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Wild boar warning
Morrisons donate £12,000 to a Forest of Dean charity
Ross-on-Wye schools make mental health a priority
World War II shell discovered at Holme Lacy Road
New coins will cost Councils
Commonwealth Day invitation for Ross-on-Wye residents
Generous donation to Action Bus Appeal
A lake of sewage
Storm Doris results in an amber weather warning
Car park changes for Hereford’s residents, commuters and visitors
Three motocross bikes stolen in Ross-on-Wye
Local cat rescue charity to be homeless?
Retired Ross-on-Wye postman is ready to race at Silverstone
Advice for lone parents at Ross-on-Wye Library
Planning for Herefordshire Art Week
Reunion for Ross-on-Wye students
Livestock worrying reaches a record level
Bike4Life Ride Out Festival plans rev up
Ross-on-Wye couples share the weight loss love
Whitchurch pub re-opens with new owners and management
Ross-on-Wye songwriter continues to make a musical stand against slavery
Another successful year for the Ross-on-Wye Preschool Playgroup
Thanksgiving service for a rock star – Pete Overend Watts
Historic rape allegations against Ross-on-Wye man
Thefts from vans in Ross-on-Wye
Ross-on-Wye public conveniences could be entered in the 'Toilet of the Year' competition
Alcohol licence refused for Brookend Street shop
Former John Kyrle High School student wins trip to Japan
Gilwern Ward closed at Hereford Hospital
Ross-on-Wye girl through to UK final of the Big Bang Competition
Ross-on-Wye by-election could cost taxpayers £3,000
On track to tackle speeding in Ross-on-Wye
CAB provide Ross-on-Wye Town Council with excellent return on investment
Ross-on-Wye playgroup leaders help boost Becky’s fundraising
Attempted abduction of a child at Aston Ingham
Driver taken to hospital after accident closed road at Peterstow
Woman hit by car in Ross-on-Wye
Local radiographers pay tribute paid to Sir Peter Mansfield, inventor of MRI scanning
Review: The cast of Legally Blonde give a performance which leaves the audience breathless
Luke is awarded Ross-on-Wye Rotary Club’s John Rowberry Bursary
Hoolie for Hope hailed as a great success
Crime and sci-fi combine in local author's third book
Unique litter of kittens born in the Wye Valley
Exciting day at Red House Nursery