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A carcrashed into a mechanical digger and dumper truckin Cannock this morning.
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Ten men Town triumph in the Bay … Hednesford Town followed up on a midweek victory over Gloucester City with another impressive win over league strugglers Colwyn Bay.
Smith Points To Experience As Pitmen Slowly Build Promotion Push… Hednesford Town boss Rob Smith has spoken of his enjoyment at watching his side slowly build a run of form that, much like in previous years, could see the Pitmen have...
Neil Lawford organised last night’s night-O in Barton-under-Needwood.
Following Walsall Football Club’s progression into the final of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy, and with the connections between the two sides, we have decided to run a coach and apply for tickets in order to support a fellow Midland side at...
The Vanarama Conference is to break new ground this season in the marketing of their showcase event known officially as the ‘Vanarama Conference Promotion Final’, to be staged at Wembley Stadium connected by EE on Sunday 17th May...
Cannock Boys under 18s went into the weekends EH National Indoor Finals as Midlands Champions.
Wyrley Tigers U10 v Sporting Khalsa 1-1 Before the game started we knew it was going to be difficult but the boys came out heads high and fought valiantly.
Just a reminder that you only have until the end of the month to cast your vote for the WCH Charity of the Year 2015.
Hednesford Town made it three home wins on the trot at Keys Park following this victory over Gloucester City, which saw the Pitmen move back into the top five of the Conference North.
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I always think January is a strange month, the long comedown after the excitement of Christmas.
Hollington Stone (a form of sandstone used in the construction of churches among other buildings) actually comes from quarries in a village called ...
No doubt some of you will be eagerly awaiting an update on the Cannock Chase sightings that have been piling up during the last few weeks.
It makes me totally ashamed, as a foodie, to admit that, until yesterday, I had never tried the fragrant delights of Lasan, the restaurant judged by Gordon Ramsey to be the best local restaurant in the UK.
When the safe, yet repetitive tedium of work and home becomes all too much, the urge to throw on your glad rags, order a taxi and head to the bright lights of town is enormous.
If ever there was a match made in fashion heaven, it is the teaming up of the gorgeous and stylish Sophie Ellis Bextor with the home of feminine fashion Phase Eight.
Finding out about new and unusual jewellery companies is definitely on of the plus points of writing a blog.
It will be half term in a couple of weeks, and I must admit to being very excited about this fact.
credit Dear Paranormal Pals, There has been a media storm during the last couple of days concerning some more strange sightings from the Cannock Chase area.
I sat up late last night, with the TV switched to the E! Channel, ready for ‘Live from the Red Carpet’ coming direct from the SAG Awards.
As we move towards the end of January, we start to think about Valentine’s Day, and choosing that perfect gift for our loved one.
January 24th - A lost day to technical battles with the computer and other silliness.
DEVELOPER St Modwen has secured a letting at its Watling Street Business Park site near Cannock.
PARCEL delivery company APC Overnight is set to host a second recruitment open day for former City Link employees.
PORTABLE power supplier Aggreko has signed a two year contract in Argentina and extended an existing contract in the Ivory Coast.
Neil Morten, head of Rugeley-based GMP Design, has bought the plane to create an innovative new office for his business to grow into...
STAFFORDSHIRE parcels delivery group, APC Overnight, will today host a recruitment day to try and find work for some of the hundreds of workers made redundant following the collapse over Christmas of...
BI Composites of Cannock and Halesowen Linecross of Oakham Parry People Movers and building products based in Cradley Heath ‘Reshoring’: Coventry’s RDM Automotive and other Midland businesses .
THE long wait for portable power supplier Aggrekos new chief executive officer to start work is over.
RECRUITMENT firm Direct Workforce has branched out into larger offices in Cannock.
PORTABLE power supplier Aggreko has said it business continues to be impacted by the strong pound despite strong trading over the past quarter.
Regular dog fouling by large dog on grass and on path Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Chaseley Avenue, Cannock Report on FixMyStreet...
Cannock Chase Council’s Cabinet have agreed a proposed three year Housing Capital programme which will result in £35.28 million being spent on housing in the District.
Cannock Chase Council and contractor Wicksteed Playgrounds visit local schools, to seek views and comments on stadium play area designs.
Chase Community Solar (CCS) supported by Cannock Chase Council, is the first scheme in the UK funded by a community share offer.
The Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnerships have agreed to an expansion to its growth deal which will see a £0.8m investment into the Cannock Chase area.
Cannock Chase Councils’ Cabinet at its meeting last night recommended to freeze Council Tax for the second successive year.
Staffordshire's gritting teams have been working through the night and into today as heavy snow fell in the north of the county.
During school opening and closing hours, cars are routinely blocking the driveways to people's homes.
The Victory Close street name fell off months and months ago has not been replaced.
Please support Staffordshire Police Officers in our latest Fundraising event.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a break-in at an off-licence in Burntwood...
An NSPCC public education campaign that aims to equip parents and carers with the knowledge to help their children has been endorsed by Staffordshire Police.
The Bobbies on Bikes 4 Kids (BOB4K) team would like to say a very big thank you to everyone who supported them during months of training, the event of cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats (covering 900 miles in nine days) and donating money...
We have received reports of two incidents of courier fraud in the Amington area of Tamworth this evening.
Police and Ambulance services are currently dealing with a road traffic collision on the A460 Lodge Lane near Cannock.
Two youths from Cannock, aged 16 and 20, have been arrested for a burglary at an address in Cannock.
Staffordshire Police is to highlight the issues that can cause domestic abuse to help keep people safe and reassured over the festive period.
Staff at Staffordshire’s Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH), based at Lindum House in Stone, got into the festive spirit last Friday (5 December) with their black tie charity ball at the Stone House Hotel.
- Subway, Cannock 05/10/2013
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The subway beneath the A34 Ringway in Cannock.
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