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New ‘bombshell’ over 750-home plan for quarry

18 December 2015

 Residents and councillors have been shocked by the “bombsh...


Design is unveiled to transform park into wildflower meadow

16 March 2017

The group spearheading an improvement scheme at an Alsager park has la...


Judge has condemned social care assessment

16 March 2017

A judge has condemned Cheshire East Council’s assessment of a ba...


Flooding threat to 120 homes built by brook

16 March 2017

Alsager residents are concerned that building work at a development on...


Bullets move back into top six play-off spots

17 March 2017

ALSAGER TOWN 2 CHEADLE TOWN 1...


Alsager’s late heartbreak

17 March 2017

ST HELENS TOWN 2 ALSAGER TOWN 2...


Miss Cheshire finalist Jennifer reveals she was victim of bullying

30 March 2017

A Rode Heath teenager, who was once the victim of bullying, entered th...


‘Decent’ jobs would solve deprivation

30 March 2017

Alsager needs “decent” jobs because people aged between 16...


Quarry bond explanation described as ‘an insult’

30 March 2017

The borough council’s response about a legally binding surety bo...


Ten-men Bullets win against odds on road

30 March 2017

Alsager Town triumphed over adversity on Saturday as they won at Holke...


Manager’s scathing verdict on costly loss

30 March 2017

Manager Wayne Brotherton criticised the professionalism of some of his...


Legend Liam inspires Alsager swimmers

30 March 2017

Alsager Bridgestone swimmers were given a surprise at a recent gala in...


Security cameras upgrade in the fight against crime

30 March 2017

Security cameras in Alsager are due to be upgraded to help clampdown o...


Campaigners suffer blow in bid to keep bank open

30 March 2017

The campaign to save an Alsager bank was dealt a blow this week after ...


Chairman criticised for not extending planning meeting

30 March 2017

An 11th hour bid to hold an emergency debate about the long-term plann...


Civic facelift to continue

30 March 2017

Alsager Civic is to undergo phase two of its planned refurbishment, a ...


Developer seeking to scrap public footpath

30 March 2017

A public footpath linking Alsager and Church Lawton through a new hous...


Harm to trees concern over ‘garden grab’ plan

30 March 2017

A plan to build a dormer bungalow in the garden of a property on Beech...


Train to use defibrillators

30 March 2017

An appeal has been made for would-be lifesavers to train to use device...


Work to begin next month on £350,000 refurb for the Civic

06 April 2017

A major renovation at Alsager Civic is due to begin next month after t...


Pensioner fears getting stuck in giant potholes

06 April 2017

A disabled pensioner living in Alsager is concerned she could get her ...


Constitution for youth council is criticised

06 April 2017

Young people in Alsager could soon get the chance to elect their own r...


Objections bulldozed as garden grab home is given the go-ahead

06 April 2017

An Alsager application, labelled as “garden grabbing”, has...


Yellow line compromise would permit drivers to still park outside shops

06 April 2017

Alsager campaigners have supported alterations to increased traffic re...


Development in Alsager has reached ‘saturation’ point

06 April 2017

An Alsager resident claimed the town is at “saturation point&rdq...


Bullets’ promotion blip

06 April 2017

DAISY HILL 3  ALSAGER TOWN 2 Alsager Town lost further ground i...


Town clerk excludes himself from meeting

06 April 2017

The Press, public — even the town clerk — were excluded fr...


More free parking is needed to ease parking congestion

06 April 2017

Alsager’s train station needs more free parking to stop commuter...


Dog owners are warned to avoid muddy walks

06 April 2017

Alsager dog owners are being warned to check their pets for lesions an...


Manager is mystified by inconsistent form

06 April 2017

ALSAGER TOWN 1  CHARNOCK RICHARD 2 Manager Wayne Brotherton is ...


Family right on cue with 24-hour pool marathon in memory of Sharon

13 April 2017

An Alsager family is cueing up for a 24-hour pool marathon later this ...


Lucy wants to be lifesaver in Tom’s memory

13 April 2017

A heart screening will be held in Alsager next month after a local tea...


Grill wins approval to also become a bar

13 April 2017

An application for a new grill in Alsager to also become a bar was app...


Plot to damage home was hatched in prison

13 April 2017

A plot to damage an Alsager property was hatched by two men, one of wh...


Campaigning mum is ‘totally overwhelmed’ by her Syrian appeal

13 April 2017

More than a thousand essential items and teddy bears will be sent to d...


Residents declare ‘enough is enough’ over development

13 April 2017

Alsager residents said “enough is enough” for development ...


Plans to give Wood Park a new look are hit by petty vandals

20 April 2017

A spate of “petty vandalism” hit Alsager’s Wood Park...


New bar and grill has only one fire exit

20 April 2017

Alsager residents were concerned that a new bar and grill on Crewe Roa...


More to election than Brexit argues Lib Dem

20 April 2017

A leading Alsager Liberal Democrat welcomed the snap general election ...


Haslington homes are ruled out of Alsager’s housing allocation

20 April 2017

New homes that are across the parish border in Haslington have been ru...


Software giant to help set up memory café

20 April 2017

An Alsager project that helps sufferers from dementia to share their m...


Grice treble fires Bullets back to winning ways

20 April 2017

Alsager Town put their poor recent run behind them with a fully deserv...


