The Christmas holiday may be well and truly over, but there is some good news.
After a festive break, the nostalgia pages are back in the Herald.
Continuing his series looking at Buildings of Old Worthing, Antony Edmonds explores the three most important names in the history of early Worthing – Edward Ogle, Thomas Trotter and the architect John Biagio Rebecca.
Also in the section, Pat Nightingale, honorary secretary of the Beeding & Bramber Local History Society, recounts a strange coincidence on her trip to the Scilly Isles.
And there’s also an investigation, by local historian Mark Phillips, on behalf of Arundel Museum, into the 13th-century Dominican Friary in Mill Road.
As well as this, there is all the usual news and sport, alongside our entertainment round-up, reader letters, business pages and much more.
On the health page, we look at the need for men to address their concerns. We feature an interview with consultant urologist Barnaby Chappell, who explains why men’s health issues should not be ignored.
And there is also all the latest views from our regular columnists, Ian Hart, St Barnabas House hospice chief executive Hugh Lowson, IT expert James Stoner and more.
The Herald is out today (Thursday, January 8) for the bargain price of just 80p.