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  1. Four-midable Sporting cruise to Kempston victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Droitwich Advertiser

    BROMSGROVE Sporting boss Brendan Kelly confirmed his early fears were dispelled as the Rouslers proved rampant 4-0 winners at Bedfordshire side Kempston Rovers this week. But an early goal from Richard Gregory got the Rouslers into their stride before Charlie Dowd despatched a second before half time.


  2. Semi-pro female coach changing attitudesRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Sky Sports

    According to the Football Association, Orchard-Smith is the only female to hold a coaching position in men's semi-professional football. Orchard-Smith is a former footballer herself, who started coaching her son's team when he was five years old.


  3. Christmas events, including Santa Sleighs and Church Services, in our What's On guideRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Hunts Post

    Sleepwalking Band at the Buckden Village Club on December 21. 9pm-11..30pm. Free entry.


  4. Stolen medals reunited with former serviceman after his home was ransacked by burglarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hunts Post

    A former Royal Engineer, whose service medals were stolen from his home in St Neots, has been reunited with the items after they were handed in to police. Patrick Pearson, 77, returned home from lunch at his daughter's house in Buckden on November 25 to find that his home had been ransacked by burglars.


  5. The supermarket car park in St Neots is chock-a-blockRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cambridge Evening News

    We will keep you updated on this incident, and all other traffic and travel news across the county and beyond this morning. You can also download our free app.


  6. Christmas getaway CHAOS: Storms, 3-hour delays and rail engineering...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Star

    The M25, M6 and M40 have been pinpointed as hotspots over the festive period with Thursday and Friday seeing a peak in traffic with up to 2.8 million vehicles on the roads. Travel mayhem has been warned after research by the RAC and traffic analysis company Inrix with drivers heading north set to be most badly affected.


  7. Worst traffic hotspots this Christmas revealed: Motorists warned to avoid the M25, M6 and M40Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Mail

    Trump calls former Green Beret Major accused of killing a suspected Afghan bomb maker a 'US Military hero' and says he will 'review' the case after outcry at the decision to charge him Vital Lockerbie evidence 'was made AFTER the doomed flight crashed': Circuit board used to convict Libyan over 1988 bombing wasn't manufactured until 1991, documentary claims amid calls for a public inquiry Nigella Lawson reveals how she has to tell US television networks not to airbrush her 'sticking-out stomach' as celebrity chef hits out at 'hatred of fat' Inside Facebook's opulent two-day Christmas party: Social media giant builds a huge winter village in San Francisco with a 'thumbs up tavern' for staff after their VERY turbulent year, as Mark Zuckerberg and execs celebrate in an exclusive VIP area Worst traffic hotspots this Christmas revealed: Motorists warned to avoid the M25, M6 and M40 this week ... (more)


  8. These are the best and worst primary schools in CambridgeshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 16 | Cambridge Evening News

    The Elton CofE Primary School of the Foundation of Frances and Jane Proby in Peterborough is the best-performing primary school in Cambridgeshire, with nearly every pupil meeting expected levels of reading, writing and maths, new figures have revealed. The latest Key Stage 2 results have shown that 95% of pupils in the school reached the expected standard in core subjects this year - the highest proportion in the county.


  9. Self-harm stats for young people in Swindon alarmingly highRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 16 | Swindon Advertiser

    PICTURE POSED BY MODEL File photo dated 09/03/15 of a woman showing signs of depression. More than half of young people who died by suicide had previously self-harmed, a report by the University of Manchester looking at dozens of deaths found.


  10. Tyre Pros around Herts and Beds want your food donationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 14 | Crow

    Rob Gainsborough made the largest single donation to his local foodbank last Christmas, and hopes to do the same in Letchworth this year. Picture: Rob Gainsborough The manager of STS Tyre Pros in Letchworth has organised food collections at seven centres across three counties to donate to the North Herts foodbank at Christmas.


  11. PROPERTY: Leading economist forecasts Bucks' housing marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 15 |

    Exclusively for the Bucks Free Press, one of the best known housing market economists in the industry has produced a forecast showing what's in the stars for the house market in Buckinghamshire over the next four years. After that, if the predictions are right, property values in Bucks will be heading back to the sunlit uplands.


  12. F1 teams concerned about Brexit crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 15 | AutoWeek

    F1 teams are worried about the Brexit crisis in Britain. In 2016 the British people voted to leave the European Union; now the situation is in crisis with prime minister Theresa May's exit deal and party leadership uncertain.


  13. House fire in Hail WestonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 14 | Hunts Post

    Fire crews from St Neots and Huntingdon were called to a property on the High Street at about 10pm following reports that the house was on fire. Firefighters arrived to find a fire on the ground floor of a two-storey terraced house.


  14. Non-League Football: Boss believes St Neots Town can leave a tough spell behind themRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 14 | Hunts Post

    The local club climbed out of the Southern League Premier Division Central relegation zone with a 3-1 victory against Redditch last Saturday. And Clements reckons the long awaited triumph at the Premier Plus Stadium - just a second league victory on home turf all season - proves his men can climb the standings.


  15. Highs and lows in cup competitionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 13 | Watford Observer

    Tring Athletic experienced mixed fortunes in two cup competitions as they were knocked out of the FA Vase but advanced in the Herts Charity Shield. Saturday saw Athletic take on Biggleswade in an FA Vase third round replay and again there was nothing to split the two sides in normal time as they played out a 0-0 draw.


  16. F1 teams worried about Brexit crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 13 |

    After British people voted in 2016 to leave the European Union, the situation is now in crisis with prime minister Theresa May's exit deal and party leadership in tatters. If there is no deal in place by March 29 next year, Britain will leave the EU amid unprecedented uncertainty about the future.


  17. Manchester City greats in farewell to Johnny Hart at Warrington memorial serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 12 | Leigh Journal

    FOOTBALL greats joined family and friends in saying goodbye to former Manchester City player and manager Johnny Hart in Warrington today. Ex-England internationals Franny Lee, Mike Summerbee, Joe Corrigan and Peter Barnes were among those paying their respects at Johnny's memorial service at St Thomas' Church in Stockton Heath.


  18. Stourbridge boss Gary Hackett pleased with battling point at BanburyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 12 |

    STOURBRIDGE have edged to the top of the Southern League Central table after a rare goalless draw at Banbury on Tuesday night. The Glassboys failed to find the back of the net for the first time in 12 league games - a run that goes all the way back to the 0-0 draw with Alvechurch in September.


  19. Arsonists believed to be behind straw bale fire in NeedingworthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 12 | Hunts Post

    A barn fire in Needingworth, which saw 500 tonnes of straw go up in flames, is believed to have been started deliberately. The blaze started at about 9pm on Monday night, with police and fire and rescue crews called to attend a barn in Lowndes Drove.


  20. Buckets of support for mental health charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 11 | Hunts Post

    St Neots Town Football club raised more than 300 for the Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South Lincolnshire Mind, a charity that helps support people struggling with mental health issues. The club raised A 325 by holding a raffle and a bucket collection at a recent match against Coalville Town FC.