Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth: Labour MP Alan Keen vows to continue fighting expansion at Heathrow, even if it costs him his seat at the next election.
Hounslow & Heston: A Hounslow shopkeeper has told of his terror when a mindless yob threw a lit firework into his store, amid claims it could have set the whole building alight.
Brentford & Isleworth: Work on the regeneration of Brentford town centre could be delayed by 'several years' because of the looming recession, it is feared.
Also in this week's Chronicle:
Brentford : Bosses at Watermans Arts Centre speak of their joy after the Arts Council backed down and agreed to continue funding the popular venue for a further three years.
Osterley : An innocent teenager is stabbed in the neck by a gang of thugs in an horrific robbery at Osterley tube station.
Hounslow : An axe-wielding thug who launched a vicious and unprovoked attack on an Asian man in the Earl of Haig pub faces a long spell behind bars.
Feltham : Plans to tackle antisocial behaviour by cracking down on street drinking in Feltham are welcomed by residents.
Plus: Pictures from Halloween celebrations across town, special Remembrance Day features and regular columns including My Kind of Town and Looking Back with Eddie Menday.
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