The Sentinel is a daily regional newspaper circulating in the North Staffordshire and South Cheshire area. It is currently owned by Reach plc and based at Hanley , Stoke-on-Trent. Its sister website is StokeonTrentLive. It is the only newspaper delivering daily news and features on professional football clubs Stoke City , Port Vale and Crewe Alexandra. The Sentinel also operates a website with sections on news, sport and entertainment, as well as a comprehensive directory of local businesses. The publication, which became a morning paper in March ,  is printed from Monday to Saturday.
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The pictures were taken after people were ordered to 'stay at home' and non-essential businesses forced to close. Prime Minister Boris Johnson plunged England into a third lockdown on Monday after a huge spike in coronavirus cases. The new rules came into play from the moment it was announced on Monday and will become law when the clock turns to midnight on Wednesday morning. This means from Colleges, secondary and primary schools have also been ordered to close apart from for vulnerable children and those whose parents are key workers. Today, pictures of Crewe town centre showed the shopping area eerily quiet as people 'stay at home' and non-essential businesses close. Take a look at the photos below of another lockdown in Cheshire.
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The hugely popular dating programme - which featured North Staffordshire lad Mitchell Grant in the last series - follows the lives of people with disabilities as they attempt to find the love of their life. Looking for love and fancy appearing on TV? Channel 4 is now looking for new applicants to be part of the next series of The Undatebales. A new series of the show is in the pipelines and will highlight the challenges those with disabilities face when it comes to finding love.
Stoke City will start with 35 players under contract in the summer, aiming for a man squad after new signings come in. A lot of work to do. A fascinating evening with three of the most important people at Stoke City, talking about everything from transfers to injuries, pre-season trips to replacing seats, outside bars to signing a striker. Happy 34th birthday to Stoke striker Steven Fletcher! Imagine that first game back, the first big goal, that first big celebration, that first pitch-invading promotion party