Flowers and tributes have been laid at the scene of a road accident in Arundel that claimed two young lives.
In today’s County Times, a horticultural society has come to an end of an era and closed down after 70 years, police appeal for witnesses to suspected white van burglaries and an announcement that BT are to close 390 public telephone boxes across Sussex.
Also in today’s paper, ‘drivers who kill should be punished more’. Families are calling for harsher prison sentences for those who kill on the roads. Aasma Day examines the case of a mother and her partner killed by a drink and drug driver.
In sport, Horsham Boxing Club trainer Danny Essex praises Horsham boxes after great show. We also have the latest from football, rugby and athletics.
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