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New ‘bombshell’ over 750-home plan for quarry

18 December 2015

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


Patients need patience as waiting-time targets are missed in A&E

23 February 2017

A protest group has highlighted the NHS A&E waiting-time crisis in...


Church and Scouts hit target for lottery funds

23 February 2017

Community projects in Congleton and Alsager have been given £10,...


Bank closure fight is going to London HQ

23 February 2017

Alsager residents fighting the closure of the town’s NatWest bra...


Storage space needed as mother bids to help world’s child refugees

23 February 2017

An Alsager mother wants storage space for donations to child refugees....


Estate gets spring clean

23 February 2017

Alsager residents helped to spruce up a local estate ahead of the Grea...


Grice back in the groove

23 February 2017

BACUP BOROUGH 0  ALSAGER TOWN 4  ...


It’s decision time for garden-grab homes on Woodside Avenue

23 February 2017

Revised plans have been released for a proposed development in a garde...


Honouring the life of First World War hero

23 February 2017

A remembrance ceremony to honour the life of a soldier killed during t...


Rob wants to hear stories from Second World War

23 February 2017

An Alsager author is appealing for stories and pictures about the town...


Healthy outlook after community groups secured funding votes

23 February 2017

Seven community groups in Alsager shared a £8,420 kitty on Satur...


Homes for older people do not have to be built

23 February 2017

A scheme designed to provide accommodation for people aged 55 and over...


Shared space scheme could be ‘nightmare’

23 February 2017

A proposed shared space scheme in Alsager would be a “potential ...


Controversial housing plan for greenhouses’ site is to be approved

02 March 2017

A proposed housing development in the Church Lawton greenbelt was due ...


Move to reduce paper use by eco-friendly politicians

02 March 2017

Eco-friendly politicians in Alsager have pledged to cut down on the am...


Restaurant owner seeks an extended bar licence

02 March 2017

An Alsager restaurant is due to reopen after its new owner applied for...


New restaurant on menu

02 March 2017

A former hardware store on Sandbach Road South, Alsager, could become ...



Tip closure is put on hold amid plan for extra costs

02 March 2017

An under-threat public tip has been given a temporary reprieve after c...


Community support centre is in demand

02 March 2017

Alsager Community Support Centre commemorated its second anniversary o...


Dog injured by broken glass at Fanny’s Croft

02 March 2017

An Alsager dog owner has claimed glass on Fanny’s Croft has cost...


Residents are sold dream, not reality over shared space

02 March 2017

Alsager residents would be “sold the dream and not the reality&r...


‘Ghost town’ fear if business rates rise

02 March 2017

Increased business rates could have a “disastrous” impact ...


More homes could be earmarked for town

02 March 2017

Alsager could need more housing to reach its 2,000-property allocation...


Funding cuts would leave schools in ‘dire straits’

09 March 2017

Schools across east Cheshire are in “dire straits” due to ...


Sophie is martial arts golden girl aged 11

09 March 2017

A girl with a black belt in tae kwon do struck gold twice in an intern...


Blocked gullies blamed for widespread flooding

09 March 2017

Alsager residents are concerned that blocked gullies could be causing ...


Residents oppose new shared space scheme for centre

09 March 2017

Alsager residents have opposed a “shambolic” and “da...


Drug dealers on Radway estate targeted by police

09 March 2017

Residents on an Alsager estate fear speaking out about drug use in cas...


Developer accused of ‘cynical manipulation’ over planning rules

09 March 2017

An application to demolish greenhouses to make way for three homes was...


No sign of White Moss report ahead of appeal

09 March 2017

An Alsager resident has claimed the borough council has ignored reques...


Lottery cash is needed to open Bronze Age barrow

09 March 2017

The group looking to open a Bronze Age barrow in Church Lawton to the ...


Holmes sending off was pivotal in loss to leaders

09 March 2017

In what was billed as the Hallmark Security League, first division&rsq...


Action demanded over car park described as ‘dangerous and unsafe’

16 March 2017

A car park at Cedar Avenue, Alsager, that has been labelled “dan...


Firm claims locals are not interested in apprenticeships

16 March 2017

A Radway Green business has claimed local workers are “not inter...


Lady golfers’ prizes

16 March 2017

Alsager Golf Club Ladies’ winners from the season were presented...


Another blow to bank campaigners as ATM is being withdrawn

16 March 2017

Campaigners fighting to save an Alsager bank were dealt a blow on Mond...


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...


‘No ifs or buts, you can stick your funding cuts’

23 March 2017

More than a thousand people from across east cheshire took to the stre...


Tributes to newsagent, a ‘pillar of the community’

23 March 2017

Tributes have been paid to an Alsager “pillar of the community&r...


Heartbreak for Vale

23 March 2017

Congleton Vale suffered a disappointing 5-4 loss at Alsager Town reser...


Campaigner ‘tearing his hair out’ in bid to get new crossings

23 March 2017

A campaigner for traffic lights in Alsager is “tearing his hair ...


Proposed closure of doctor’s surgery is a bitter pill to swallow

23 March 2017

A Rode Heath doctor’s surgery should close because a replacement...


Jovi…not Jon Bon is headline act at Crufts

23 March 2017

A border collie from Alsager was part of a dog racing team that came t...


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...