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Article by Danny Rust: Billericay Town Ladies manager Kim Coster wants her side to be challenging for honours after picking up a thumping opening day win.
Article by Alasdair Hooper: Around 200 people came out in support at a charity football game in memory of a St Martin’s schoolgirl who took her own life last year.
Article by Tommy Wathen: A-level results are finally out and students are learning whether they have got the required grades for their chosen university course.
Article by Alasdair Hooper: A Billericay engineer says he was fined £160 for overstaying his time in his gym's car park by just 11 seconds.
Article by Alasdair Hooper: A historic Billericay pub has been recognised as having one of the best beer gardens in the UK.
Article by BBC news: A teenager has been arrested in connection with a sexual assault on a boy at a nature reserve.
Article by Tommy Wathen: A man has been arrested in Billericay after armed police were spotted surrounding a residential property on Friday (July 13) morning.
Article by Sam Goody: Billericay pulled away from the Shepherd Neame Essex League Premier Division relegation zone with a comfortable five-wicket win against Ilford.
Article by Kirsty Hough: Tributes have been flooding in to a “legend” who died suddenly. Paul Edwards, 34, died on Thursday following a fatal crash in Epping.
Article by Richard Duggan: Residents across the Brentwood and Billericay areas were left without electricity following an unplanned power cut this morning (Saturday, June 30).
Article by Luke Lambert: Harry Wheeler says Billericay Town’s players need to reach the required intensity quickly if they are to win a place in his team come the first game of the season.
Article by Lottie O'Neill: A Billericay mum has described her shock at giving birth to her daughter after just 27 weeks of pregnancy and how her tiny child weighed less than a bag of sugar.