The teenage victim was rushed to hospital with injuries to his eyes and neck, but his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
Southall Broadway was closed in both directions while emergency services attended the scene of the attack.
Meanwhile, people were reading about the horrific fire in Grenfell Tower on Wednesday (June 14), after which 58 people are presumed dead.
Hundreds of firefighters arrived at the scene to tackle to fire, which burnt throughout the following day and stretched up to the top floor.
Lets take a look at five of the most read articles on getwestlondon this week.
1. Southall stabbing
Southall Broadway was closed in both directions and a teenager was taken to hospital following reports of stabbing .
Police were called to the scene at 12.20pm on Friday (June 16) afternoon, and say the victim, a male in his late teens, has been taken to hospital.
London Air Ambulance and London Ambulance also attended took the teen to a west London hospital.
Southall Broadway was closed in both directions while Met Police dealt with the investigation.
A spokesman for the force said: "Police were called Southall Broadway, Ealing, at approximately 12:20pm on 16 June to reports of a stabbing.
"A male, aged in his late teens, was taken to a west London hospital.
“Southall Broadway is currently closed in both directions while the scene is dealt with.”
Police later described his injuries as "not life threatening".
2. Suspicious package at intu centre
Police were called to the intu shopping centre in Uxbridge after hearing reports of a "suspicious package" found.
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: "We were called today at 2.22pm to the intu shopping centre on High Street, Uxbridge.
"It's a suspicious package. Road closures are in place."
One bystander said: “We have all been evicted from offices. Roads are being closed. I think it’s (the suspect package) is by Harmon House."
As a precaution, police evacuated the shopping centre and a nearby building but they later found it to be a false alarm.
They added: “Following the discovery of an unattended package, Metropolitan Police responded very quickly.
“A full investigation confirmed it was a false alarm. We’re sorry for any disruption caused and we want to thank customers for their patience."
3. Grenfell Tower block fire
Fifty-eight people are believed to have died in the horrific Grenfell Tower fire, which tore through the building on Wednesday (June 14).
The London Fire Brigade was called to the scene at 00.54am, with 200 firefighters, and more than forty fire engines attending.
Firefighters remained at the scene on Thursday (June 15) as the fire continued to burn.
London Ambulance Service confirmed they treated 68 patients and took them to six hospitals across London.
Many people remain unaccounted for, including children and teenagers who were residents of the tower.
Since the horrific incident, getwestlondon set up a fundraising page to generate funds for the victims.
Around 500 people call the North Kensington tower block home and most of them will have lost everything.
4. Guns N' Roses London concert
Thousands of west London readers were interested in how to still get tickets for the Guns N' Roses gig at London's Olympic Stadium this week.
Guns N' Roses played in front of 132,000 fans on June 16 and 17 for their only shows in the UK during 2017.
The Friday night show (June 16) was their first performance in the UK for 24 years and fans called it "an incredible experience".
The original lineup of Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan played live together for the first time since 1993 on this already iconic tour.
The shows were the only dates in the UK during the entirety of their "Not in This Lifetime Tour" which has visited Asia, Australia and Europe.
At London Stadium they were supported by The Kills and Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown for a huge night of rock.
5. Yeading Lane stabbing
A teenage boy was left fighting for his life after he was stabbed in Hayes on Tuesday (June 13).
The Metropolitan Police confirmed officers were called at 10.24pm to reports of a number of men armed with knives in Yeading Lane.
Officers and paramedics from London Ambulance Service attended the scene and after searching the area they discovered the 17-year-old boy with stab injuries in Dunedin Way.
A spokesman for The Met said: "He was taken to a central London hospital in a critical condition with life-threatening injuries."
Detective Inspector Claire Hine from Hillingdon CID said: "This is a serious incident that has left a young man fighting for his life.
"We are anxious to trace any potential witnesses as soon as possible so they can help us piece together what happened.
"If you know anything please contact us."
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