The wrap: Six of the top headlines in Warrington from August 11

The wrap: Six of the top headlines in Warrington from August 11

The wrap: Six of the top headlines in Warrington from August 11

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FORGET hurricane Bertha, we're here to blow away those Monday back-to-work blues with our round-up of today's top headlines. 

The day began with figures revealing the M6 and M62 suffered lane closures almost every day in 2013. 

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Warrington Guardian:

Before the shocking videos and pictures from a flat blaze quickly shot to the top of our most read list. 

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Warrington Guardian:

Concerned residents had their say over the news Medicx, which runs four pharmacies in the town, is up for sale. 

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Warrington Guardian: Probiotic pills could be used to treat hospital bugs.

And plenty of you were disgusted Leeds Rhinos full back Zak Hardaker's contact with Warrington Wolves prop Chris Hill's eye was ruled 'incidental, non-deliberate'. 

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Warrington Guardian:

The MELA Festival brought a splash of colour to a wet and windy Warrington on Sunday.

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Warrington Guardian:

But we finish today with the news a police officer has been charged with outraging public decency in connection to a number of videos, including some believed to have been filmed in Warrington.

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Warrington Guardian: police officer rear

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