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Former Chancellor – and new London Evening Standard editor – George Osborne opened the new £192 million A556 Knutsford to Bowdon dual carriageway today.
Spring is finally springing and there is excitement at Pixie as the Hale childrenswear, toys and gifts boutique welcomes the new season with a host of gift and spring/summer outfit ideas.
Bowdon’s Archie Phillips has been selected for the under-16 England hockey squad to play a series of international fixtures against top European teams.
Exclusive: Trafford Council to sell Regent Road car park as plans revealed for mixed-use development including multi-storey
Trafford Council has announced its intention to sell Regent Road car park and redevelop it as a mixed use development comprising additional parking spaces, retail units and residential apartments.
The pupils of St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School have been learning about the Fairtrade Foundation and the difference they make to farmers across the world.
An Altrincham company is giving local businesses the chance to win a new website package worth £3,000.
The owners of cocktail bar Riddles are to launch a new specialist spirit shop in Altrincham town centre.
Theatre returns to the Altrincham Garrick next month with a six-night run for an Edwardian drama that was ranked by…
Chart-topping disco legends Odyssey are to headline the Hale Barns Carnival in July.
A by-election will be held in Broadheath in May after councillor Louise Dagnall stepped down due to ill health.
Burglars rammed the gates of a house with a stolen car during a robbery in Hale Barns over the weekend.
Loreto Preparatory School’s young flyers have crowned a record breaking year by winning the Independent Schools’ North of England Cross Country Championships.
It’s Mother’s Day on Sunday March 26th – and here are several great options to say ‘thanks mum’ with flowers…
Altrincham Grammar School for Boys’s First XI has reached the final of the English Schools Football Association Cup competition for the first time.
The boss of a Hale bar who took a terrified teenager hostage during a “paranoid” meltdown fuelled by cocaine and red wine was behind bars today.
An Altrincham school has been congratulated by a government minister for being ranked as one of the top 5% of schools in the country.
An Altrincham woman has teamed up with three colleagues in a bid to run the London Marathon – dressed as a plane.
“It’s tragic”: Budget cuts mean Altrincham school’s musical productions are set for final curtain call
Boys from Altrincham Grammar School will perform their most ambitious musical production to date next week – just as budget cuts are forcing the school to scrap music as an option for sixth formers.
A woman from Altrincham has pleaded guilty to supplying the synthetic drug known as Spice.
An Altrincham digital marketing agency has been appointed by well-known Manchester brands Cosatto and Baines and Ernst.