MAFIA, Metroland and media - three key words for this week , but not what you might put in the same sentence with 'Uxbridge'.
The press descended on the town, however, when alleged fugitive Mafia boss Domenico Rancadore was found to be living in Manor Waye, where he was arrested on an extradition warrant.
It was an amusing diversion from the more serious matters that affect our readers' lives, such as the Powerday recycling plant in West Drayton. People living close to the earmarked site have really ramped up their opposition this week.
The inquest into the death of Antonio Martinez took place this week. Known as 'Zite' to many, his death at Hayes and Harlington station raised a number of important issues.
Cash windfalls have been dropping like apples in the autumn breeze, and a hefty sum for the Mencap Jubilee Swimming Pool in Hillingdon was topped by the eye-watering wedge of cash the Lottery has given Eastcote House Gardens. Full speed ahead on renovations there, then.
Cash was also on the mind of insurance giant Legal and General, when it considered the benefits of investing in HS2. Guess what the answer was?
And up in Harefield, another significant number -102 - has Florence Maiden sharing her secrets to a very long life.
Elsewhere, the Tom Ousby story has more shocking developments, as the family of the young DJ killed in Mallorca search for answers, and cat owners are warned to be on their guard after a double airgun shooting.
Little Liam Moyo's parents want to raise awareness of the effect on children of serious road accident injuries, as their son recovers a year on, and we have any number of readers needing your help as they raise cash for great causes.
There is a dads' and kids' group just started in the north of the borough, covering Harefield, Northwood and Eastcote, a top food award for a Ruislip Manor business and the Balcony Shirts boys and girls unveil their latest project - a TV theme tune.
Hayes FM has a new man at the helm, Wilko in Yiewsley has a haircut hero, there are pictures from Hillingdon Music Society's Wizard of Oz and Emily and Alice Hounsome's masque ball, and news of Hayes and Yeading's top new signing.
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