Teenager was out jogging when car driven by Glenville White hit her...
MUCH has been made of the Magical Christmas Journey at the nearby Belfry Golf Course venue.
TWO heartless thugs who held a Tamworth man at knifepoint as they ransacked the pub he manages have been caught in the act on CCTV.
TAMWORTH councillors put their political alliances aside last night (Wednesday) to discuss in detail the current state of the town and set out issues that need to be addressed.
A LICHFIELD office worker is 500 worse off after becoming the victim of a thief's deception.
TAMWORTH CC skipper Mike Talbot says he cannot begin to comprehend the pain Australian cricket is going through following the death of batsman Phillip Hughes, who has died aged 25.
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Challenging and distressing child sexual abuse cases have come under scrutiny from social workers who say they need better supervision to manage the emotional impact of working on such cases and access to more and higher quality training.
Tamworth shoppers hoping to bag an online bargain tomorrow (Friday)are being advised to protect themselves against scam websites.
CINDERELLA is only a matter of weeks away and excitement is building.
Will you be venturing out to capture some Black Friday bargains tomorrow? Check out our weather forecast for the next five days.
A national housing group is celebrating an impressive Investors In People Silver Award in its first year of being accredited.
THE second Lichfield's Got Talent audition on Sunday delivered performances which again blew away the judging panel.
A YOUNG Cambodian man, whose arms were blown off by a land mine, is in the Lichfield district promoting inclusive education and raising awareness of disability.
A TEMPORARY car park for people using Lichfield Trent Valley railway station will be unveiled at Crossfield Road.
Niklas Gunnarsson (born 27 April 1991 in Tønsberg) is a Norwegian footballer, who plays as a defender for the Tippeligaen side Vålerenga.
Dávid Gróf (born 17 April 1989) is a Hungarian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Berliner AK.
“Over the past few weeks I have been getting out and about and seeing some of the good work we do on the ground.
Herbert Thomas Higgs, in the Walsall Observer, 17 June 1916 Herbie Higgs turned out to be our only fallen sailor and the search for this man took me from Oldbury to Aldridge, then to Castleford (Yorkshire), then to Heath End (North Walsall) and ...
Brownhills bob spoke the other week about the boating pool (or Duck Pond whatever your point of view) being emptied by Lichfield City Council, for cleaning.
This morning Mrs Blog had me take her to Chasewater Railway, so that she could book us up to take the Great Grandchildren on the Santa Express (alright not really an express, more of a slow boat to the other side of the Lake).
Christopher Pincher, MP for Tamworth, has welcomed the announcement from the Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust that there will be no change to services at Sir Robert Peel hospital until at least the summer of 2015.
Marc-Antoine Gbarssin (born 11 December 1984 in Bordeaux) is a French-born Central African football player who currently plays for Eendracht Aalst in the Belgian Second Division.
Traders, shoppers and visitors to Tamworth are being reminded that they can park for free on two Saturdays in December.
Psalm 139 O Lord, you have searched me out and known me; you know my sitting down and my rising up; you discern my thoughts from afar.
It may have started as an American phenomenon, but Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the accompanying Cyber Weekend have now become a part of Christmas shopping.
If we were to look at Psalm one we would find the path to sin in that when it comes to engaging with the wicked: Firstyou LISTEN to those who are sinful and ACT on what they say Then you STOP and become part of the gathering of the sinful sitting ...
Steam Preservation on the 1980s and 1990s The final few railway photos from December 17 1993...
Psalm 125 Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which cannot be moved, but stands fast for ever.
One of my favourite of all the Christmas adverts this year is the MS one entitled ‘Follow the Fairies.
A big success on Cbeebies this year has been the gorgeous series based on the Peter Rabbit books by Beatrix Potter.
Steam Preservation on the 1980s and 1990s A few more railway photos from December 1993...
This graveyard angel is different to most in that, instead of standing above the grave, it is attached to and looking at the gravestone itself.
Wednesday 26th November 2014 A somewhat subdued period birdingwise at the moment.
You could get between £100 and £300 tax-free to help pay your heating bills if you were born on or before 5 July 1952.
For those who have mailed me asking where I vanished to, the answer is 'nowhere' I merely took some time to step back and reflect away from the blog as part of a bit of spiritual discipline.
HEAD coach Alan Irvine has backed Youssouf Mulumbu to come good despite the midfielder airing his frustration at being dropped on social media.
WEST Brom forward Saido Berahino is in line to start Saturday's lunchtime clash with Arsenal despite ongoing investigations into his arrest on suspicion of drink driving.
Staffordshire FA have a Level 1 Coaching Course taking place at Chesterton High School in January.
DAVE Hibbert admitted Tamworth have played much better but he certainly wasn't complaining after the Lambs made it back-to-back wins against Brackley on Tuesday.
Staffordshire FA have a FA Coaching Blind Footballers Course running on Saturday 20th December at St.
ANDY Morrell has already tasted FA Trophy glory with Wrexham now he wants his Tamworth players to share the belief that they too can reach Wembley.
DAVE Gilbert hopes to end a 'disappointing' 2014 on a high by setting up a televised clash with world champion Mark Selby at the UK Championships.
A LICHFIELD company has been adopted as a mentor to start-up businesses looking to move onto the next stage of their development.
Oli-rich state has Birmingham in its sights with Royal Family of Qatar said to be planning a massive investment in city Curzon Street HS2 station...
BUSINESS leaders in Birmingham have welcomed reports suggesting the Qatari royal family may invest in the HS2 high-speed rail project in Birmingham.
RECRUITMENT firm Direct Workforce has branched out into larger offices in Cannock.
A £40m new motorway junction providing access directly onto the i54 business park in South Staffordshire is set to open next month.
PORTABLE power supplier Aggreko has said it business continues to be impacted by the strong pound despite strong trading over the past quarter.
Local businesses are being urged to back a community challenge being undertaken by Lichfield Ladies Circle.
May we have a debate on planning rules, particularly the rights of local residents living on the borders of local authorities? For example, there is a go-carting track in north Warwickshire that has a significant impact on my constituents over...
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I represent many constituents who work and do great service at DMS Whittington.
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what recent assessment he has made of the extent of financial and material support given by Iran to international terror groups; and if he will make a statement.
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, if he will encourage the operators of the M6 toll, the Dartford-Thurrock river crossing, the Severn Bridge, and other electronic toll roads to use a common tag system.
I congratulate my hon.
More Staffordshire at Westminster
- The Boat Yard, Norton Canes 24/08/2014
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Narrow boats moored on the Cannock Extension at Norton Canes.
- Two children being tested for Ebola in Newcastle after arriving in UK from Africa
- Magna Carta: Contemporary account of the signing of historic document discovered
- Tories urge Jeremy Paxman to run for London mayor
- David Cameron: We will bar EU nationals from benefits 'for four years'
- More than half of children born in the year 2000 have faced poverty
- Women's charities call for buffer zones around abortion clinics
- David Cameron: We will bar EU nationals from benefits for four years
- Social networks must simplify terms, say MPs
- Plebgate: The lesson we can all learn from Andrew Mitchell’s demise
- Donald Macintyre's Sketch: Doubles all round, the MPs drunk on devolution cried
- Fierce fighting rages in Iraq's Anbar
- Pope Francis begins Turkey visit
- Afghanistan hit by string of Taliban attacks
- 'Scores killed' in Nigeria bus station blast
- Syrian government bombards ISIL strongholds
- UN declares emergency in Gaza over floods
- Oil prices plummet to low after OPEC decision
- Burned bodies found in southern Mexico
- 'Collective punishment' targets Palestinians
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