A Tameside woman will be laid to rest this week after the local community raised thousands of pounds to bring her home.
A Clarendon Square bookstore is hoping to reunite a 90-year-old Bible and a collection of photos, with its original owner’s family, and it is appealing to the Hyde community to help locate them.
An abandoned kitten, whose life was saved by a Droylsden veterinary team, has inspired a new charity fund to help animals in need of urgent care.
The first of two public consultations on the future of Dane Bank’s green space was held on Sunday.
In her latest column for the Glossop Chronicle, High Peak MP Ruth George speaks about this week's Queen's Speech and cuts to three 'headline' services.
After years of inactivity, Glossop's favourite timepiece is back in action again.
Derbyshire County Council has announced it has taken steps towards expanding Glossopdale School.
Parish councillors and village action group SPEED are pressing for a second school crossing patrol in Charlesworth before the worst of the winter weather blows in.
Oldham Council have said a big thank you to foster carers who look after some of the borough's most vulnerable children and young people.
Police are on the hunt for a group of teenagers in connection with two robberies in the same evening on Ashton Road in Oldham last weekend.
A 48-year-old man from Oldham stole a charity box belonging to MIND in the town, magistrates heard.
Uppermill Band is looking for a new bass/tenor trombone or horn player to strengthen its friendly team.
Groups and organisations are now invited to apply for grants from the Running Bee Foundation.
Curzon Ashton Women's Team have enjoyed a brilliant start to the season, winning all five matches in the North West Women's Regional League Division One South.
In our latest segment, BetFred's Peter Spencer talks to us about last weekend's Super League Final between St Helens and Salford.
The Dunham Forest Trophy is the top Inter Club match-play competition in a busy Alliance programme featuring the club professional and their six top amateurs in the teams of which there were nearly 100 in the original entry – the biggest of its kind in the country.