09:00AM, Saturday 11 June 2016
CCTV images have been released after masked men armed with crowbars robbed a Sainsbury's Local in Wootton Way on Monday.
The group stormed the shop at about 11pm and jumped over the till and opened the shutters of the cigarette counter before putting cigarettes into a large bag.
Paramedics and police were called to York Road on Tuesday following the 'unexplained death' of a woman.
At about 5.30pm on Tuesday there were four ambulances parked on the corner of Park Street and York Road near the Anchor pub.
A number of councillors walked out of a meeting on Tuesday as key changes were made at the top of Slough Borough Council.
At the extraordinary full council meeting, Cllr Rob Anderson resigned from his position as leader before a motion calling for his removal could be discussed.
Four men will appear at Aylesbury Crown Court next month in relation to multiple child sex offence charges.
The men, from Maidenhead, Flackwell Heath and Wooburn Green were charged in April as part of Operation Royce along with four other men from outside the area.
Bewildered customers got more then they bargained for when they stopped at a Dedworth Road petrol station on Sunday afternoon.
A ‘technical fault’ caused the shop’s electronic doors at the Shell petrol station to close automatically – trapping staff and customers inside for about 40 minutes
A house crime warning has been issued in Maidenhead after a big increase in burglaries in the first week of June.
The number of house burglaries more than doubled over the past week when compared with the whole of May.
Residents of Winvale and Vale Grove in Slough were forced to leave their homes on Tuesday night as torrential rain caused sewage infested water to seep in.
Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service said ‘smelly’ water containing sewage began to flood four sheltered accommodation cottages.
Drivers are being advised to avoid the Berkeley Homes construction works on the A4 this weekend as works continue on the new road layout.
Traffic light controls in both directions have recently caused backlogs of traffic on both sides of Maidenhead Bridge.
Affordable homes in Cookham and ‘chickengate’ applications were both refused at Maidenhead Development Control Panel on Wednesday night.
More than 60 members of the public squeezed into the town hall to hear the application which would see seven affordable houses built near Whyteladyes Lane.
Memories of high jinks, strict matrons and a great sense of pride were fondly shared at the Canadian Red Cross Hospital nurses reunion on Saturday.
More than 40 nurses who trained and lived together came to St Peter’s Church Hall and reconnected with old friends.
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