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12:15, 20 OCT 2017
Tree of light will be moving tribute to lost loved ones
Residents are encouraged to remember their loved ones by taking part in a Christmas tree celebration in Macclesfield Market Place.
Cycling club hold charity rides in memory of pal Ben Rathbone
The Macclesfield Wheelers will lead three different rides for members of the public at the weekend
Before the bench
Macclesfield cases heard before Magistrates
Landlord defends parking provision in proposed flats scheme
Peaks and Plains Housing Trust is offering a parking space to only 23 of the 67 flats and nothing for visitors
Cheshire East Council
Town council hits out at plans to increase car park charges
Cheshire East Council wants to raise charges by up to 20p an hour.
The future looks bright for Macclesfield town centre
The town council which installed the lights say they're not just for Christmas.
Bellringers tribute to war hero
A group at Christ Church have paid tribute to Albert Hirst, a former bellringer, who died serving in Iraq in 1917
Tragic story of WW1 soldier revealed
Thomas Brown, from Macclesfield, fought in four of the fiercest battles of the First World War and survived. What happened next is heartbreaking.
Pizza take away Papa John's arrives in Macclesfield
The popular chain is opening at the former Nat West bank at Park Green
Cheshire East Council
Planning decisions in Macclesfield not affected by dodgy air data
Cheshire East Council has concluded planning decision were correct despite deliberate data manipulation
Before the Bench: Macclesfield and Poynton cases in court
The following cases have been heard at Crewe and Stockport magistrates' court
Dozens pay tribute to Passchendaele war dead
Macclesfield and surrounding villages lost almost 100 men in the famous First World War battle
Three men convicted after £280k cannabis farm find
The trio were involved in a massive operation in two flats on Park Green, Macclesfield
7am 'rocket launch' will mark anniversary of WW1's bloodiest battle
Dozens of Macclesfield men perished in the fighting.
Parking Eye moves in to catch cheeky drivers parking at Waters Green Medical Centre
Waters Green Medical Practice is bringing in the scheme to catch offenders who are not visiting the surgery
Historians fear name added to war memorial in error
Researchers have been unable to trace the life of Norman Leonard from Macclesfield
Bells to ring out for tragic First World War soldier
Bell-ringers will be marking the 100th anniversary of William Chesworth's death on Wednesday, July 5
Derelict mills to become 70 apartments
The mill buildings, known collectively as Georgian Mill, in Macclesfield, is being developed by Peaks and Plains Housing Trust
Budget chain Lidl announces plans for a Macclesfield store
The food retailer has submitted plans for a store on the old Towers site in Park Green.
Macclesfield's ageing population is a ticking timebomb for the NHS
The town's six doctor's surgeries have signed up to the NHSSOS campaign.
Five go head to head for your election vote
Five men have thrown their hats into the ring to become the town's next MP.
Election candidates go head to head in hustings
Candidates invited to attend Macclesfield and Poynton hustings include David Rutley (Conservative), Neil Puttick (Labour), Richard Flowers (Lib Dem), James Booth (Greens) and independent candidate Mark Johnson
Labour selects Neil Puttick to fight general election
The Macclesfield Town Councillor will fight it out with Tory David Rutley.
Songwriter pens moving tribute to WW1 dead
Roger Walker from Macclesfield has recorded 'The Herity Boys' after two ancestors who were killed in the Great War