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44 min ago | Knutsford Guardian
ROCK Choir leader Kathryn Davies is busy fine-tuning her choirs from Knutsford, Chester, Warrington, Nantwich and Crewe for the performance of a lifetime at The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester on Sunday at 3pm.
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4 hrs ago | Uttoxeter Advertiser
Staffordshire Police said the collision happened just before 4.30pm on Sunday, May 18 on the B5017 between Six Lane Ends and Five Lane Ends, and involved a blue VW Golf convertible.
A vast development consisting of 375 homes, a 70-bed retirement complex and a retail park has been approved for Harpur Hill, in Buxton.
COUNCIL chiefs have revealed they are monitoring a rise in parking-related problems in areas surrounding Burton's Queen's Hospital.
VILLAGERS were out in force to pound the pavements and enjoy a summer fete in a bid to raise vital funds for a Marchington School.
Demolition work has begun on a former pottery factory site in Stoke-on-Trent which was severely damaged by fire.
Two people who bought a house in Stoke-on-Trent for just 1 have been given the keys to their fully renovated home.
THE Health and Safety Executive have launched an investigation after a man died following a fall from a pylon in north Cumbria.
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ORGANISERS of a series of special events in Stafford to commemorate the centenary of the First World War are trying to track down the relatives of the men from the area killed in 1914.
AFTER months of line-learning and rehearsals, a cast and crew of more than 100 pupils from a Marchington school lifted the curtain on the end-of-year production.
A UTTOXETER charity has 'with great sadness' closed its doors as its increasing demand meant trustees could no longer keep it sustainable.
Family, friends, staff and residents defied the bad weather to help Hoar Cross Nursing Home raise 1,700 towards more activities and new equipment for residents.
BLACK Country theatre group The Fizzogs have become an internet sensation after a video of their comedy dance performance at Stourbridge Carnival was posted online.
A violent criminal was freed on license only to stab his mother's neighbour to death with a pair of SCISSORS - just 21 days after being released from prison.
Jason Boote, 39, of Keates Avenue, Stafford, pleaded guilty to two charges of assault on May 18. He was given an 18-month community order, including 200 hours' unpaid work, ordered to pay A 200 compensation, a A 60 victim surcharge and A 85 costs.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 12:18 pm
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