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Former Longdendale councillor Chris Buglass had been battling with illness and was looking to stand down from the position for health reasons, a statement released by Tameside Council revealed today.
Residents at an Ashton nursing home were treated to a Valentine’s Day to remember as a local primary school serenaded them with song.
A man in his 60s was attacked and tied up by a gang of masked men in a robbery at Daisy Nook Garden Centre which has been described as "traumatic" and "shocking" by police.
Local pensioners and Together Centre members came together for a free community lunch recently.
Residents on a Stalybridge estate are celebrating after a successful campaign to reinstate a local bus route.
Ashton Sixth Form College is celebrating after being judged as 'Outstanding' in all areas by Ofsted.
The family and friends of Kingsman Sean Phillip James Dawson gathered at Stalybridge War Memorial this morning to remember him on the tenth anniversary of his death.
A business owner from Hyde says he is running out of patience with his landlord following a number of disputes.
A Stalybridge teenager's quest to Africa has received a boost from a local company.