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THE following appeared at Dudley Magistrates Court between December 15 and 19:
DUDLEY people are being invited to have their say on pharmacy services in a new public consultation.
A BLACK Country charity is £1,000 better off after a food lovers dug deep at a Sedgley restaurant.
AN 80-year-old man has been jailed for 18 years for orchestrating an acid attack in Oldbury on his teenaged ex-girlfriend after she ended their relationship.
A BLACK Country bed supplier is going from strength to strength after expanding for the second time in five months.
BOROUGH politicians have been paying tribute to West Midlands MEP Philip Bradbourn who has lost his battle with cancer, aged 63.
FAMILIES can enjoy some free festive fun at libraries across the borough throughout the holiday period.
CRADLEY MP Margot James stopped off at Royal Mail’s Stourbridge delivery office this morning (Friday) to meet postmen and women hard at work at their busiest time of year.
A BIG-hearted Bisto fan bathed in gravy to raise £500 for Halesowen teenager Grace Kalinski, who was paralysed from the neck down by meningitis.
A SHODDY building firm has been fined after twice being spotted carrying out unsafe work on a Quinton roof just days apart.
A LASTING commemoration to those who fell in the First World War has been created in a corner of Halesowen.
IN her Christmas message Labour's parliamentary candidate for Halesowen and Rowley Regis Stephanie Peacock urges people to have a compassionate Christmas.
THE investigation into Sandwell Council’s deputy leader Councillor Mahboob Hussain has been widened to include fresh allegations which have been made to the police.
A TALENTED tot’s artwork won the seal of approval from Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris when he chose the design for his Christmas card.
SAINSBURY’S Oldbury store has come up trumps for Sandwell’s Looked After Children by arranging a donation of toys from staff.
A BENEFITS cheat from Rowley Regis fiddled £30,000 in welfare payments while pocketing £90,000 from selling cars and dogs, a court heard.
IN his Christmas message Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris looks back at an eventful 2014.
A BUS service linking Halesowen to Hagley, Kidderminster and Stourport, which faced an uncertain future, looks set to be saved.
TICKETS are selling fast for Oldbury Rep’s New Year pantomime, Mother Goose.
ORGANISERS of next Sunday's carol service at Halesowen Town Football Club intend to stage a re-enactment of the First World War Christmas truce.
A COLLECTION of thought-provoking projects have been created highlighting the First World War experiences of pupils at a Halesowen school.
THE following appeared at Dudley Magistrates Court between December 8-12:
THE top fundraising charity from this year's Black Country Run in Halesowen has been named.
A LIFE-SAVING community defibrillator has been installed outside the new Haden Cross Fire Station in Cradley Heath.
POLICE have reopened a Halesowen street after a search following an incident when a man was shot in the leg.
AN Oldbury father who fell from a motorway bridge was a "sensitive” man who "took things to heart", an inquest heard.
TIME to nominate community crime fighters for the West Midlands Police’s Diamond awards is fast running out.
A MAN thought to be in his 60s was taken to hospital suffering from hypothermia after collapsing on Kinver Edge this afternoon (Saturday).
CAR cruising will be banned across the Black Country after local authorities secured a ground-breaking injunction.
BLACK Country dads who share a strong bond with their son are being asked to appear on a new TV show.
RAILWAY cops have released CCTV images of a man they want to trace in connection with the theft of number plates which were stolen from a car parked at Cradley Heath train station.
A MAN has paid the penalty with the courts after waste from his home was found near Cradley Town football ground.
FLYING medics got a boost after a music-mad collector made a record donation to round off his 50-year career.
BIG-HEARTED staff from Sandwell Council have donated tins and packets to families in need this Christmas.
The GMB trade union based in Halesowen has raised over £400 for the local Black Country Food Bank.
KIND-HEARTED staff in TSB branches in Halesowen and Old Hill have donated 41 teddy bears to the children’s ward in Russells Hall Hospital.
DISNEY characters joined in the celebrations of the birth of baby Jesus at Halesowen CE Primary School.
THE stories behind the names engraved on war memorials in Cradley will finally be told after a £9,600 from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
A LOW level Halesowen drug dealer, who was pocketing £250 a week, sobbed in the dock before being jailed for 27 months.
KIND-HEARTED staff at a Halesowen have helped collect Christmas presents for underprivileged children as part of Operation Santa.
A NATIONAL award has been presented to a Halesowen School for its stance against bullying.
GOLFERS at a Rowley Regis course have teed off the first phase of a £50,000 investment to improve disabled access.
STRUGGLING traders face a bleak New Year after bombshell news that a Rowley Regis road is to be dug up for the second time in two years.
KIND-hearted Halesowen Town fans are being asked to donate tinned and packet food to the Black Country Foodbank at Saturday’s home game against top-of-the-table Skelmersdale.
FAMILIES and traders came together for a festive fair on Oldbury’s Lion Farm Estate.
A CHRISTMAS tree festival celebrating the newly merged parish of Dudley Wood and Cradley Heath also paid homage to those who kept the home fires burning during the First World War.
TWO young Rowley Regis thugs in a four strong gang who carried a frightening armed raid on a Conservative club have been put behind bars for nearly 11 years.
DUDLEY residents are being advised to be on the lookout for details of changes to waste and recycling collections.
WEST Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) is appealing for people to think twice after a massive increase in call-outs.
BOROUGH councillor Paul Brothwood is looking to promote next year's Black Country Festival by creating school champions.
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