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A copy of the Mail’s first edition from January 1854 has sold at auction today (Tuesday).
An application to build 126 homes on Lubenham Hill in Harborough is set to be thrown out by councillors.
Plans to build 53 homes on a the southern end of Ullesthorpe Golf course are set to be given the go-ahead.
The success of a man’s business from home has led him to open a new showroom in St Mary’s Road, Harborough.
An Italian food importer and wholesaler is to open a delicatessen in Harborough town centre.
The big event at Hollowell Sailing Club on Saturday was its hosting of the Seavet Open and Hollowell’s Mike Playle did the club proud again.
With Wimbledon just around the corner, Harborough’s Dr Tracy Dixon has compiled a handy guide to help people avoid tennis injuries.
A teenager is organising a table-top sale at The Langtons Cricket Club to raise money for the Matt Hampson Trust
Liz Harris held her highly successful Captain’s Day at Market Harborough GC and it was Jill Moore (22) who won the Captain’s Cup with her net 67 return.
Six of Harborough Athletic Club’s juniors competed in the LRSAA County Schools Track & Field Championships at Leicester’s Saffron Lane stadium.
Dingley ended its point-to-point season last weekend and the card provided a local winner in the form of Definite Dawn in the Dodson & Horrell PPORA Club Members race for novice riders.
An agricultural show which has grown in recent years to become one of the biggest in the area is taking place this month.
A 1940s-themed night is being held at Harborough Conservative club this Saturday.
The Harborough Singers are being joined by The Broadway Jazz Band for a summer concert.
Homes being built on a controversial development site in Harborough are being marketed for sale.
Small businesses start all the time and with so many industry giants controlling the business world, it’s easy to forget about them. They’re an important part of the economy though, and it’s a shame that more of them don’t get the publicity they deserve.
Walking into a house on the market, buyers are looking for something more than a collection of rooms.
Gardens in the idyllic hamlet of Nevill Holt will be open to the public this Saturday with proceeds going to Medbourne Playgroup.
A sponsored horse ride is taking place in the countryside around Gumley, Foxton and Smeeton Westerby on Sunday.
Harborough-based company The Furniture Barn will be appearing on the new Channel 4 show ‘Hollywood Me’ this week.
Jennie Brownlie, Emma Marlow and Claire Brownlie made this collection of gnomes to sell at a handicrafts fair in Desborough.
Members of the Desborough and Rothwell Photographic Society were treated to another excellent photography talk on Friday (June 14).
Runners raised more than £1,200 for Cancer Research UK in memory of Harborough District councillor Janice Tooley, who died earlier this year.
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Weather for Market Harborough
Wednesday 19 June 2013
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Wind direction: North
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Wind direction: North east