Man injured in accident at industrial premises in Power Station Road, Rugeley...
Work to help students with autism at a Lichfield school has been aided by a £500 donation.
FIRE investigators are working to establish the cause of a shed fire in Stafford in the early hours of this morning.
A project to reopen the route of the Lichfield and Hatherton Canal has been boosted by a £50,000 donation.
The runners and riders for this year’s local elections have been released.
Would-be actors and directors are being invited to take part in a new Lichfield Festival project.
A missing teenager has been found in Burntwood.
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Plans for a new police cadet unit in Lichfield have been boosted by a £2,500 donation.
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More Cannock news
It was another afternoon to forget for the Hednesford Town management, players and supporters alike as the season fizzled out to a disappointing end at Brackley Town.
Smith Looks for Change but Only After Final Game … Hednesford Town boss Rob Smith has spoken of his desire to bring in new faces ahead of the 2015/16 campaign but also stressed that, in fairness to other teams in the league with something...
Bob Dredge organised this week’s Sprint-O training in Victoria Park, Stafford: “I hope you all enjoyed the tremendous weather we laid on for the first .
Our O40's team have made it through to the national trophy final at 5pm on 3rd May at Lee Valley Hockey and tennis centre where they will take on Henley HC.
If I was to be to asked to sum up the Dragons season in one word it would have to be ‘outstanding’.
Wyrley Meerkats 5 v Lea Hall 2 Saturday saw the last scheduled fixture of the season and the Meerkats wanted to go out on a high.
Captain Ray’s weekly news (with added links) is here…Captains News 19 Apr 15...
Yesterday president elect Ian was on hand to officiate in the cutting the ribbon at the unveiling of the Defibrillator for Cannock town centre As you know the club donated £1240 towards the cost of providing a defib for cannock Working in ...
Yesterday afternoon (25th April 2015) saw Walsall Wood face Heath Hayes at Oak Park for the last game of the season - and the Woodmen didn't disappoint, demolishing their opponents.
Your chance to watch Walsall Wood battle Heath Hayes at Oak Park this afternoon (25th April 2015)...
I have had a really interesting first full week back in the office after my holiday.
Alfred Whitehouse (Cannock Library) I thought it was time to return to the Great Wyrley fallen and the name I chose was that of EA Whitehouse.
A Staffordshire community meal sharing project is encouraging people to think about their older neighbours and their loneliness and isolation.
Yesterday, whilst mooching on Panoramio for an image of Chasewater (sometimes it's the best way to find my own photos, oddly enough) I came upon a gallery by a reader and contributor the the blog, Mike Leonard - it's remarkable.
Just a quick heads up that this Sunday (19th April 2015), there's to be a Spring Fair at Chasewater - I don't know much about it but there will be craft stalls, food, amusements and all the usual type things there.
I had the good fortune, as the Archivist at the Walsall Local History Centre, to bump into Stuart Attwood a few months back.
I don't know much about this one, but just a quick heads up: there's a talk entitled 'The Deer of South Staffordshire' on at Chasewater Innovation Centre at 11:00am tomorrow morning, Wednesday 15th April 2015.
Sensory Integration Project 2015 sponsored by Cannock, Burntwood, BAD kreuznach Nahetal and Brie Pontault Rotary Clubs.
The post Sandra`s school of dance and Cannock Rotary club; flash mob in Victoria Square, Birmingham.
On Wednesday I was lucky enough to attend the press preview of The Bodyguard at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre.
The phrase "n'er cast a clout till May be out" is usually interpreted as "don't cast off your winter clothes (clout) till the month of May is over".
Following on from last week’s press and VIP launch , last night saw the official opening of Denis O’Regan’s Careless Memories exhibition of Duran Duran photographs.
If you’re looking for some decoration inspiration, a great place to start is looking at this year’s design trends.
When it comes to a shoe that is also a design classic, you would have to look a long way to beat the Clarks Desert boots .
Pub signs are an art form: and I rate this pub-sign at Alrewas.
As a mommy, you know that you have to take care of a number of tasks.
