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. Jorgie Porter on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here
At the start of this week, we revealed how the Hollyoaks star and now jungle dwelling favourite was actually a former pupil at The Hammond School in Chester.
What's more, Jorgie herself tearfully told her jungle mates and a nation of TV viewers how she came to get a scholarship for the Hoole Bank performing arts school during the show on Wednesday night.
And if that wasn't enough, you also lapped up Jorgie's account of being 'stinking and starving' from Thursday night's show!
2. 'Son of Concorde' backed by Airbus could be flying by 2021
Chronicle readers were fascinated to read about the world’s first private supersonic jet which could be launched in just six years with the help of Airbus.
The ‘Son of Concorde’ would allow passengers to travel between London and New York in just three hours, and Los Angeles to Tokyo in six.
If all goes to plan, test flights will take place in 2021, with the first commercial flights for businesses beginning in 2023.
3. River Dee flood alert issued by the Environment Agency
Nothing gets people flooding to our website more than the potential for extreme weather conditions and we have had a few scares this week.
4. Christmas lights switch-on in Chester
The festive season finally arrived in Chester on Thursday - but not without a slight hiccup when the lights themselves failed to come on as planned due to a computer malfunction.
Even so, the 15,000 who packed the city centre were able to enjoy a spectacular 12 Days of Christmas themed parade through the streets.
So impressive was this event, some Chronicle readers declared it the best parade they had ever seen.
5. Chester murderer given extra two years behind bars
Another well-read story this week concerned Wesley Dennis Rowlands who was handed a further two years behind bars after he was found guilty of wounding a prison guard at HMP Liverpool.
Rowlands, 32, beat Chester dad-of-three David Lavender to death on a pub crawl in May 2012 after he objected to him urinating on a landlady's dog.
Rowlands – who was jailed for life with a minimum of 15 years in jail - has now been convicted of wounding a 46-year-old prison officer in the chest with a home-made knife.