CONSTRUCTION of the bowling alley and leisure complex at West Point is starting to make visible progress.
A MUSIC festival due to be held at the Saints stadium on Saturday, August 11 in memory of Daniel Fox, pictured above, will now be held at the Empire.
NORTHERN Rail has released details of disruption customers are likely to face today (Sunday, July 15) across its network.
'Nobody should be afraid to speak out': Boxing trainer's mission to help those with mental health issues
A BOXING trainer who has been affected by depression is hosting fitness sessions to help awareness charity Mind and encourage sufferers to speak out.
THE photograph of Lowe House we featured on our nostalgia pages has been stirring the memories for readers.
THIS beautiful summer picture of a hoverfly on an Oxeye Daisy in Victoria Park has been sent in by Star reader Brian Dobbs.
AN ASTRONOMY-LOVER is inviting residents to explore the heavens after reviving a society dedicated to the activity.
IT'S time to nominate your heroes as the 2018 Solar Crown Pride of St Helens Awards are now officially open.
FIREFIGHTERS are working up to 15 hours a day as Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service support areas affected by moorland fires, it has been revealed.
A FORMER nurse who had a significant influence on the profession who died aged 84 has been described as an "incredible person" who saw "the good in everybody".
THE cast for the St Helens Theatre Royal's Beauty and the Beast pantomime has now been revealed.
A KIND-hearted family friend is taking part in a 100km bike ride tonight to raise funds in memory of three-year-old Jake Stanley who died after being given a drug overdose for treating a seizure.
IT is well known that prices for flights and hotels go up during school holidays.
DRIVERS are being urged to avoid Park Road in Fingerpost after a motorbike rider was hit by a vehicle.
MORE travellers have descended on a park in Earlestown today, with the council to issue an eviction notice this afternoon.
A POLICE helicopter was deployed in the early hours of this morning, Friday, after a report of concerns for the safety of a man.
A MAN was arrested on suspicion of drug dealing after police chased a suspect made off on a bike before running through gardens.
Council refuses to refund or scrap Mersey Gateway bridge tolls despite landmark ruling that they were illegal
HALTON Council is adamantly refusing to refund or scrap any tolls on the Mersey Gateway bridge - despite a landmark ruling which said the charges were illegal.
SAINTS rallied from a 18-10 deficit to rack up 24 unanswered points to beat Hull FC. Skipper James Roby and Jonny Lomax provided the spark for the revival in what was a tough game at the KCOM Stadium. Saints had replied to a first minute Bureta Faraimo try with scores from Tommy Makinson and Ben Barba. Faraimo added his second, but Saints had a two-point lead at the break. Hull rocked Saints after the restart with tries from Jansin Turgut and Albert Kelly putting the homesters 18-10 up. Barba ghosted through to get Saints a toe-hold, but inspired by Roby the leaders took charge. Lomax scored two belting tries, with Adam Swift and Luke Thompson putting the icing on the cake.
A MOTORBIKE was stolen from a home garage in a burglary during Monday night.