An electrifying central performance by Alexandra Burke, and fabulous support from the whole ensemble had the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre audience on its feet last night, as The Bodyguard showed why it is one of the best of all modern musicals.
Coachella is that festival that will all wish we could go to.
In Blore Ray church , there is this extraordinary sculpture group.
It is no exaggeration to say that Alice in Wonderland is having a bit of a moment.
April 19th - I still wasn’t feeling great, and added to which I was having trouble with the computer, so I slid out on a changeable, but mostly sunny afternoon for a scoot over to Chasewater, Lichfield, Wall, Chesterfield and back home.
April 19th - Sometimes it’s necessary to point out the less pleasant side of nature.
The Express and Star has just published a new article that features a video sighting of the black eyed child on Cannock Chase.
Revamped Cannock McDonald's to bring 20 new jobs...
Multi-million pound Cannock Gateway taking shape...
PORTABLE power supplier Aggreko has revealed that its profit before tax dipped by 13% in the year ending December 31.
BIRMINGHAM-based developer St Modwen has bought an industrial estate in Great Wyrley, Staffordshire.
A STAFFORDSHIRE toolmaker has furthered its growth ambitions after purchasing two new pieces of equipment.
Based in Cannock, Goodfish employs 30 people and has clients in markets including the USA, Ireland, Portugal, Hungary and Poland as well as the UK...
TOOLMAKING and injection moulding company Goodfish has acquired complementary business Powell & Harber after securing £1m in debt and equity investment from Finance Birmingham.
A CANNOCK-based firm that provides services to healthcare professionals throughout the country is charting growth after securing a new funding deal.
DEVELOPER St Modwen has secured a letting at its Watling Street Business Park site near Cannock.
Motorhome in a bad sate of disrepair has been left in the council parking area off school road (opposite swallow close) for around 6 years.
There are cars double parked along the path which,combined with overgrown trees, mean that the path is generally inaccessible to wheelchair or pushchair users- but on occasion there has been no space whatsoever for any pedestrians.
There are trees which overhang the public footpath to such a degree that they make it inaccessible to walk down.
Cannock Chase Council is helping keep children safe online by supporting the NSPCC ‘Share Aware’ campaign and rolling it out across Cannock Chase District.
Response by Cannock Chase District Council to James Carter on 20 April 2015 .
The stage is set for a musical play, to commemorate World War 1 at Birches Valley Concert Venue this June, as Cannock Chase Arts Council presents Four Winters at War.
Cannock Chase Council and Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust are working together to provide more convenient car parking for patients using Cannock Hospital.
Response by Cannock Chase District Council to James Carter on 15 April 2015 .
Thousands of Staffordshire's three and four year olds are set to get extra help and support.
Officers have recovered a number of suspected stolen sat navs and are keen to trace their rightful owners.
Partnerships Against Business Crime in Staffordshire (PABCIS) is an innovative concept in the world of tackling business crime and is at the forefront of the fight against crime and disorder affecting businesses in Staffordshire across the...
Police are appealing for help to catch an offender who carried out a violent assault on a man in Cannock.
We're trying to trace the owners of a Black & Decker angle grinder and a Lynx jet wash which were recovered during an investigation into burglaries in the Cannock area.
The West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit (WM ROCU) is a collaboration between the police forces of Staffordshire, West Midlands, West Mercia and Warwickshire to fight organised crime across the region.
Statement from Temporary Chief Constable Jane Sawyers in response to the determination of Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner on Operation KalmiaStaffordshire Police: Tamworth Borough 18 Mar
Temporary Chief Constable Jane Sawyers: “I welcome the determination the Police and Crime Commissioner has reached and remain grateful for the support family, friends and colleagues have given me during the investigation.
The National Police Counter Terrorism Network and partners have rolled out the next phase of an awareness raising campaign designed to reach out to families, to help prevent young people travelling to Syria.
Three men have been jailed for a total of 14 years after their plot to steal high value cars in the south of Staffordshire was foiled by police.
Three men were arrested on suspicion of burglary following an incident in Hednesford.
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