Saints pick up three points despite being one man short
Livingston  1 – 3 St Mirren Halkett 15 mins HT 1-1 Halkett 9 mins Own Goal SENT OFF Irvine 33 mins Reilly 51 mins Reilly 60 mins St. Mirren played 57 minutes with ten men after Gary Irvine’s sent off in the 33rd minute.  They handily defeated Livingston 3-1. Read more
Hearts Liam Smith moves to St Mirren on season-long loan
Hearts defender Liam Smith has joined St Mirren on a season-long loan. Read more
Derby disappointment as Saints lose 4 – 1 to Morton
Greenock Morton  4 – 1 St Mirren Tidser 26 mins (pen) Tidser 50 mins (pen)  McHugh 72 mins  Murdoch 77 mins HT 1-1 Smith 41 mins SENT OFF Baird 50 mins With 4,661 spectators, thanks to 1,900 Saint fans, a hopeful Saints side left three points for Morton.  This was a major derby disappointment for the Saints. Read more
Construction kicks off on former St Mirren football stadium site
The £17 million project will create 132 new homes, 64 available for social renting Housing should be complete by August 2019 Housing provider Sanctuary has started building work on the old home of St Mirren Football Club. Read more
Youngsters tell Council Leader “Street Stuff is the best”
Young people having summer fun at Street Stuff summer camps told Renfrewshire Council Leader Iain Nicolson why they enjoyed taking part. Read more
Top food and drink producers to attend Paisley Food Festiva
The crème de la crème of Scotland’s food and drink producers will attend Paisley’s food fiesta this weekend. Read more
Primary school celebrates storytelling and reading at book festival
Todholm Primary School in Paisley held its first ever book festival this week designed to encourage a love of reading and storytelling in children of all ages. Read more
Christmas comes early for Pro-Life members at launch of new fitness suite
Lifelong Saints fan Alice Wingate got to meet her heroes on Tuesday when she joined the team for a special ceremony at Pro-Life Fitness Centre in Paisley. Read more
St Mirren FC boss ‘bears’ up to school storytelling session
St Mirren FC boss – and children’s author – Tony Fitzpatrick was in for a storytelling treat along with a class of P3 pupils when he visited St Catherine’s Primary School in Paisley. Read more
St Mirren fans given one month deadline on bid to buy club
The St Mirren Independent Suppoorters’ Association (SMISA) has teamed up with former club director Gordon Scott with a joint offer already accepted in principle by the consortium selling a majority shareholding. Read more