Callers alert emergency services after spotting the scene as they pass by...
A TAMWORTH parent has branded Staffordshire County Council's plans to not replace a soon-to-retire lollipop lady as 'negligent'.
TAMWORTH residents are set to benefit from another free healthy cooking event taking place in the town.
DRIVERS wanting to get on to the A5 at Wilnecote are to face weeks of changes to their route due to roadworks.
STAFFORDSHIRE’S Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis has announced Jane Sawyers as his preferred candidate for Chief Constable of Staffordshire Police.
TRAFFIC cops will be out in force across the region next week as part of a national clampdown on drivers using mobile phones at the wheel.
AN Edingale woman will celebrate her 100th birthday this weekend.
Tamworth youngsters will be in with the chance of scooping a PlayStation 4 if they visit a hard-hitting 'microsite'.
A brand new company for Tamworth, Glascote District Funeral Service proudly opened it’s doors this just a couple of weeks ago.
POLICE investigating an armed robbery at a Coleshill store have released CCTV images in a bid to identify the offenders.
BLOOD-CURDLING intrigue, sleuthing and shocks galore are all on the menu at a dinner party like no other taking place at Tamworth Assembly Rooms next month.
A memorial service will be held to celebrate the life of Tamworth teacher and historian Peter Edden next month.
TAMWORTH market is celebrating its 455th anniversary this year, but a former resident who once stated it was 'nothing short of a disgrace' says more needs to be done to ensure it survives the years to come, the Herald's Sam Jones reportsGraham Sault...
SHOCKING CCTV images of an armed robbery at a Coleshill store - showing one offender wielding a machete - have been released by police.
More Tamworth news
Bolehall Swifts have been rocked by a second setback in a week after the departure of striker Dave Yonwin.
LAMBS chairman Bob Andrews this week hailed the work done by manager Andy Morrell since taking over at the club, admitting: He's been a breath of fresh air.
Connor Taylor has committed his future to Tamworth for the 2015-16 campaign.
TAMWORTH CC First XI skipper Ben Maddox was left feeling pleased with what he witnessed from his team despite them slipping to a first defeat of the season on Saturday against Penkridge.
TAMWORTH AC's under-17s and under-20s athletes finished top of the table in their second match in the YDL League at Banbury on Saturday.
Javan Vidal says he sought the advice of Lambs boss Andy Morrell before joining Wrexham.
Lambs news: Tamworth boss Andy Morrell has admitted he is interested in signing striker Elliott Durrell.
Departing Bolehall Swifts ace Chris Cowley has thanked Dave Haywood for giving him the chance to further his football career with Chasetown, writes Scott Smith.
The Football Association has been successful in its bid for the 2015 Cerebral World Championships which will be running from the 16th-28th June at St George’s Park, the home of English Football.
People looking to access council services whilst on the move can now do so on a brand new App.
Through intelligence, it is predicted that in June 2015 there will be an increase in Distraction and Bogus Official Burglaries across Tamworth.
David Cameron has said he wants the body that sets MP’s pay to reconsider proposals for a more-than 10% pay rise later this year.
Unemployment in the UK has continued to fall and the number of people in work has continued to rise, according to the latest official figures.
The Liberal Democrats must rebuild themselves across Lichfield and Burntwood admits defeated parliamentary candidate Paul Ray.
Christopher Pincher speaking after the General Election result in Tamworth was declared Christopher Pincher has been re-elected as the Conservative member of Parliament for Tamworth for with an increased majority of 11,302.
Local Conservatives have three main priorities for Tamworth, economic growth, protecting our heritage and protecting the vulnerable residents of our borough and we will ensure the council’s finances are used to meet these priorities.
Sir Robert Peel Hospital I attended Staffordshire County Council’s latest public health scrutiny meeting with Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust earlier this week ( Monday 27th April ) and yet again heard a different story on Sir Robert Peel ...
This month we also had the 10th annual Destination Staffordshire Tourism Conference with more than 100 businesses from across the county getting together at Uttoxeter Racecourse.
Fraudsters have set up a bogus website claiming to be the official site of National Savings Investments and are contacting members of the public, cold calling them and offering them the chance to invest in 65+ Bonds (also known as Pensioner Bonds).
Tamworth’s Neighbourhood Watch has issued the following alert after a blind lady was conned.
James Anderson surpassed Sir Ian Botham as England’s highest Test wicket-taker in history with his 384th dismissal in his 100th match.
