WHAT'S IN FRIDAY'S CHRONICLE
Date published: 11 October 2013
A DEFIANT 76-year-old shop owner is back working behind her counter despite falling victim to a thief at her Hathershaw convenience store.
An Oldham church's prayers have been answered after 13 years without a permanent home. They are to take over a former housing office in Sholver.
Plans for this year's Council bonfire spectacular have been revealed - at a new venue.
In sport, Latics striker Charlie MacDonald launches a series of regular columns for the Chronicle, while Oldham RL stalwart Neil Roden has announced he is to hang up his boots.
These stories and much more in tonight's Oldham Evening Chronicle. Make sure you buy your copy or check out the eChron and iChron for laptops and mobiles.