Losing planning appeal cost taxpayer £55,318

20 April 2017

The fight to save a proposed sheltered housing scheme in Alsager cost ...


Alsager car park would win pothole contest

20 April 2017

An Alsager car park is in such a bad state it could win a “potho...


Plans for kennels are opposed over puppy farm fears

27 April 2017

Residents have opposed plans to open kennels in Radway Green fearing i...


New notice boards won’t be funded by council tax rise

27 April 2017

Parish noticeboards in Church Lawton are due to be upgraded to newer l...


Family raise money for defibrillator in memory of Annette

27 April 2017

A Church Lawton family has raised money to install a defibrillator at ...


NatWest bank closure — 1,500 letters of objection are hand-delivered to HQ

27 April 2017

Alsager campaigners hand delivered 1,500 letters to the NatWest headqu...


MP enlisted to help save village doctors’ surgery

27 April 2017

Rode Heath residents have appealed to MP Fiona Bruce as they fight to ...


Switch to back three improves fortunes

27 April 2017

Back-to-form Alsager Town is finishing its Hallmark Security League, d...


Alsager are edged out in bid for top-six spot

27 April 2017

Alsager Town missed out on a Hallmark Security League, first division ...


New bid to demolish nursery greenhouses and build bungalows

27 April 2017

A new proposal has been submitted to demolish the existing greenhouses...


Opening Bronze Age barrow to the public hit by access issue

27 April 2017

Plans to open a Bronze Age monument to the public have taken a knock-b...


Campaigner wants ‘big clean up’ to rid town of dog poo

04 May 2017

An Alsager campaigner hoped the borough council would get involved wit...


Premier League star at Pikemere

04 May 2017

To celebrate the recent launch of the Premier League Primary Stars pro...


Memory café seeks to improve quality of life for dementia sufferers

04 May 2017

Alsager’s memory café, designed to be a “one-stop shop&rdq...


Developers would have to fund road crossings

04 May 2017

A campaigner fighting for new pedestrian crossings on roads used by &l...


Councillor chosen to fight general election

04 May 2017

Sandbach Coun Sam Corcoran has been selected to stand as Labour candid...


Warning to dog owners after pet badly savaged

04 May 2017

An Alsager resident is warning people to be wary of “dangerous d...


Unhappy councillor feels ‘victimised’

04 May 2017

An Alsager councillor has been left feeling “victimised” a...


Lives may be put at risk over ‘crazy’ request to measure pothole sizes

04 May 2017

Local residents could be putting their lives in danger over a “c...


Bullets’ season ends in damp squib at seaside

04 May 2017

Alsager Town’s final game of the Hallmark Security League, first...


Car park ‘disruption’ during Civic facelift

11 May 2017

Drivers using the Fairview car park may face some disruption during Al...


Green fields are under threat due to cost of developing brown land

11 May 2017

Demolishing an industrial site in Alsager designed to withstand the Na...


Civic users face levy

11 May 2017

People hiring Alsager Civic could have to pay an additional £10 ...


Allegation against town clerk prompts a review of future complaints

11 May 2017

An “allegation” against the town council’s acting cl...


Fire safety regulations at new bar remain a concern

11 May 2017

Councillors are still worried a newly opened bar could only have one s...


Lost something? Try the new lost property office

11 May 2017

Alsager now has an official lost property office. Anyone who has misp...


Lorry load of love for Syria’s young

11 May 2017

Volunteers from Alsager joined forces last Saturday morning to fill up...


Final say on quarry homes should not be taken by officers

11 May 2017

The borough council’s planning officers having the final say on ...


Divisions over call to give evidence at public inquiry

11 May 2017

Councillors remain divided as to whether the town council should give ...


New captains tee off

11 May 2017

The new captains of Alsager Golf and Country Club completed the tradit...


Council kerfuffle over the spending of £22

11 May 2017

The £22 cost of joining the Cheshire Playing Fields Association ...


Car park pothole repairs criticised by councillor

11 May 2017

Repair work carried out by the borough council is of such a low standa...


Get tough message as council vows to prosecute vandals

11 May 2017

Vandals who damaged gym equipment in Alsager would be prosecuted if ca...


Jobs blow as up to 90 face axe at BAE Systems

11 May 2017

Up to 90 jobs could be axed at an ammunitions factory on the outskirts...


A message to opponents of kennels plan

18 May 2017

The man behind plans to build 12 dog kennels in Radway Green   ha...


Sainsbury’s revive plans for Alsager supermarket

18 May 2017

A supermarket giant’s plans for an Alsager store, which could cr...


Safety campaigner accuses council of traffic lights u-turn

18 May 2017

A safety campaigner has accused the borough of back tracking on plans ...


Great War memorial must be returned to town says councillor

18 May 2017

A war memorial commemorating the workers of a long-standing Alsager fi...


Four hole-in-ones in a week!

18 May 2017

What a week it was for Alsager Golf and Country Club last week when fo...


Patrols from residents key to beating speed menace on the roads

18 May 2017

Alsager residents and Cheshire Police are working together to crackdow...


Sue finds an ally in bid to rid Alsager’s streets of dog poo

18 May 2017

A campaigner fighting the scourge of dog fouling in Alsager has welcom...