“ALL good things must come to an end” is the common expression.
A PRIMARY school which was named as the best in the town by The Sunday Times is set to be hit hardest by funding cuts according to a teaching union.
A CAT charity is making a special appeal for a temporary home for one of their ‘long stayers’ to free up pen spaces for more cats in need.
ERIC J Smith managed to wangle a couple of days off work and what better way to enjoy them than a few sessions on Cicely Mill Pool.
WOOLSTON Rovers and Crosfields will bounce into the new season on the back of a ‘derby’ day at Monks Sports Club.
THE town’s top secondary schools have been revealed after the Department of Education published league tables based on pupils' progress.
MARK Brennan makes the switch to the men’s game as the new head of coaching for Crosfields’ National Conference League side.
WARRINGTON Borough Council is set to write off around £660,000 in unpaid council tax and other debts.
PRICELESS jewellery has been stolen from a house in Winwick.
INCREDIBLE John Nicholls says the silver medal he won at the Northern Indoor Athletics Championships on Saturday is proof he is on track for the bigger goal.
CHESHIRE Wire Green’s developing under 14s squad are continuing to progress.
MORE than 50 leading technology innovators have joined a new networking platform at The Base.
A £19.3 million plan to solve the town's traffic 'blight' through the construction of a 'much-needed' bridge across the Mersey has edged closer.
MANAGER Darren Davies is as emphatic as the scoreline in his reaction to Rylands’ thumping win at the weekend.
I AM writing on behalf of the committee of Camsley Grange Riding for the Disabled Group to thank the Warrington Guardian for the grant of £1,150 and for your coverage of our charity (Warrington Guardian, January 5).
WARRINGTON Round Table would like to thank all those who contributed to our Santa sleigh collections in south Warrington in the run up to Christmas 2016.
WARRINGTON Town are aiming to have new blood in their ranks on Saturday.
RECENTLY in Locking Stumps, Trefoil, Violet, Campion and Bracken Closes were resurfaced.
I AGREE with Mr Wilson (Warrington Guardian, January 12) regarding the road systems in Warrington and a major rethink needs to take place to get the best of the rubbish system we all currently endure.
IF I were to say to you that proportional representation should be an issue right at the top of British politics, what would your reply be?
REPORTS that Warrington Borough Council is to purchase a 33 per cent share in a new bank is somewhat interesting.
INVESTIGATIONS continue after a car came off the M62 leaving a woman in critical condition.
THERE is only a tiny ‘waiting’ area for motorists who are picking up friends and family from Bank Quay station – most is reserved, as it should be, for disabled and taxis.
A PUBLIC letter to Cllr Hans Mundry, executive member of transport at Warrington Borough Council.
CHESHIRE Fire has become a trailblazer for equal rights after being named the eighth best employer in the UK for minority staff.
HE may well have redeemed himself at Euro 96 but all those years of hurt may well have come flooding back for England legend Stuart Pearce in Tenerife this week.
A police officer who fatally shot an unarmed man thought his colleagues were in 'extreme danger' at the time, a public inquiry has heard.
THE Wolves players are waking up to the fourth day of their pre-season training camp in Tenerife.
THE NORTH West Ambulance Service has been ordered to improve by healthcare regulators.
THE Common Market.
WARRINGTON Hospital’s A&E department was placed on red alert for a four-day period during the first week of 2017.
A 35-YEAR-OLD woman is inviting residents to a Stockton Heath fundraiser ahead of her first marathon.
HEALTH and safety fears are preventing Warrington RUFC from returning to an abandoned Appleton site which has left some residents living next to an 'impenetrable jungle'.
A CONTROVERSIAL system in place to 'reduce car park abuse' at Morrisons has been approved by planning chiefs.
ERIC BIRCHALL The family of the late Eric Birchall would like to thank friends and neighbours for their kindness at this time. Also for sympathy messages and donations received. Thank you to Reverend Mark Coles, Dr McCarthy and Warrington District…
OLIVE GWENYTH TAYLOR The family of the late Olive Taylor wish to express their sincere thanks to Olive’s friends and relatives for their kind expressions of condolence and warm memories of her. Also for their kind donations to charity in her…
Happy Birthday 18th GRACE WATERS Happy Birthday Gracie-O! (Told you I'd use that picture!) Dad & Dylan xxxxxxx
BRIAN NEIL 03 January 2017 Passed away peacefully at Warrington Hospital on Tuesday 3rd January 2017 aged 85 Funeral service to take place on Thursday 26th January 2017 at 1:00pm at St.Margaret and All Hallows Church followed by interment at Fox…
DAVID "DAVE" JAMES 6th JANUARY Passed away on 6th January aged 74 years. A loving Dad, Grandad and Great-Grandad. David will be sadly missed. A service is to take place at Walton Crematorium, 26th January 11am. Family flowers only please. Donations…
RAYMOND FOY Passed away peacefully on 9th January 2017 aged 80 years. Ray was the second youngest, and last surviving, child of John and Katie Foy of Broadbent Avenue Latchford and spent his whole life around Warrington. He met the love of his life…
MARGARET BETTS Passed away peacefully on 9th January in Warrington Hospital aged 82 years. Devoted mum to George, dear mother in law to Carole, devoted nana to Matt and Ethan and loving sister. Margaret will be sadly missed by all who knew her, but…
ANNIE IRENE HALL ‘RENE’ Formerly of Stockton Heath passed away peacefully on 13th January 2017 in hospital. Rene aged 96 years, was the beloved wife of the late Clifford and a loving and much loved mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Rene…
ROY BERRY Passed away peacefully on 9th January 2017 in Gainsborough House aged 88 years. Loving husband of Joan, father of the late Bill and grandfather of Steven Roy will be sadly missed but lovingly remembered by all his family and friends.…
JEAN WILKINSON 21st December 2016 Following a short illness, Jean passed away peacefully at home in company of her close family. George and family would like to give great thanks to all relatives, friends and neighbours for the help and support given…
Doreen and Brian Richards wish to thank their children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, friends and neighbours for their gifts, flowers, kind words and best wishes on the celebration of their Diamond Wedding. Thanks also to Jack Moores at the Fir…