THERE have been no developments on the story linking former Cronulla full back Ben Barba with a move to Saints.
POLICE are investigating reports a man threw down a small knife after being challenged for acting suspiciously near a primary school.
FIREFIGHTERS were called after a two vehicles were involved in a crash on Birchley Road in Billinge.
TIME to dig you summer gear from the back of your wardrobe as forecasters are predicting sunshine and highs of 24 degrees in St Helens during this weekend's bank holiday.
A ROAD safety charity has slammed the “lenient sentence” handed to Aidan McAteer saying it is an “insult to bereaved families” and that tougher sentences are needed for “drivers that kill”.
HOUSEHOLDS in the Carr Mill and Laffak areas are experiencing water supply problems following a burst pipe.
WITH a long Bank Holiday weekend to look forward to comes thee issue of rescheduled recycling and waste collections.
STAR readers have been divided over plans to create an urban skateboard park near Chalon Way car park.
A FORMER St Helens mayor has been made an Honorary Alderman of the borough for his long service to the community and council.
MOTORISTS are warned to expect delays around Parr at the end of the month as essential carriageway repair works get underway. As part of its approved highway programme for 2017-18, St Helens Council will carry out carriageway repair…
THE parents of Violet-Grace say they are the ones facing a “life sentence” after the men jailed for their involvement in their four-year-old daughter’s death were handed jail terms that many Star readers believe are too lenient.
RESIDENTS are reminded that today is the last chance to register to vote in June's general election, if they have not yet done so.
I WAS shocked to see that school lollipop patrols may be cut due to funding cuts.
THE number of knives seized during a police operation just goes to show even when warned that there will be spot checks people still carry the knives.
EVERYONE blames the council for the plight of St Helens town centre but it doesn’t control the rent or business rates.
REGARDING the Star’s story last week about the damage to the wall on Red Rocks.
I HAVE been a resident in this area for two years and I am becoming increasingly discouraged and concerned with the amount of litter, fly tipping acts and general up keep of this area.
I BELIEVE our town is struggling because the people in it don’t know who they are.
POLICE are appealing for help to trace a missing vulnerable teenager who is belieevd to have caught a train from Huyton station yesterday afternoon.
MOTORISTS travelling on the East Lancs in the direction of St Helens are being warned of delays.
A CRASH on the M62 has led to tailbacks and long delays for motorists.