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A teenager has been charged with a series of driving offences after a car crashed into bushes following a police chase in Dukinfield.
A girl from Ashton has raised hundreds of pounds to help train an assistance dog for a Stalybridge teenager.
Around 130 youngsters from across the district took part in a Jubilee year parade through Denton to celebrate the 50th birthday of the Wolf Cub movement in 1966.
Centenaries for local war memorials will be celebrated, local councillor John Taylor has pledged.
Tameside’s new mayor is due to be installed next Tuesday.
A new bike hire scheme is coming to Greater Manchester next year – and leaders say lessons have been learned from the unsuccessful Mobike rollout.
It’s the time of year when churches usually take to the streets with banners and brass bands for the annual Whit walks.
GMP’s Dukinfield Division took to social media to remind residents that they are still operating to protect victims of domestic abuse.
According to volunteers who have been helping out at Broad Mills Heritage Site in Broadbottom, a number of plants have been stolen.
Glossop Chronicle and Tameside Reporter journalist Lauren Entwistle has her own column in the paper giving her opinion on all kinds of subjects. This week, she discusses the importance of looking after your mental health.
In this week's column, Tameside Radio presenter Ian Cheeseman discusses his chats with Eddie McGinnis's son Ryan, Syd Little and former Premier League footballer Fabrice Muamba.
Coronation Street and BBC Doctors actor and presenter Daniel Westwood has set up a nationwide Mental Health Awareness campaign called #Here4u – in the hopes of putting some "good back online."
As part of Veterinary Nursing Awareness month during May, Hyde-based White Cross Vets has launched a social media campaign to raise awareness about the crucial role registered veterinary nurses play in pet health and wellbeing.
In his latest column, the Vicar of Mossley, Rev David Warner, tells us about a random act of kindness he received and how the parish plans to mark Friday's third anniversary of the Manchester Arena bombing.