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Carmella De Lucia

Carmella De Lucia

Reporter for the Chester Chronicle. Covering a huge range of subjects in her work, Carmella also runs the Women Today and the Nostalgia pages. She was highly commended in the O2 Media Awards 2013, 2014 and 2015 for North West Weekly Newspaper Journalist of the Year.

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Fire at Lache house

FIREFIGHTERS have warned homeowners to ensure their smoke alarms are working after a discarded cigarette caused a small fire at a house in Lache on Tuesday (April 30).

Fire at saw mill in Dodleston

EMERGENCY services were called out to a small fire at a saw mill in Dodleston.

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Cyclist injured after collision with car in Helsby

A MALE cyclist has been taken to hospital with head injuries after colliding with a car in Helsby this morning (Tuesday April 30).

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Food and fashion at showjumping

FOOD and fashion will be the focus of this year’s Bolesworth Classic Show.

Car dealership fire being treated as arson

A FIRE that destroyed nineteen cars at a garage in Ellesmere Port is being treated as arson.

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‘Mixed blessings’ for rural villages as two developments could go ahead

From Front

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Police in Frodsham seek callous bag thief who targeted pensioners

POLICE are hunting a thief who left two pensioners terrified when their handbags were snatched within days of each other in Frodsham town centre.

Construction team behind M&S store win national award

THE construction company behind Cheshire Oaks’ flagship Marks & Spencer’s store has won a prestigious national award.

Elvis skydive tribute

Daring pensioner’s Elvis-themed Vegas skydive in memory of Cheshire schoolboy

A daring pensioner will skydive more than 1,000 ft from one of America’s biggest towers dressed as Elvis, in memory of a schoolboy who died from meningitis.

Farndon residents to be vigilant following spate of vandalism

POLICE are warning residents in Farndon to stay vigilant following a spate of vandalism in the community.


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