A Bolton schoolboy raised more than £1,800 for Diabetes UK last month after being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in
The Loch Ness Monster has resurfaced thanks to a Bolton football kit supplier who themselves have stamped their name on
Greater Manchester MP Yasmin Qureshi has been admitted to hospital over the weekend with pneumonia, two weeks after testing positive
Graves in the grounds of a church in Bolton have been damaged on two separate occasions over the past week.
Volunteers at a homelessness charity in Bolton have provided more than 20,000 food packs to vulnerable households in the four
Runners will take to the streets for the Bolton Marathon next May, for the first time since 1987. Organisers have
Schedules have been interrupted, routines aren’t what they used to be and some of our favourite places have temporarily closed – or in some cases shut down.
Retro is fashionable, from vinyl making a come back to vintage shops pushing into existence.
Following years of political turmoil, uncertainty and a growing feeling of Euroscepticism, Britain has finally left the European Union. MM spoke to prominent UKIP councillor Sean Hornby to ask about the future of his party now their job is ‘done’…
Brexit-mad Bolton council has triumphantly announced that it will be officially celebrating leaving the EU in a dazzling fashion.
Bolton’s Town Hall will be lit up in the red, white and blue colours of the Union Jack while the flag of Great Britain will be proudly flying on every single civic building and civic flagpole across the borough.
Interview: Behind the façade of Manchester’s economic transformation with ‘Not Quite Light’ photographer Simon Buckley
There aren’t many places where Manchester’s brutal industrial heritage brushes up against its modern infrastructure.