Two men have died after a crane collapsed at a building site in Crewe, police said.Read the full story ›
Former Crewe Alexandra football coach Barry Bennell is due in court today on child sex abuse charges.Read the full story ›
23-year-old is now in remissionRead the full story ›
A besotted Noel Edmonds fan has had the presenter's face tattooed onto her leg.Read the full story ›
A woman spotted the large Dogue de Bordeaux abandoned in Birchall Walk on Tuesday morning, January 24.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing to the public help to trace a man they would like to speak to in connection to a sexual assault.Read the full story ›
A man from Crewe has put on a spectacular Christmas lights display for the fourth year running.
Graham Witter’s display at Carters Green Farm is raising funds for the Donna Louise Children’s Hospice, which cared for his sister Jessica before she died. Sarah Rogers went to meet him.
Former Crewe manager Dario Gradi has offered his sympathy to victims of Barry Bennell, after a number of ex-footballers spoke out against sexual abuse.
Former Crewe players Andy Woodward and Steve Walters have both waived their right to anonymity to speak of abuse they suffered at the hands of Barry Bennell while playing for the club.
Today, Gradi, who's now Director of Football at the club, released this statement:
I would like to express sympathy to the victims of Barry Bennell not only at Crewe Alexandra, but at other clubs in the North West.
The first I knew of Barry Bennell’s crimes was when he was arrested in the United States in 1994. I knew nothing of his crimes before this time when he was employed by us. No-one at the Football Club knew of Bennell’s crimes until his arrest in 1994 and his subsequent prosecution in the United Kingdom.
The Football Club also co-operated fully with the authorities in 2003.
The Club are in the process of a review and I won’t be making any further comment until this is finalised.
The government has announced the second phase of the HS2 rail service will connect Crewe to Manchester.Read the full story ›
An organised crime gang responsible for the large scale supply of Class A drugs in Crewe have been jailed for a total of 19 years.Read the full story ›