Some of the items police have recovered Police are urging anyone who may have had items stolen in recent months to get in touch.
A project to restore a stretch of canal in Lichfield has launched a £1million appeal.
A holidaymaker from Cannock, Staffordshire who survived the Tunisia beach massacre in 2015 has spoken out about the terrifying moment she hid from the gunman.
An owl, a woodpecker and a squirrel are among favourite woodland animals which have been carved from felled trees.
Arsenal confirm the signing of left-back Cohen Bramall, who joins from non-league side Hednesford Town.
Non-league footballer Cohen Bramall has earned a dream move from Hednesford Town to Arsenal.
Hednesford Town left-back Cohen Bramall is to move from non-league to Premier League, by joining Arsenal in a £40,000 deal.
An 18-year-old passenger who died when the car he was travelling in crashed into trees in Cannock is named by police.
Police have named an 18-year-old man who died in a car crash on New Year's Day.
An 18-year-old man dies when the car he is travelling in crashes into trees in Cannock.
Staffordshire Police have made an appeal for witnesses after a teenager was killed in a road smash.
Could a werewolf do for Staffordshire what the Loch Ness Monster has done for Scotland?Paranormal investigator Damon Simms thinks so.
Two people were freed from their car by firefighters following an accident earlier this evening.
More Cannock news
Cannock 6th Team and Cannock Badgers both had their games cancelled due to the weather this weekend.
Tonight’s scheduled Evo-Stik Northern Premier League fixture at Ilkeston has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
We head to Ilkeston for the second time this season after the original game was controversially abandoned with just four minutes to go back in September.
Cohen Bramall stepped on to a pitch in an Arsenal shirt for the first time last night as he made his debut for the club’s under-23s in their Premier League 2 clash at Southampton.
We have today been informed that our Evo-Stik Northern Premier League fixture against Buxton, which was postponed on Saturday due to a snow covered pitch, will now take place on Tuesday 7th February 2017.
Despite our fixture at Buxton falling to the weather, it has been another busy weekend at Keys Park on the playing front.
A rainy and cold morning at Cheslyn Hay did not dampen the spirit of the Warriors today.
Another lovely testimonial – this time from a hirer of the clubhouse function room who hired the room last night.
The following lovely comment has just been received from the mum of a boy who atttended our Boys Development Centre for the first time today – “My son attended your football development Centre session this morning and I just wanted...
Most will agree that JRR Tolkien is one of the world’s most successful writers whose books are read the world over and became blockbuster films, but less known about is the huge influence that our wonderful county had on him.
Philip Atkins and I met with Kai Liu on Friday.
This week we saw the announcement of the ‘Keele Deal’ which aims to create Seven hundred jobs and help support over 1,000 businesses.
Firstly, and most importantly, I wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.
The start of a new year is also the perfect time to try something different or take on a new challenge.
I realise it’s winter, but tonight’s cold snap surprised me: I got changed, got gloves on, and got the bike out, and then when setting off had a surprise: the front gear mechanism literally would not move, and investigation found that it was ...
I hope everyone had an enjoyable Christmas and a happy new year.
Hey everyone - I've been contacted by reader Spencer Cartright through Facebook, who's looking for a gentleman called Ernie Lawrence, who used to live in Brownhills, but possibly now lives in Cannock.
The wonderful and kind local historian Robert Selvey has kindly donated another local history classic to the blog archive for readers to enjoy, and this one's a cracker - it's Heath Hayes History, the companion 'Green Book' title to the 'Old ...
2016 has been a fabulous year for Staffordshire and it’s only when we stop and take stock that you realise how much work has been done in the last 12 months to help residents and just how much there is to celebrate about the county’s past and ...
Whilst shopping in Rugeley just before Christmas, I found a map for sale for a trivial £2 - 1:25000 series OS, it was a rolled sheet for display rather than a folded, conventional edition.
Over the last few months we’ve been working hard on our budget at the county council which sets out our spending plans for the next five years.
Earlier this week I started to look at gift ideas for Valentine’s day with a look at gifts that would work for the special man in your life.
In the general tradition of years literally flying by, we are now less than a month away from Valentine’s Day .
