● Coronavirus sees Paw Patrol's Marshall hits Bolton streets Children in Tonge Fold may have spotted a very special visitor over the weekend.
● Hotel burglar given chance to stay out of prison A THIEF who burgled the Holiday Inn in Higher Bridge Street, Bolton, has been given a chance to stay out of prison.
● Bolton Library and Museum reveal its rare book collection in fascinating video BOLTON Library and Museum has made a fascinating video about its collection of rare books.
● CORONAVIRUS: Hermes courier's concerns over health and safety A DELIVERY driver for Hermes has spoken out about the stress of working during the coronavirus pandemic.
● Hoverboard fire leaves carer's family homeless A CARER and her family have been left homeless after fire raged through their house.
● Transformative plan for Bolton town centre put on hold during coronavirus crisis PLANS to transform Bolton town centre have been put on hold due to the coronavirus crisis.
● Chorley detective tried to pursue sexual relationships with victims of crime A DETECTIVE who tried to pursue sexual relationships with crime victims was only spared an immediate prison sentence because of the coronavirus, a...
● Suspended sentence for woman who assaulted nurse and security guards at hospital A WOMAN has been handed a suspended sentence after assaulting a nurse and two security guards at the Royal Bolton Hospital on Saturday.
● Royal Bolton Hospital asks people not to deliver goods THE Royal Bolton Hospital is asking people not to deliver food, drink and other goods to ensure social distancing is followed to help avoid the spread of coronavirus
● Councillors react to closure of Kearsley Social Club THE closure of a historic social club that has been open for more than 100 years will be a big loss to the community, councillors have said.
● Nine more people die from coronavirus in Bolton Nine more people being treated at Royal Bolton Hospital have died from coronavirus.
● Household and garden waste dumped on Coal Pit Road, Bolton A HOARD of rubbish has been dumped on an area of greenspace that has become a fly-tipping hotspot.
● Owner of The Courthouse Bar and Restaurant apologises after police called THE owner of a bar which was opened privately on Friday night by a staff member has apologised on behalf of the business.
● TV presenter Paddy McGuinness shares memories of shopping at Bolton's Debenhams store as the chain looks to file for administration TOP Gear presenter Paddy McGuinness has shared his memories of shopping at Bolton's...
● How much Bolton Council is getting from the government to tackle Covid-19 Councils across Greater Manchester will be given £89m to help them deal with the coronavirus pandemic — with each local authority getting a slice.
● First care aide to die from coronavirus worked in Bury A CARE worker in Bury who died after she was suspected to have been infected with coronavirus has been named by her family as Carol Jamabo.
● Doorstep scammers warning POLICE have issued advice to help prevent people becoming victims of doorstep scammers after reports of bogus callers.
● Bolton CVS rallying to help those in need of help A COMMUNITY network charity is teaming up with other hardworking borough groups to look after vulnerable people during the coronavirus outbreak.
● Say thank you to NHS angels In just a few weeks, coronavirus (Covid-19) has brought the UK to its knees.
● Remembered: Fredi Bobic's hat-trick for Bolton against Ipswich in 2002 THERE hadn’t been a Bolton Wanderers player claim a match-ball in a top-flight game for 39 years – and had it been down to Fredi Bobic, the wait would have ...
● Zac's Youth Bars reaching out to young people during lockdown A YOUTH charity is reaching out to youngsters to give them an outlet to share their thoughts during the coronavirus lockdown.
● Suspect set to face justice over 2003 murder A SUSPECT in a murder probe - which saw a Radcliffe man jailed for life - has been extradited back to the UK.
● Wanderers skipper Jason Lowe wants to see League One season completed WANDERERS should be pushing to complete the League One season – even though it likely to end in relegation.
● Harwood's royal portrait painters get letter of thanks Harwood CE Primary School pupils proudly displaying their letter of thanks they got from the Queen Mother after they sent 40 portraits of her to mark her 80th birthday...