● Bolton Macmillan supporting most vulnerable during coronavirus Macmillan's support and service centre in Bolton is still providing emotional, financial and practical support to vulnerable cancer patients during the...
● Coronavirus forces McFly to reschedule their UK for a second time Boyband McFly have announced today that they are rescheduling their UK tour due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
● Artisan market makes long-awaited return to Heaton Fold Garden Centre HEATON Fold Garden Centre’s popular artisan market will be returning later this month after a delayed start due to the coronavirus pandemic.
● Robbers who raided Orford Lane Co-op with truck jailed A PAIR of robbers who ram raided a convenience store with a pickup truck have been jailed.
● The sheltered housing block in Bolton 'where drug dealing is rife' ELDERLY residents in sheltered accommodation are “living in fear” after regularly witnessing drug dealing and anti-social behaviour on their doorsteps,...
● Manchester Crown Court closed for deep clean after worker tests positive for coronavirus MANCHESTER Crown Court is closed until this afternoon, Thursday, after a member of staff tested positive for coronavirus.
● Amir Khan comes under fire over lockdown rules - but insists he did nothing wrong Bolton boxer Amir Khan has come under fire for appearing to break lockdown rules by celebrating Eid with his family in his garden.
● Burnley driver with 49 points on licence still on roads AN MOTORIST with a staggering 49 points on their licence is still being permitted to get behind the wheel.
● Racist pest jailed for petrol bomb threat A MAN has been jailed after he repeatedly harassed a woman in a ‘warped fantasy’, including threatening to petrol bomb her mother’s house.
● League Two news and gossip: Tranmere, Bradford City, Southend THIS morning's best transfer gossip and news stories from around League Two.
● Welcome to the world... CONGRATULATIONS to all those who have welcomed a new baby recently.
● Boots open booking system for winter flu jab service early Boots have opened the booking system for winter flu vaccinations early due to high demand.
● Costa Coffee: How to get a coffee from 32p this month Fans of Costa Coffee will be able to take advantage of some cheap deals this month - all thanks to the UK government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
● Car narrowly missed police officer during chase in Bolton A CAR involved in more than 20 "drive offs" narrowly missed hitting a police officer during a chase.
● When Deansgate was 'dug up' for Bolton's new Woolworth store WE know how much you enjoy a good town centre picture from days gone by, so how about this cracker from 1958?
● Christmas panto at Bolton Albert Halls cancelled THIS year’s Christmas panto at the Bolton Albert Halls has been cancelled.
● Morrisons cafes extend Eat Out to Help Out scheme Morrison Cafes will extend the government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme throughout the week so meal prices will be slashed by 50% from Monday to Sunday.
● Royal Bolton Hospital boss responds to Yasmin Qureshi on parking charges The chief executive of Bolton NHS Foundation Trust has responded to MP Yasmin Qureshi's letter expressing concern over the hospital's new parking ...
● Why Ryan Delaney feels he has a fresh start at Bolton Wanderers ONE of a handful of players to have dropped out of League One with Wanderers - Ryan Delaney explains his new challenge at the UniBol.
● Bolton boss Ian Evatt explains why 'hybrid' Liam Gordon can he a hit IAN Evatt believes ‘hybrid’ wing-back Liam Gordon could end up being a fine bit of business for? Wanderers.
● Can Bolton Wanderers' tallest-ever team reach the heights expected? WANDERERS have brought some big men aboard the Evo-lution but will that impact on their expected style makeover?
● Data reveals number of births in Bolton to non-UK-born mothers Nearly a third of births in Bolton last year were to mothers born outside the UK, new data has revealed.
● GP demand in Bolton nearly back to pre-coronavirus levels Demand at GP surgeries in Bolton jumped in June, figures show, with activity closer to pre-coronavirus levels.