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Family stories from Wigan

Written by Local Heritage Officer Hannah Turner. This article first appeared in Past Forward, the local history magazine produced by Wigan Museums & Archives.

Many local residents have been encouraged by the centenary of The First World War to share stories of their ancestors. 339 more words

World War One

Boys volleyball division champs

By Iz Muñoz
Production Manager

Varsity Boys Volleyball is continuing to have an undefeated season so far, and with Thursday’s victory over Leigh, they are the division champions. 225 more words



I had forgotten how much I enjoy Edie Claire ‘s Leigh Koslow books. I have some good reading to catch up on the series. I saw this book on a list and couldn’t resist the topic. 233 more words


Book Review: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Author: Leigh Bardugo
Genre: Fantasy
Pages: 462
Related Words: criminals, crime, prison, crows
Rating: 5/5

Ketterdam: a bustling hub of internatioal trade where anything can be had for the right price– and no one knows that better than criminal prodigy Kaz Brekker. 749 more words


Where Have I Been?

It’s crazy to think I have been M.I.A. for over a year, before all of you permanently write me off for being such a flaky blogger – I promise you I have a completely reasonable excuse. 278 more words


Fake SEO Plugin Used In Recent WordPress Malware Attacks

Malware masquerading itself as an SEO plugin named WP-Base-SEO has infected around 4,000 WordPress sites in the past 2 weeks, according to internet security experts. The intention of the hackers behind this latest WordPress malware is to hide in plain sight, appearing as legitimate SEO plugin, at the same time creating a backdoor to the targeted website. 397 more words