Stoke says Tony Pulis left as manager by mutual consent Tuesday, ending his seven-year tenure at the Premier League club.
A SKIP hire firm and its owner have been ordered to pay more than A 10,000 after a probe into fly-tipping in Bolton.
Indian restaurant Roshni, in Forsbrook, near Stoke on Trent, evoked memories of an Indian holiday for Louise Elliott and her husband, Martin, when they dined there recently.
A WIGAN man who disturbed hotel residents by trying to sleep rough in the corridor has admitted to being drunk and disorderly.
Pupils from Greswell Primary School's Mucky Diggers with Cllr Claire Francis, Andrew Gwynne MP and Neighbourhood Management Officer from New Charter Diane Fielding Staff from New Charter were joined by Andrew Gwynne MP and Cllr Claire Francis, as well as pupils from Greswell Primary School's 'Mucky Diggers' gardening group, as part of the national ... (more)
IT'S billed as the biggest free show in Trafford - and organisers of the Altrincham Festival want more businesses and community groups in the area to get involved.
TOM Winstanley who spent his life maintaining massive machines which powered Bolton cotton mills has been spinning a tale about his working life.
A FORMER director and club accountant of Chester City FC has been charged with drug dealing following a huge police operation.
A NEW campaign has been launched to boost Wigan jobs, tourism and the economy by granting City Status to the borough.
The Crown Prosecution Service has authorised Greater Manchester Police to charge Neville Neville, aged 63, from Bury, Greater Manchester with sexual assault.
THE outgoing Mayor and Mayoress of Warrington have paid tribute to the people of the town for making 'this wonderful borough a better place for the people and community'. In an open letter to the borough's residents Clr Steve and Julie Wright marked the end of a year serving as Warrington's first citizen.
THE brother of murdered Royton hostage Chris McManus has put his grief to good use - by devising a novel way for families to remember their lost loved ones.
RESIDENTS in Timperley, Wythenshawe and Heald Green will be able to get straight from their doorstep to the workplace with a new, 24-hour customised bus service from Sunday.
A HOLIDAY project to give youngsters plenty of things to do and tackle yob behaviour is being launched this month.