Firefighters were called out to a blaze at a house in Hale on Saturday.
David Hardy, of Longfield Road, Baguley, will appear in court next month
Hundreds of bikers formed an unforgettable procession through Altrincham in honour of an 18-year-old motor neurone disease victim.
Music legend Johnny Marr opened the new £8m Brentwood College on Saturday and paid tribute to the “work, commitment and vision” that has seen the project come to fruition.
Jamie Havern, from Lymm, Cheshire, died aged 18 after being diagnosed with motor neurone disease last year
Experts at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation looked at health, pay, and the number of people claiming government aid in every constituency in the country
The town's population density is 10,272 inhabitants per square mile (3,966/km2), with 94.8 males for every 100 females. Of those aged 16 to 74, 21.7 per cent had no academic qualifications, similar to the 21.3 per cent in all of Trafford, but lower than the 28.9 per cent in England. At 4.6 per cent, Altrincham has a low proportion of non-white people. Asians are the area's largest ethnic minority, at 1.3 per cent of the population.
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The development, in Stockport Road, will consist of a range of luxury apartments on the site of Timperley library, which will be relocated along wiht a new medical centre
Launch completes first phase of '£42m cycling revolution'
Police have issued a warning about a smart-dressed middle-aged woman targeting elderly and vulnerable people in the area.
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Volunteers are being sought for another litter pick in Altrincham this Sunday.
Volunteers take Altrincham Town Centre Neighbourhood Plan into final phase of consultation
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The celebrity couple shared personalised print on Instagram to announce their son River's name
The Altrincham community has rallied round to help a homeless man whose belongings were set on fire in a shocking incident in Timperley on Saturday.
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The borough was not one of those reformed by the Municipal Corporations Act of 1835, and continued to exist under the control of the Lord of the Manor and the Court Leet until its final abolition in 1886. The Public Health Act of 1848 led to the creation of Altrincham's Local Board of Health in 1851 to address the unsanitary conditions created by the town's growing population – the first such board in Trafford.
The Altrincham-based practice has also secured a host of superhome commissions on behalf of private clients, including new-builds commencing in Windermere, Bowdon and Hale.
Labour MP says the changes would be unfair - but they could also hit region's Conservative MPs hard
Plans for a 12-mile Eruv in Hale and Hale Barns have been dropped, Altrincham Today has learned. The Hale Eruv…
Hale childrenswear shop Pixie has been announced as a finalist in the prestigious Drapers Independents Awards 2016 for the third year running – with judges hailing the boutique as “more than just a shop”.
The mum and her four kittens are now doing well after being rescued and handed to the RSPCA
The Altrincham and Sale West seat could be consigned to history as part of a review of Parliamentary constituency boundaries.
Amy Duckers says 'it's been really nice to know the public cares so much' after shocking incident in supermarket
A Mercedes was stolen when an offender used a cat flap in a robbery at a house in Timperley.
The Canadian singer's documentary film will be showing for one day only later this month
Sugar Junction, Altrincham’s new tearoom on Stamford New Road, has launched a special offer on its quintessentially English Afternoon Teas.
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Hewlett Johnson, later known as the "Red Dean" of Canterbury, was curate, and later vicar of St Margaret's in the town from 1904 to 1924.
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The 16-acre (6.5 ha) Stamford Park was designed by landscape gardener John Shaw. It opened to the public in 1880, as a sports park with areas for cricket and football. The land was donated by George Grey, the 7th Earl of Stamford, and is now owned and run by Trafford Council. The park is listed as Grade II on the Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England, and has won a bronze award from the Greenspace award scheme.
Designers and creators along with Altrincham Market foodie favourites will come together for one day in September