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Stourbridge pub to host arts and craft fair

Stourbridge pub to host arts and craft fair

Kate Dulson

Stourton pub to host third fun day in memory of Phoebe

The helicopter at the scene. Photography by @RichardTonry.

Woman airlifted to hospital after fall at her Dudley home

Wordsley Labour councillor Derrick Hemingsley has raised concerns about the decision to move 91 Dudley Council workers to the Mere Education Centre.

Wordsley councillor concerned about staff move from Mary Stevens Park to the Mere Education Centre

The vacant land could soon be home to four new businesses.

Multi-million pound plans to bring four new businesses and 80 jobs to Dudley

The Spacehoppers went down a storm

Crowds flock to village for Hagfest

Against the closure: Barclays customer Ray Baker and Cllr Dave Branwood.

Petition launched to fight Lower Gornal bank closure

Hugh Davies

Heartfelt tributes paid to tragic motorcyclist

Hugh Davies

Heartfelt tributes paid to tragic motorcyclist

The group stopped for a selfie on the first tee at the start of their mammoth day of golf.

Stourbridge golfers' 17-hour round clubs almost £2,300 for charity

Walk of reflection in Dudley will mark 10th anniversary of 7/7 bombings

Walk of reflection in Dudley will mark 10th anniversary of 7/7 bombings

Sisters Samantha Bowen and Beverley Thelwell get stuck in at the opening of their new coffee shop.

Sedgley sisters fulfill their father's dream of owning their own coffee shop

Public invited to Dudley CCG board meeting

Public invited to Dudley CCG board meeting

Dudley Council stalwarts David Sparks, David Caunt and Pat Martin are set to be given the coveted freedom of the borough and alderman honours.

Dudley Council stalwarts in line for top honours

Before the courts

Before the courts

Black Country murder trial set to start

Black Country murder trial set to start

ATC band

Crowds turn out for Stourbridge Carnival and Black Country Festival

Revamp of Dudley's Coronation Gardens sparks fears over war memorial

Revamp of Dudley's Coronation Gardens sparks fears over war memorial

Helena Young, of Belle Vue Primary School, accepting her Reading Recovery Teacher of the Year Award from Professor Michael Arthur, provost of UCL.

Wordsley educator picks up Teacher of the Year award

Police name motorcyclist who died in Brierley Hill collision

Police name motorcyclist who died in Brierley Hill collision

Joyce Williams is opening up her Westacres garden in aid of charity for the tenth time.

Prized Prestwood garden to open to the public for the tenth time

West Midlands Classic Car Club show organiser, Maurice Cole, with his rare 1961 Daimler Dart that will be on display in Dudley Castle courtyard on July 19.

Dudley Castle gearing up for classic car show

Call for Stourbridge Girls’ High School’s class of 1976

Call for Stourbridge Girls’ High School’s class of 1976

Stourbridge church comes to the rescue of charity choir concert

Stourbridge church comes to the rescue of charity choir concert

Place your nominations for the Black Country Sports Awards

Place your nominations for the Black Country Sports Awards

Senior keeper Jodie Dryden is encouraging people to bring in bamboo roots.

Dudley Zoo want you to bring in your bamboo

Young Dudley writers aim for top local awards

Young Dudley writers aim for top local awards

50-year-old man dies following Brierley Hill collision

UPDATE: 50-year-old man dies following Brierley Hill collision

Befriending service needs Dudley volunteers

Befriending service needs Dudley volunteers

People urged not to worry as Russells Hall Hospital stage decontamination training exercise

People urged not to worry as Russells Hall Hospital stages decontamination training exercise

WE'VE DONE IT! Celebrations as the £10,000 Well of Life appeal target is reached

WE'VE DONE IT! Celebrations as the £10,000 Well of Life appeal target is reached

Fizzogs get set to warm up runners at this weekend's Great Black Country Run in Halesowen

Fizzogs get set to warm up runners at this weekend's Great Black Country Run in Halesowen

Saltbrook Place, in Lye.

Students offered voluntary roles at Lye’s new £5.7million homeless development

Warning as rogue Facebook firms operating in Dudley borough

Warning as rogue Facebook firms operating in Dudley borough

L-r Tim Sunter, Lorna Morrison, Tim Lee, Cllr Rachel Harris, Rosemary Tomkinson - chairman of the Friends of the park group.

Fury as dog attacks damage Brierley Hill trees

Children from Thorns Primary School are joined by family and friends during their final song of the teddy bears picnic afternoon.

Hundreds of visitors have fun in the sun at Quarry Bank's teddy bears picnic

Stourbridge author David Massey named school's Patron of Reading

Stourbridge author David Massey named school's Patron of Reading

L-r - Sylvia Riley, who was a staff member when the store opened, assistant section manager Claire Farwell, who has worked at the store for 23 years, manager David Harcourt, who has given 39 years service, and Stephanie Hamblett, customer service assistan

Staff at Waitrose toast the Stourbridge store's 40th anniversary

Pic courtesy of @TheBridgeRadio

Man taken to hospital after falling onto the tracks at Stourbridge Town railway station

Youngsters can hunt for clues as they complete Dudley treasure trail

Super sleuths invited to take part in Dudley treasure trail

Stourbridge Shuttle service back on track

Stourbridge Shuttle service back on track

Wayne Barker at the food collection table with his Tesco Stourbridge colleagues Gavin Dhanda, Leisha McWhirter, Wayne Jones, Nikki Marks and Beth Fletcher.

Stourbridge supermarket holding in-store food collection

Oliver Stephens

Dudley youngster secures part in Swan Lake

Cllr Derrick Hemingsley with group members Joseph Wells, Alan Guest, Toby Riley, Matthew Monger, Ruby Casey, Martin Hollis, Emily Casey and James Banks.

Dudley children join together for Wordsley safe cycling morning

Church warden Wendy Hemming outside St Thomas's Church

Crumbling Stourbridge church scoops lottery cash for urgent repair work

Serial killer Peter Tobin

National headlines - Killer attacked in jail, rail companies slammed and tributes to Val Doonican

Met Office issues early yellow storm warning as temperatures expected to climb again

Met Office issues early yellow storm warning as temperatures expected to climb again

Youngsters at Peter Pan Pre-School make the most of the hot weather by playing with sand. L-r - Evie Collins, aged four, pre-school leader Margaret Rogers and Oliver Hickman, aged three.

Stourton youngsters enjoy the sunshine on hottest July day on record

Road closed in Hagley as crews tackle car blaze

Road closed in Hagley as crews tackle car blaze

Two hurt after 1,000 litre chemical spill in Kidderminster

Two hurt after 1,000 litre chemical spill in Kidderminster

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