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14:38, 27 OCT 2017
9 things you'll only know if you live in Harrow-on-the-Hill
The Tube station is actually nowhere near the hill
Harrow Half Marathon: Runners challenged to beat Olympic mile in under four minutes
The record was set by Harrow's own Sir Roger Bannister - the namesake for the Family Mile race
Why we love Harrow: From Hollywood to great food, the undeniably good reasons to live in and love the borough
Everyone has a particular spot in the capital which holds a place in their heart - here why Harrow should be loved
First World War Centenary
Passchendaele Victoria Cross heroes killed by snipers remembered at moving Westminster service
Thomas Riversdale Colyer-Fergusson and Dennis George Wyldbore Hewitt both lost their lives on the first day of the bloody battle
Harrow Half Marathon is back after a decade break - and the MP is running
The event will start and end at Harrow School, Harrow-on-the-Hill, so runners will have to brace themselves for a steep incline
Step inside unlocked historic venues as part of Heritage Open Days
Five locations across west London to explore on the final day of the festival celebrating history and culture
Harrow School student dies in Greek party resort after celebrating A level results
Archie Lloyd, 18, was found dead in his hotel after reportedly falling and hitting his head after being allegedly punched outside a nightclub in Malia
Bangkok bombing: Harrow law student among victims killed in Thailand terror attack
Chan Vivian Wing-Yan, 19, is reportedly among the victims who died in Monday's explosion, with moving tributes flooding in online
Unseen London: Amazing images captured by Fulham photographer
See inside some of London's most mysterious buildings - rarely seen by the public - with this gallery of amazing photographs
Brazilian catering firm boss from Harrow wows judges on MasterChef: The Professionals
Mum-of-one Luciana Berry, 34, who runs Catering On The Hill, was one of three contestants to make the quarter-finals of the BBC cookery show in Tuesday's episode
Kensington heartthrob Benedict Cumberbatch gets engaged to Hammersmith girlfriend
Benedict Cumberbatch's engagement to Sophie Hunter will dash many girls' hopes today
Harrow London Borough Council
Neighbours express 'relief' as Harrow Council reach agreement with foundation over Church Fields
The council lease the land from the foundation, but neighbours have been worried for months that they could lose access to it.
On the Beat
On the Beat: Out and about in Harrow
Simon Ovens talks us through a week in policing Harrow.
Harrow Bilingual Primary School announce open days
The group behind the new free school- which promises to teach youngsters French during their Primary years-have announced the details of their school’s open days which will be held at Harrow School.
Council came close to organising emergency planning meeting over Church Fields
Harrow's planning chief confirmed that planning permission would be required by the Harrow Foundation, which owns the fields.
Protesters earn reprieve after concerns of being blocked off from local field
Solicitors from Harrow School informed the council that the deadline to block public access to Churchfields has been extended to October 7.
Harrow School to consider more options following pressure from residents over Churchfields
A huge demonstration this week showed the strength of feeling from neighbours of the land set to be blocked off from their local field.
'Outstanding' Ofsted result for St Bernadette’s Catholic Primary School
Pupil behaviour dubbed 'exemplary' by Ofsted.
Harrow London Borough Council
The mystery of Churchfields: Neighbours to be blocked off from local park
Charity closely tied to Harrow School order a gate to be installed in a bid to restrict public access.
Discover the beautiful history of Harrow next month
In Harrow we are so lucky to have a rich tapestry of historical buildings, and now it is your chance to see them first hand.
Read: poet's emotional First World War ode to Harrow - and send in your own
'Harrow's Honour' was written two years into the Great War in Germany by a Captain in the Queen's Regiment and appeared in The Muse in Arms, an anthology of British war poetry published in November 1917
England Cricket Team
In video and pics: Former Harrow schoolboy hits maiden test ton for England against Sri Lanka
Gary Ballance stars at the crease to lead England to a superb recovery at Lord's
Old Harrovians stage The Merchant Of Venice on May 9 and 10 at Harrow School
Tickets still available for 7.45pm performances this Friday and Saturday in Harrow on the Hill
Harrow youngster helps England beat the Scots
Sirkers’ two tries fire his side to victory in home nations clash, writes Chris Buchanan