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Article by Christine Sexton: Pet owners have been warned to be on alert for anyone acting suspiciously around animals after the notorious cat killer has struck again in south Essex.
Baby pygmy goats and chicks visited a Billericay care home on Wednesday afternoon to give residents the chance to hold them and find out more about the animals.
Article by the Echo: Three Prezzo restaurants in south Essex are expected to remain after the chain announced the closure of almost 100 restaurants.
Article by Emma Robinson: Worried residents have called on councillors to throw out plans to build a road though ancient woodland, which would lead to 300 homes.
Basildon Council has agreed to put a tree preservation order on some woodland after reports residents were extending their back gardens into the wood without permission.
Article by Tommy Wathen: Billericay Town owner Glenn Tamplin has stepped down as joint-manager of the club following a 5-2 defeat to Wealdstone at The AGP Arena.
A coffee shop showed the power of a small act of kindness as it offered out free coffee to its customers.
The Enquirer: We are appealing for witnesses to a robbery in Billericay High Street this morning, February 19.
Article by The Echo: A woman has had her purse stolen while shopping in Waitrose.
The Enquirer: Two young girls very kindly chose to spend a day of their half term holiday helping other children who were suffering from cancer.
Article by Basildon Standard: Everyone love's to go out for a nice meal and making sure we pick the right one for a romantic valentines evening is essential.
Article by Jonathan Pickles: A sentimental piece of jewellery containing the ashes of a person's late wife have been snatched during a burglary.