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Cartoonists cards celebrate Silkmen cup success
Christian Beeston, 13, from Macclesfield, has designed a greetings card ahead of the FA Trophy final
Arighi Bianchi gets green light for new warehouse
The family-run firm in Macclesfield will build the facility in Adlington
Silkmen pay festive visit to meet children at Macclesfield Hospital
Macclesfield Town Football Club players dropped into the children's ward.
A tug of war, a chip shop award and guitar lessons feature in the Time-trip this week
Can you spot any familiar faces in these photos from the 2000s?
What did it take for a bra to win an award in Macclesfield in the mid 2000s?
Find out in this week's Time-trip feature
Shop windows were out of this world for space-themed competition at Barnaby Festival
The winner of the festival's first shop window competition was The Monocle Deli on Chestergate.
With Lynn Jones, chair of trustees at the Barnaby Festival.
Cheshire East Council
Travellers set up camp in town centre car park
The group arrived at the Cheshire East Council-owned Christ Church car park in Macclesfield on Sunday evening (April 10).
Heroin dealer walks free from court
Thomas Brown, 30, from Macclesfield, was given 'exceptional' chance to change his life
No go area in Macclesfield town to be transformed into living room for the day
Art collective Glassball is inviting residents to contribute to an art project to help spruce up The Waters Green underpass.
Family's gift for 'life saving' hospital
Macclesfield Hospital's children's ward has been given a boost for helping Martha Hinchliffe, who has a rare genetic condition
Macclesfield tea seller who loves a perfect cuppa has won awards for his beautiful blends
Phil Paton from Macclesfield has won Great Taste awards for his Cheshire Tea firm he runs with a friend.
Diners rank their top 10 restaurants in Macclesfield
We look at the top 10 restaurants ranked by review site TripAdvisor
The timeline of a fiasco
Click on our interactive timeline below to see how we covered the story of Lyme Green
Police appeal: Two men robbed by gang of thugs
Officers are appealing for witnesses after two vicious attacks in the town centre
Council was wrong to withhold the Lyme Green Report
Lyme Green report must be released to answer questions
Pay-out for officers who quit after Lyme Green ‘fiasco’
The figures have been revealed in Cheshire East Council’s 2012-13 statement of accounts
‘Culture of mistrust’: Report blames senior staff over Lyme Green
That’s one of the findings of the independent probe into the ill-fated Lyme Green project, parts of which have been released for the first time.
Lyme Green scandal independent report published
Cheshire East council have repeatedly refused to release the full Designated Independent Persons report into the botched bid to build a waste station in 2011.
Great Manchester Runners step out to help East Cheshire Hospice
Up to 40,000 competitors will take part in the BUPA Great Manchester Run through the streets of the city on Sunday, May 26 - including 100 supporting the hospice.
Macclesfield Historical Group hosts Arighi Bianci talk
The Macclesfield Historical Group will host a talk about the fascinating past of Arighi Bianchi at its next meeting on January 11.
Girls’ pink power prevails at Macclesfield RUFC charity day
The pride of the rough, tough men of Macclesfield RUFC took a battering in the club’s annual Boobs vs Balls charity event.
Breakthrough in hunt for Macclesfield town centre rapist
Officers admitted the trail had gone cold despite four CCTV images showing a man police wish to question and two people – a man and a woman – seen speaking to the suspect on Mill Street before the attack. But after the fresh appeal and re-published images, the man and woman have made themselves known and supplied key information.
Mr Barlow, come out with your hands up
For a mid-week treat I took Betty, my mum-in-law, to Arighi Bianchi for lunch. "Drop me at the side door," she told me. "So I’ll be near the lift."