On a dark and cold winter evening protesters campaigning for justice for the two men killed in Thames Valley Police's custody held a peaceful vigil outside Slough police station in a town blighted for many years by police brutality, false and malicious arrests and police cover-ups.
On Saturday morning, 22 December, at about 11:00, the bottom end of Manor Park's Penn Road began to flood as the stream overflowed. Anxious residents contacted Slough Borough Council, who were closed for the weekend, and Thames Water's call centre without success.
One year after the sudden death of hospital patient Philmore Mills, his grieving family still await the result of a incredibly slow moving Independent Police Complaints Commission ('IPCC') investigation.
excellencebut essential services fail to leave warm and cosy council offices
During the past two years, Slough Borough Council's fat cats have enjoyed excellent high salaries and more perks than 95% of Slough families could ever dream about, whilst seeming reluctant to fix the non-working light in nearby Baylis Park, permanently off for 2 years.
Freemasons helped Santa last Tuesday when they gave presents to needy local children.
Out delivering Christmas cards on the evening of 9 December, local resident Paul Janik noticed external lights at three blocks of maisonettes were off.
Good wishesto departing director Julie Evans
Marin Cilic believes he is ready to start his charge towards the Wimbledon trophy after a successful week honing his grass-court game at The Boodles in the countryside outside Slough.
World No.1 Novak Djokovic and British hero Andy Murray thrilled a capacity crowd at The Boodles today, both showing the sort of blistering grass-court tennis that they will be hoping to produce at Wimbledon next week.
Leading an all-star line-up and opening on Wednesday what should prove to a fabulous day's tennis at a tournament in Stoke Park - on the outskirts of Slough - when he takes on talented Serbian World Number Eight, Janko Tipsarevic.
A third vigil was held today by the family, friends and supporters of 57 year old hospital patient Philmore Mills who died after police forced him on to the ward floor at Wexham Park Hospital in the middle of the night.
Two former Slough school girls have been wowing opera audiences in picturesque rural Buckinghamshire.
Dodgy PPI Scam
PPI reclaim service
Local residents have received annoying text messages urging them to go to www.ppinow.org and get help claiming compensation from High Street banks.
Shop keepers at Britwell's Wentworth Avenue shopping parade were astonished to receive letters last week from Slough Council's "Customer & Transactional Services A.R. & Social Care Charges Manager" announcing Slough Council increased their rents in 2004 but accidentally forgot to ask for the extra money.
Residents living near to Upton Court Park, especially in the vicinity of Castleview, are complaining that inadequate publicity will prevent all concerned individuals finding-out what is going-on at the Castleview field.
A meeting for local election candidates and their agents will take place on Thursday 15 March at 5.30pm, in room 'Mercury 1' on the ground floor of Slough Council's corporate offices, St Martin's Place, 51 Bath Road, on the corner of Montem Lane.
A scheme that will enable an estimated 100,000 prospective and existing homeowners to buy a home with much smaller deposits than currently required.
Four candidates contested the Baylis by-election called to fill the vacancy occasioned by Slough Borough Council officials dismissing the existing councillor Azhar Quershi
Solicitors acting for former councillor Azhar Quershi have served notice on Slough Borough Council disputing ex-Cllr Quershi's dismal for non-attendance, demanding his immediate reinstatement and insisting the by-election, currently underway to select a replacement councillor, is stopped.
This Friday evening, shortly before 7 p.m., family, friends and supporters started to assemble outside heavily fortified Slough Police Station to hold their second peaceful vigil in memory of 57 year old Philmore Mills who died in police custody whilst forced face-down on the floor of ward 9 at Wexham Park Hospital.
Proud to be Sloughclaims exposed as 'rubbish'
Every day for 8 months, shoppers visiting Slough's premier shopping centre walked past a rat infested side road filled with filthy smelling rubbish and fly-tipping.
The grieving family of Langley man, 57 year old Philmore Mills, who died in police custody at Wexham Park Hospital at about 2:30 am on the morning of 27 December 2011, are holding a second candle-lit vigil to commemorate his sudden, unexpected and unexplained death.
In the middle of Wexham Road, between Broadmark Road and the canal bridge, is a traffic island spouting three black plastic tubes.
On this dull, cold and misty morning, worshippers from both of Slough's large mosques, 78 Diamond Road and 83 Stoke Poges Lane, started to assemble at the southern end of Stoke Poges Lane at its junction with Bath Road, the A4.
Today the Slough Times witnessed the final departure of a much loved and respected Slough man Philmore Leonard Mills of Tamar Way, Langley. Philmore Mills had a wife and 4 daughters.
This evening in the bitter cold, a dead man's family and supporters assembled outside the main entrance to Wexham Park Hospital. They came to hold a candle-lit vigil in memory of Philmore Mills, the Slough man who died in unexplained and tragic circumstances at the hospital on 27 December 2011.