It's been a busy week at the Chester Chronicle and as Sunday night draws in here's the five stories you've been reading during the course of the last seven days.
1. M56 tanker crash causes chaos
There's no surprise this had thousands of you logging on to get the latest updates. Our live updates kept you in the know from when the incident happened shortly before 4pm right through until the early hours.
Three people were taken to hospital after a tanker carrying a hazardous substance tipped over on the M56 near Junction 14. The motorway was shut in both directions for 12 hours, causing widespread disruption .
Cheshire Police have since promised a full review after some motorists reported being trapped in their cars for up to seven hours.
2. Funeral of Jerry Berry
More than a thousand mourners paid their respects to a man well known in the traveller community.
The funeral took place in Ellesmere Port before the procession moved to Chester Crematorium, with a number of road closures in place .
His family paid tribute to Mr Berry, who died aged 36, saying he was "simply the best".
3. Cheshire police officer's note goes viral
A Chester policewoman put together an open letter after comments by the Home Secretary about the police force.
She felt they were harsh and the officer's response was shared 90,000 times on Facebook.
We spoke to the police officer, who did not wish to be named, and she said she was overwhelmed with the support she had received since the letter was published.
4. Plaques cause a heated debate
Are they artwork? A nuisance? Plaques put across Chester city centre to protest against the proposed Public Space Protection order were removed.
The Chronicle's story was picked up across the media and the wider web as people condemned the council for being killjoys and removing the plaques.
A petition has now been set up calling for them to reinstated.
5. New wine bar opening
Jade and Sandra Barrett got your taste buds tingling with the announcement of a new wine bar to open .
What used to be Harvest Moon coffee shop is to be converted into Ginger wine bar and deli in Northgate Street.