Ten people have been arrested in connection with burglaries in Lichfield.
The police helicopter has helped catch a man who failed to stop for officers.
A PUPPY was viciously beaten for not keeping up with the pace its owner was walking at.
No Smoking Day is next week on Wednesday 12th March and if you're taking the plunge, there are plenty of health benefits to be had.
A fantastic gallery of pupils dressed up as their fictional favourites...
Gallery created by Tamworth Herald...
FORMER Home Secretary Jacqui Smith visited Lichfield last night to attend a fund-raiser for the campaign of Labour's parliamentary candidate Chris Worsey.
A SPECIAL day of festivities is taking place later this month to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Beacon Park's golf course.
Gallery created by Tamworth Herald...
Ken Webb from the Friends of Lichfield Historic Parks and ranger Karl Sproston celebrating Beacon Park golf course’s 40th birthday A day of celebrations is being planned to mark the 40th anniversary of a Lichfield golf course.
Murder squad detectives were today trying to establish how a woman whose body was found at a Wolverhampton hotel died.
A man suffered a suspected broken arm after being hit by a car at a busy crossroads in South Staffordshire this afternoon.
A Burntwood councillor has blasted the length of time allocated for a debate on the future of the youth service in Staffordshire.
‘Clare’s Law’ – A scheme that will give people the right to ask and the right to know about a partner’s previous history of domestic abuse or violent acts has been rolled out to Staffordshire and comes into effect this Saturday.
Firefighters in Tamworth are urging people to ensure their log burning stoves are installed correctly by qualified professions following a house fire in the area.
FIREFIGHTERS in Tamworth are urging people to ensure their log burning stoves are installed correctly by qualified professionals following a house fire in the area.
I see that there Kate Cardigan from the wonderful Lichfield Lore is going from strength to strength with her informal and fun Lichfield local history group, Lichfield Discovered.
A package of measures to help support schools to deliver free school lunches to all infant children has been launched by Schools Minister David Laws today.
Staffordshire is a place where opportunities for young people to gain employment, education or skills development continues to increase, the County Council Leader, Cllr Philip Atkins, said today.
Sir Robert Peel Hospital The planned closure of the surgical ward at the Sir Robert Peel Hospital has been put under the spotlight by the council’s Healthier Safer Scrutiny Committee, which is now demanding answers about the future of the hospital.
Members of the public are being reminded about a series of events to showcase exciting new plans for the future of Tamworth Assembly Rooms, starting place next week.
Walsall Wood FC last night extended their unbeaten record to 14 matches, when they drew with Heath Hayes FC away one all.
Owners and licensees of pubs, clubs and bars are being encouraged to come along to two open days being run by Tamworth Borough Council’s environmental team.
Although many of you will have been disappointed, but not surprised with the Health Secretary’s decision to dissolve Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust, I want to reassure you that as a county council we will continue to use our leadership ...
An entire male black cat was found on Allport Road, Cannock on 02.03.2014.
March 7th - A great afternoon, although the wind was still very fresh.
March 7th - After the despondency of the previous day, spring returned with a fresh passion today.
Great blog Fergus and hope to get over sometime soon.
On Sunday 29th June, Chris Pattison will be leading us along the route of the Hanch Tunnel in Lichfield.
Soon we were off down the locks because our water tank was almost empty.
From our mooring above the locks we had a lovely view, until ‘Emily’ with butty ‘Bronte’ squeezed in between us and the lock landing.
I am very fortunate that I can now spend my time doing what I love the best.
I think its called that since he is always there...
If there is one item of apparel I couldn’t live without, it’s the dress.
Three-piece rock band 8 Ball Joe are coming to Lichfield.
One of the interesting comments that continually challenges me is that which asks whether, as a cleric, I have the right to comment on things that I see wrong.
Tamworth FC have completed the signing of Kevin Thornton from Wrexham.
Tamworth announce the signing of 21-year-old Blackpool defender Jake Caprice on loan until the end of the season.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Conference Premier game between Tamworth and Aldershot Town.
PLEASE SEE BELOW WHAT ONE LEAGUE IS DOING TO ENCOURAGE IMPROVED BEHAVIOUR.
Hednesford Town start their final ten game run-in as the fight for promotion from the Skrill North enters its no doubt dramatic conclusion.
Matt Selt is flying out to China today and is in a race against time before he even reaches the snooker table.
Lichfield City FC are just 90 minutes away from a place in the final of the Staffordshire Vase.
The launch of the city council's new Curzon Masterplan for the development of the area around Birmingham's future HS2 terminal took place recently.
In a submission to government, the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership said it would use nine existing local colleges for the new operation to train the next generation of railway engineers...
The Ryecroft Shopping Centre in Burntwood Work to improve a Burntwood shopping area has begun.
DEVELOPER St Modwen has announced two new lettings at its Watling Street Business Park near Cannock.
A FIRM that provides highway traffic controls and signals works is going back to Burntwood to expand its business after seven years in Cannock.
AN unprecedented coming together of regionally-based colleges is at the heart of a bid to secure a training facility for the HS2 high-speed rail project for Birmingham.
Scores of new jobs will be created as a pub undergoes a revamp.
To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what steps his Department has taken to increase the level of access to credit for businesses in (a) Cannock Chase constituency and (b) Staffordshire in the last year.
To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many reported incidents of self-harm there were by people under the age of 18 in (a) Staffordshire and (b) Cannock Chase constituency in each of the last five years.
To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many benefit sanctions were issued in Cannock Chase constituency in each of the last five years.
To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office what progress his Department has made in enabling small and medium-sized enterprises to tender for Government procurement contracts.
To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills if he will bring forward legislative proposals to extend the scope of the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 to cover student nurses who raise concerns about patient care.
To ask the Secretary of State for Health how much the NHS spent in Cannock Chase constituency in (a) 2006-07, (b) 2008-09, (c) 2010-11 and (d) 2012-13.
I am grateful to my hon.
More Staffordshire at Westminster
- Brewood, Staffordshire, Church of St. Mary & St. Chad, stained glass window: Moses, detail
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Clayton & Bell, ~1911
- Lib Dems to demand £12,500 tax allowance
- Stephen Lawrence murder investigation: Britain’s most senior counter-terrorism officer removed from post following Met Police spying revelations
- Plan to make non-payment of TV licence a civil offence
- Blackpool toddler: Two charged over death of girl, 2, who had ingested methadone
- Two charged over death of girl, 2, who had ingested methadone
- Exclusive: UK banks in row over Yulia Tymoshenko 'millions'
- Ex-BBC man attempted to sell artefact plundered in Arab Spring
- Exclusive: George Osborne's tax and benefits changes have hit women almost four times harder than men
- The Tory women problem: George Osborne's tax and benefits changes have hit women almost four times harder than men
- ‘A firm within a firm’: Calls for Scotland Yard to come clean over '27-year-old cover-up' as brother of murdered private investigator Daniel Morgan condemns police
- Contact lost with Malaysia Airlines plane
- Russia declares support for Crimea breakaway
- Turkish court orders release of ex-army chief
- Saudi lists Brotherhood as 'terrorist' group
- ISIL says it faces war with Nusra in Syria
- S Africa-Rwanda diplomatic tensions intensify
- Malaysia opposition chief convicted of sodomy
- Katanga convicted: Has justice been done?
- Al-Shabab 'retreats' in battle for town
- US job market shrugs off winter chill
- UK racist murder scandal claims top policeman
- Hong Kong jails football mogul for $93m fraud
- Pakistan considers quick anti-Taliban assault
- Pistorius trial hears of gun shot from car
- Malaysia bans comic book for using 'Allah'
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