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A man was taken to hospital after being stabbed in a row in West Reading at around 6am this morning.
Two men have been arrested in connection with a spate of fuel thefts from cars and lorries in Burghfield Common.
West Berkshire Council has devised six new easy health walks.
Schools around Reading have new science books, thanks to a bomb factory.
A 37-year-old homeless man who was troubled by the death of his mother was found dead in a friendâs home after a drug overdose.
A Calcot teenager has been jailed for stabbing a man in Lower Caversham leaving him with life-threatening injuries.
The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for London and South East England including parts of Oxfordshire, Reading and Wokingham.
Campaigners say plans to build a 3,500 home mini-town in Arborfield are âill-conceivedâ.
A fine blend of big names from the culinary world is on the menu for Eat Reading Live 2013.
A family have told of their horror after their pet rabbit was savaged by the neighbourâs dog.
Football stars are coming out of retirement to take on the Army in a charity match marking two major soccer anniversaries.
Last yearâs London Olympics are still fresh in peopleâs minds and the legacy rolls on.
After making it across the Reading Half Marathon finish line, a former Reading FC player and his daughter are training for the British 10k London Run in aid of West Berkshire Mencap.
Two hooded boys attempted to snatch a 13-year-old girl's mobile phone in West Reading on Thursday.
Firefighters rescued two students stuck in a lift in the Whiteknights Campus Library of Reading University today.
Friends are rallying together to hold a benefit concert for a âtop guyâ who is fighting for his life after being hit by a coach in King's Road.
A new mosque will also be opened up as a meeting place for the local community, the owners have promised.
Councils are joining forces to encourage more people to sign up to become foster carers after a county-wide shortage.
Parish councillors in Purley-on-Thames and Mapledurham got together on Tuesday to forge a plan to combat helicopter noise.