Jacqueline Brown spared jail after using bank card to steal cash, Gary Stewart
The Co-op at Rainhill and Bargain Booze in Lydiate were targeted on the same day
Campaigners are confident the long-term future has been secured for Maghull Dental services
The Co-op at Rainhill and Bargain Booze in Maghull were robbed by four men in masks, leaving a female shop assistant injured
Robbers struck at shops in Maghull and Rainhill
West Lancs take home some of the most prestigious prizes
Millie Rose Heaton, Amelia Mae Davies, Rebecca Ayres and Rebecca Bamber all set to be remembered in September
Ormskirk dominant against desperate Maghull
Mike Ormsby tells young readers about his tales of child sorcery
Landlords must be responsible
TALENTED teenage footballer Dominic McGiveron has become the 25th youngster from Merseyside to play for the England U18 schoolboy team.
A BUILDING firm has been fined £105,000 after a Skelmersdale roofer was paralysed when he fell from a ladder while carrying a bag of building materials.
TRIBUTES have been paid to popular author and Ormskirk historian Mona Duggan after her death last week.
FEARS have been raised over Sefton Council’s plans to release large amounts of land around Maghull and Lydiate for building.
THE developer behind plans to expand the Port of Liverpool has called on Sefton Council to allocate 70 hectares of Green Belt land for a new “Strategic Employment Location”.
MARK James Anthony Jones, 42, of Arnhem Road, Huyton, appeared before Ormskirk Magistrates on December 20 charged with trespassing into Ormskirk Golf Club and stealing a quantity of golf equipment and clothing to the value of £10,000 on December 19.
HALTON Hawks Power Wheelchair Football team completed a league and cup double by winning the Andrew Jones Memorial Cup held at Maghull High School.
KENNETH Michael Size, 69, of Aughton Street, Ormskirk pleaded guilty to intentionally damaging a door, mirror and body panel of a red Citroen to the value of £515.10 belonging to Anthony Smith.
AFTER the hailstorms that battered the area on Saturday, awaking to a ground frost for Sunday’s Neptune Angling Autumn League wasn’t what we were looking for in aid of a day’s fishing.
THIS week saw Stanley Club A continue to lead the way in the First Division of the Ormskirk & District Amateur Snooker League.