MERSEYSIDE Police's new Chief Constable has begun work today (Monday, April 12).
THE family of a much-loved rugby player, who died earlier this year after contracting Covid-19, have been fundraising for charity in his memory.
HEAVYWEIGHT Tongan international prop Agnatius Paasi had a choice between Leeds Rhinos and Saints when deciding to leave NRL outfit New Zealand Warriors.
THESE pictures show the extent of the demolition at the Chalon Way multi-storey car park.
THE long wait will soon be over... shops, hairdressers and pub beer gardens are among the places that can begin to reopen from Monday (April 12) as easing of the third national lockdown continues.
A BARBER has expressed his delight ahead of reopening this Monday.
MY daughter attends Robins Lane Primary School in reception year and today has participated in delivering envelopes of goodies through the letterboxes of houses in the local area.
A FILM made on Future of the High Street following a series of interviews with 10 young people in St Helens is now available to watch.
INDEPENDENT planning inspectors tasked with examining St Helens' Local Plan have announced a series of public hearing sessions.
I HOPE all readers had a peaceful Easter and had chance to enjoy the sunshine safely.
SAINTS will play Huddersfield in the Challenge Cup quarter final.
NEW plans have been drawn up seeking to create 17 apartments at a prominent disused building in Earlestown.
A ROAD closure is in place on Precot today due to carriageway works.
YOUNG families are being urged to follow Covid-19 guidance after a noticeable spread of cases among school age children and their families.
IF you pick the right vantage point and use the correct lens, the views you can see from St Helens on clear days can be spectacular.
LOOK inside this five bedroom detached home off Prescot Road on the market for £450,000.
ST HELENS Theatre Royal has sent condolences to the loved ones of reality TV star Nikki Grahame following her death at the age of 38.
A MAN has been recalled to prison for breaching his licence conditions after being charged in connection with driving offences.
MANY more St Helens businesses are set to open their doors from Monday, with many business leaders saying they are 'excited' to get back up and running.
WE were glad to see in last week’s edition, concerns raised about dog fouling. It’s a pity St Helens Council don’t seem to be.