Sharon Davies has today been jailed for life for murdering her husband at their home in Chorley last year.Read the full story ›
Sharon Edwards has been sentenced to life imprisonment and must serve a minimum of 20 years for the murder of her husband David Edwards.
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Sharon Edwards sentenced to life imprisonment. The minimum period she will serve is 20 years for murder of her husband.
BREAKING: Sharon Edwards found guilty of the murder of her husband David Edwards.
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Sharon Edwards found guilty of murder of her husband David Edwards at their home in Chorley last year.
Friends of solicitor who was 'knifed through the heart' by his new wife said they had warned him to 'get away', a court has heard.Read the full story ›
A woman has gone on trial, accused of stabbing her husband to death after their honeymoon. 42-year-old Sharon Edwards from Chorley, denies murder, claiming David Edwards "walked onto to a knife" at their home.
But the prosecution say he was a victim of domestic violence. Friends told jurors they'd seen David with a number of injuries during the couple's "volatile relationship."
Matt O'Donoghue was at today's hearing
Court hears "violent", "jealous" newlywed stabbed her solicitor husband with a kitchen knife after he was told he was being made redundant.Read the full story ›
A newly-wed bride will go on trial charged with murdering her solicitor husband.Read the full story ›
Buildings have been evacuated after a 'suspicious package' was delivered to a business in Chorley.Read the full story ›
Lancashire historians have found a precious postcard sent by one of the famous Chorley Pals from World War One.Read the full story ›
In this week of commemorations for the men and women who've fought for our freedom across the decades, we're meeting a soldier who's finally been honoured - 70 years after his service.
James Martin, from Chorley, was part of the Arctic Convoys which supplied Russia with weapons and food.
He's been awarded the Ushakov Medal by the Russians but was not able to travel to London to receive it at the Embassy.
His MP came up with a solution, and Granada Reports was invited to attend the ceremony - our correspondent Daniel Hewitt was there: