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Rescue dog awarded 'animal OBE'
Bryn the Border Collie, was involved in search and rescue operations abroad and at home including the Bosley mill disaster
Young golfer Bel is set for final season
Prestbury golf star Bel Wardle is preparing for her last season in the junior ranks.
Car park will be dug up to test ground for cinema and leisure scheme in Macclesfield
Boreholes and pits will be dug at Churchill Way car park later this month.
Macclesfield family fun day in aid of autism
The fun day will raise money for Space4Autism, based on Lowe Street.
Cyclist does 2,000 mile ride for brain tumour charity after wife and mum died from disease
Peter Wheeldon has cycled from Olympus in Greece to London for the Brain Rumour Charity.
Macclesfield Town Hall
Golfing, a museum tour and a charity bufffet feature in our Time-trip feature this week
Gallery: Can you spot anyone you know in these pictures from the 2000s?
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).
Cheshire East Council
Cyclist hails victory after 'dangerous' pot holes fixed
David Mayers was told the pot holes on Cumberland Street, Macclesfield, were NOT defective by the council - the day before fixing them.
Macclesfield Town's play off dream lives on
Macclesfield Town manager John Askey insists his team’s season is far from over despite four straight league defeats and being knocked out of the FA Trophy.
Macclesfield's 'urban kids' enjoy the great outdoors
The day trip for children at Christ the King Primary Shcool was organised by The Rotary Club of Macclesfield Castle
Gallery: Thousands flock to National Sheepdog Trials in Sutton
Hundreds of pounds were raised at the event for the victims and families of the Bosley explosion
Nostalgia column: Pictures from Macclesfield in days gone by
We share pictures from Macclesfield Library and Cheshire Archives and Local studies each week
Brother and sister were firefighters for day to fulfill burning ambition
Ollie and Amelia Carroll, from Poynton, have Late Infantile Batten Disease, which means they are unlikely to survive past the age of 12.
Pictures: Children dressed up as favourite characters to celebrate World Book Day
Youngsters from schools and play groups wore fancy dress to mark the day which encourages a love of books.
Brothers' fashion business boosts fashion scene
Macclesfield Rick and Jon Ogden's company Tee Co. encourages independent artists to add their designs to t-shirts
Sir Alex Ferguson
Luxury hotel sold in major deal
Mottram Hall, on Wilmslow Road, Mottram St Andrew, will be operated by new owners QHotels following the sale.
East Cheshire Hospice
Watch: Sweet success for children at charity chocolate event
Kids in Alderley Edge took part in fun chocolate pizza making workshop in aid of East Cheshire Hospice.
Cheshire East Council
Bosses say car park's safe after concrete falls off the building
An investigation was launched after a piece of concrete came off the Grosvenor multi-storey and landed on the entrance ramp.
Another name added to Macclesfield's sporting hall of fame
Ryder Cup winner Jamie Donaldson has told the Express that he’s proud to have joined Macclesfield’s sporting hall of fame – but insists he doesn’t feel like a star.
Jamie's a Euro star
Macclesfield's Donaldson secures Ryder Cup glory
Wedge of Heaven
Golfing gods conspire to allow Ryder Cup rookie Donaldson to seal the deal
Macclesfield Town FC
Super Mac's coming back to Macc
Legendary boss all set for a friendly grilling in the suite that bears his name
Pride for Ryder Cup winner Jamie who started his career in Macclesfield
Macclesfield Golf Club was packed with fans to see vice president Jamie Donaldson score the winning point for Europe.
Family take on epic 400km ride
King’s School pupil Oliver Stevenson cycled with his dad John, 42, and two other family members on an epic 400km journey from London to Paris to raise money for the Brain Tumour Charity.