ancient Tree Hunt database.Read
UP-AND-COMING band Candidate23 are set to put Runcorn on the music map as they celebrate the launch of their new EP.Read
AN OFFICER cadet from Widnes has taken part in a parade at Britannia Royal Naval College to mark the successful completion of his initial training.Read
HIGH-SPEED fibre broadband will be rolled out to almost all the county’s homes and businesses in the next three years as part of a £28.5m project involving Halton Borough Council.Read
YOUNG actors have been teaching children in Runcorn and Widnes a thing or two about first aid.Read
CHESHIRE police and crime commissioner John Dwyer has invited Halton residents to discuss law enforcement issues with him face-to-face.Read
A SERIES of events is being run during National Foster Care Fortnight as part of a drive to encourage more adoptive parents to come forward.Read
FEWER crimes are being solved in Cheshire, the county’s police and crime commissioner John Dwyer has claimed.Read
FEWER children are dying as a result of homicide, assault or suicide, but disturbing levels of child abuse remain, according to a new report from the NSPCC.Read
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