The seventh Cash for Schools token is printed in today's newspaper.
The Advertiser token-collect initiative will see £20,000 divided among participating schools with cash provided by the Louis Baylis (Maidenhead Advertiser) Charitable Trust.
Worried business men and women in Windsor fear that Maidenhead is regarded by Royal Borough bosses as the area's 'economic driver'.
The warning came from Phil McMichael, business director of Bang & Olufsen in Windsor
Paralympic rower Naomi Riches helped to get shoppers fired up to raise cash for charity.
The gold medallist visited Sainsbury's in Providence Place on Friday, February 28, to encourage people to sign up for the
A sporting schoolboy has won a national championship for the long-jump.
Elliot Thorne travelled to Sheffield for the England under-15 indoor athletics championship on Sunday.
The 14-year-old struck gold in the long-jump event, recording a
A town centre curry house could face a £10,000 fine for employing an illegal immigrant.
Acting on a tip-off, immigration officers raided Curry Zest in Queen Street in Maidenhead at 5pm on Wednesday.
A campaigning pupil has impressed Home Secretary Theresa May with her quest to improve the school toilets.
The student council at All Saints Junior School began writing letters to companies asking for help, but seven-year-old