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An ex-Earl Shilton soldier is celebrating after a fundraising campaign to bring home a critically ill former forces colleague paid off.
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"One Stop is your one stop copy shop, located on St Mary's Road near the Market Harborough town centre.
Shoppers were ushered out of the branch in High Street on Thursday after noon after a window was found to be unstable.
Harbinder Khatkar invaded the homes of four women when he committed the sexual assaults in Derby, between midnight and 09:00 GMT on 1 February.
The Mercury is joining a national campaign to back local traders in the run up to Christmas and we want all our readers to support them.
Indigo Street will run from 10am until 4pm in Castle Street and Market Place every Sunday from this weekend up until Christmas A Sunday car boot, craft and food fair will be open for business in Hinckley town centre this weekend - just in time for Christmas.
Stamford writer Joe Wenke critiques and satirizes many of the tenets of the Catholic Church in his new book "Papal Bull."
The incident took place on January 24 at Natwest Bank on High Street, Lutterworth, when two men entered the bank wearing balaclavas and brandishing guns A prolific offender who joined a Broughton Astley man and two others to try and rob a bank in Lutterworth has has been jailed for 15 years.
A charity that helped to break up a paedophile ring has said it could be forced to close because of funding cuts.
But two Midlands backbenchers were to be pleasantly surprised during George Osborne's 50-minute update to Parliament on the state of the nation's finances.
A renowned race track which went bust after a lengthy legal battle with neighbours over noise is set to reopen.
Graphic Content Warning: Victim Paul Moody has told how he thought he would die when he was stabbed repeatedly with a hunting knife while he was on a night out in a city centre.
From left, George Walker, William Davis project manager, and Tom Kitchener, William Davis assistant quantity surveyor, checking progress on site at Airfield Business Park in Harborough.
Harborough MP Sir Edward Garnier says he will believe promises over Harborough's long-awaited new hospital only when he sees its ribbon cut.
The British city of Leicester has won a 20-year campaign to have its own Indian visa centre, which will benefit a large Indian-origin community in the region.