Dedicated foster carers and their families in Slough have been honoured with awards.
They recognise outstanding carers and children of carers, and are part of the first ever Fostering Excellence Awards organised by the Fostering
People having difficulty hearing the automated message when calling the
non emergency 101 number are being advised to stay on the line.
Thames Valley Police are aware of a nationwide technical issue and have said
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Fireworks and festive songs were all part of the Slough Christmas Lights Switch On last night.
The fun began at 3.30pm with the Beechwood School Gymnastics Squad.
Crowds which gathered in Slough High Street
A film and video production company in Slough have won a place in the UK's prestigious Top 100 Apprentice Employers list.
Resource Productions were selected by a panel of judges from the employment and skills
The ambulance service is urging people to think before dialing 999 during the industrial action on Monday.
South Central Ambulance Service [SCAS] will still run while members of Unison, Unite and GMB intend to strike
A 'thoughtless' decision made by a Slough woman has led to her being given a conditional discharge and ordered to pay £515 in costs.
Kellie Murray, of Long Readings Lane, pleaded guilty to three offences
Roadwork's are set to cause disruptions on the M4.
Starting on Wednesday the eastbound entry slip road at Junction 7, Slough, and one lane on the eastbound carriageway will be closed overnight, between 10pm and