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Plans to build a new sports centre in Hornchurch and then demolish the current one in Harrow Lodge Park have been greenlit by Havering Council.

The London Fire Brigade was called to help cut two men out of their cars following a car accident in Romford earlier today (Tuesday, February 20).

A number one bestselling author from Romford has released her thirteenth crime novel, which promises her readers a gripping ride throughout and a big twist at the end.

An initiative which fines parents £100 for dangerous driving around schools could be extended.

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Boris Johnson is in Hornchurch this morning.

Urchins won 6-0 at Hall on Tuesday, with Leon McKenzie netting a hat-trick for the Bridge Avenue side

Hammers winger watches Emerson Park’s ESFA Playstation English Schools’ Cup clash

Michail Antonio and his West Ham team-mates may be having more than their fair share problems at the moment, but the exciting England squad man still made time to nip down to the Emerson Park Academy.

Popular ukulele band D’Ukes are bringing their show back to Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch with the added bonus of a beginners ukulele workshop before the performance.

Hornchurch manager Jimmy McFarlane was pleased with the performances of two of his new players in their FA Cup win over Romford at the weekend.

A community chairman has taken another step forward in his campaign to prevent a post office from being closed.

Midfielder is out injured until March, so has taken up opportunity to manage Redbridge alongside school friend Ricky Eaton

Abuse abounded in a 19th century parish council election, as Prof Ged Martin explains

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