WE have rounded up some of this week’s most read stories, just in case you missed them.

1. PC Andrew Harper: Teenagers sentenced for manslaughter

Reading Chronicle:

Concluding a harrowing journey for PC Andrew Harper's family, his killers were sentenced on Friday (July 31).

This month will mark a year since the police officer was killed, suffering 'horrific injuries' after being dragged behind a car while trying to apprehend a teenagers who had stolen a quad bike.

Read about the verdict here.

2. Five injured by 'FIREWORK incident' last night - Locals link to 'explosion' sounds and screams heard

Reading Chronicle:

In the early hours of Friday morning (July 31), residents in Tilehurst heard 'loud bangs' and in some cases, screams.

This was likely to have been caused by an incident involving fireworks, which saw five people injured and one treated in hospital.

Read the full story here

3. Special school move to east Reading to cost extra £600k as plans move forward

Reading Chronicle:

A special school’s move to east Reading will cost an extra £600,000 than first anticipated.

Plans are moving forward for the former Phoenix College’s move to the vacant Hamilton Centre on Bulmershe Road.

Read the full story here

4. Reading terror attack: Inquests opened for victims

Reading Chronicle:

Following June's horrific terror attack at Forbury Gardens, an inquest into the deaths of the three victims was opened this week.

A coroner told how the Forbury Three had all died of a single stab wound to their necks, in events which had shocked the world.

Read the full story here.

5. Reading's food hygiene ratings revealed

Reading Chronicle:

Earlier this week, we delved into the recent food hygiene scores of some of the town's most popular eateries.

Fortunately for us, this is mostly good news! There are a few surprises though...

Find out here.