It might be hard for young people living in our enlightened times to believe, but, once upon a time, smoking was the height of cool.
Working from home can often mean you develop some guilty pleasures when it comes to your television viewing habits.
January 16th - As I neared the crest of Shire Oak hill, it was murky and drizzly and the kind of night you really don’t want to be out in.
So you’ve just got your driving license and have thrown away those ‘L’ plates with glee.
January 15th - One of those horrible, headache-grey wet winter days when it never really seems to get light and never stops raining.
‘ January is such a dark, drab and depressing month.
Long sleeved shift dress styles are a great addition to your Winter Wardrobe.
For anyone who works full time in an office environment, your office space is very important.
The start of 2017 has been a particularly bleak chapter in the story of our beloved NHS.
A Victorian melodrama that was actually written in 1939 and has been filmed at least three times doesn’t necessarily sound like the most obvious play for a revival, But Gaslight is absolutely riviting, with excellent performances from the three ...
Managing your finances effectively is a critical skill regardless of whether you are married or a single mother.
PORTABLE power and air conditioning group, Aggreko has been awarded a major supply contract for the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
A WOLVERHAMPTON pub has undergone a million pound plus investment, creating 65 new jobs in the process.
A STAFFORDSHIRE firm supplying wheels and tyres to the caravan, trailer and commercial markets has grown with the acquisition of a firm in Yorkshire.
The Kingswood Lakeside scheme, set to created 425 jobs, is first to secure grant funding from the West Midlands Combined Authority...
Vitally needed warehousing pledged for Staffordshire business park after multi-million funding injectionTheBusinessDesk 2 Dec
A £21.6m development along the corridor of the M6 Toll is the first project to receive backing from a new West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) investment fund.
THE 200 millionth customer to use the M6 Toll could use the pay-to-drive motorway today.
STAFFORDSHIRE POLICE are investigating a fire that started in the early hours of Sunday morning at Amazon\'s warehouse in Rugeley.
CONTINUING roadworks on the M6 have helped to improve the financial performance of the M6 Toll but the pay-to-drive motorway still racked up losses of more than £18m in its last financial year...
AMAZON is to create 4,500 temporary jobs at its Rugeley site, quadupling the number of people working there in the run-up to Christmas.
Response by Cannock Chase District Council to Julie Cornish on 19 January 2017 .
Response by Cannock Chase District Council to keith myatt on 16 January 2017 .
The bus drivers cant see the bus stop flag and are driving past it.
Bins over flowing with rubbish and waste Report on FixMyStreet...
Response by Cannock Chase District Council to Deb Williams on 5 January 2017 .
2 bin bags dumped in ditch (on Wolseley House side)...
In ditch near birches valley rd Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Penkridge Bank Road, Rugeley Report on FixMyStreet...
It's not the quantity - it's the principle...
The broken glass has been scattered on the pavement for around 3 weeks now and is very dangerous.
Firefighters have praised Amazon for installing a potentially life-saving sprinkler system which helped to supress a blaze at its Rugeley site.
Kind-hearted Brownies have presented firefighters in Cannock with specially designed oxygen masks to treat pets suffering smoke inhalation.
Following the Tactical Assessment Meeting (TAM) this morning, the burning stack at Oak Farm in Slitting Mill will now be capped with soil as agreed by the multi-agency partnership.
A public meeting took place at Rugeley Fire Station last night to reassure residents about the fire at Oak Farm.
Cannock Chase Council’s Environmental Health Team are to deploy equipment to monitor the air quality in the immediate area of the fire at Oak Farm, Slitting Mill.
Staffordshire Fire Rescue Service (SFRS) have engaged a national expert in waste fires to support the ongoing situation at Oak Tree Farm.
Staffordshire Fire Rescue Service is endeavouring to deal with the ongoing situation at Oak Tree Farm in Slitting Mill, by constant monitoring in conjunction with the Environment Agency and working closely with Cannock Chase Council.
Firefighters are continuing to deal with a fire today at a farm in Slitting Mill, Rugeley.
The last few places on a young drivers’ course are up for grabs.
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