The Lord almighty grant us a quiet night and a perfect end.
One of the most consistent things to come out of my conversations regarding those who have been to a selection conference is: 'Please don't just ignore us!' I have encountered a few (well eight to be exact) people who felt that the message, 'Go away ...
The Heron was watching for fish and kept taking off to move along right in front of Oakfield enabling me to get these lovely action shots.
Psalm 42 As the deer longs for the water brooks, so longs my soul for you, O God.
6th -20th May 2015 Report on birds encountered on holiday on Cyprus.
One of the (many) challenges I have before me is to befound in the area of churchgrowth.
Psalm 28 To you I call, O Lord my rock; be not deaf to my cry, lest, if you do not hear me, I become like those who go down to the Pit.
This was one of my favourite cottage views with that lovely ancient tree standing in the field.
We did a talk to WiRE Lichfield a few months ago, on an introduction to Social Media Marketing.
This hired wide beam saw us coming and hastily pulled out in front of us, we had met them the day before and they were not very communicative! Anyway we caught them up when they were in the 502 yards long Bruce Tunnel.
Helena, Protector of the Holy Places, 330 AD Psalm 24 The earth is the Lord’s and all that fills it, the compass of the world and all who dwell therein.
Winter Twilight by Judith Clay The Snail’s Daydream by Eric Fan The Black Deer by Ruben Ireland The Tandem Trio by Bri Buckley...
This envelope arrived in the post this morning: Turns out that one of out children wanted a new sim card and a new name...
So it's Sunday and it's 6.00pm and it's time for another service toentrain the troops and keep the clergy from becoming bored.
So, continuing with the story of the lovely lady who wasn't so lovely because of her experiences relating to having offered herself for ordination and havingexplained where she was, let us continue...
We are still steady away with the comings and goings of migrants to Middleton.
What a fabulous tranquil spot this was right between the old pumping engine and Wilton Water.
THE UKs largest nightclub operator, The Luminar Group, which has clubs across the West Midlands, has seen an 18% increase in full year profits.
Agency will lead creative campaigns for radio, TV and video on demand to target summer, Halloween and Christmas holiday periods...
Work to help students with autism at a Lichfield school has been aided by a £500 donation.
WINDOWS manufacturer Epwin Group has posted a positive set of annual results - its first since floating on AIM last year.
TAMWORTH-based peer to peer lender ThinCats has reported that it has broken the £100m lending barrier.
SPEEDY, the tools, equipment and plant hire services company, has opened a national distribution centre (NDC) in Tamworth which is says will revolutionise the way it operates.
BIRMINGHAM developer St Modwen has submitted a detailed planning application to extend Centurion Park in Tamworth.
DRAYTON Manor Theme Park is set to expand one of its most popular visitor attractions as part of a £2.5m investment.
TAMWORTH-based peer to peer lender ThinCats has announced an underwriting deal with ESO Capital Group.
More Business news
Bin near children's play area near reservoirs not been emptied recently.
The bin on the lamppost has not been emptied in days.
A large chair has been dumped in the hedgerow alongside the footpath which is at the back of Clematis.
There are some very large black bags containing what looks like padding or similar.
A branch of a tree has split from the main trunk , could be dangerous to small children if it falls.
An old carpet dumped at side of footpath at the back of Clematis Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Clematis, Amington Report on FixMyStreet...
A blue Vauxhall Vectra, reg number DN04 SSJ parks on Belgrave Road (near garages at rear of 31-35).
Response by Tamworth Borough Council to Dean Starr on 21 May 2015 .
Request sent to Tamworth Borough Council by Dean Starr on 20 May 2015 .
Due to the unprecedented success of last year’s event, Staffordshire Police are once again hosting an Open Day to give local people the chance to take a look behind the scenes at Police Headquarters.
We’re appealing for anyone who saw a blue Skoda Fabia, registration FE57RUA, in the Amington area of Tamworth from 11am on Saturday 2 May.
Staffordshire Police is appealing for the public to report any sightings of a missing teenager.
We’ve issued this CCTV image as part of an investigation into a parcel delivery type scam in the Burton area.
Collision investigators are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road traffic collision which occurred at around 4:40 pm on Tuesday 5 May.
Just before 11.52am today (Saturday 2 May), a man was found lying in the road with life threatening head injuries outside The Yews Farm, Haunton, nr Tamworth.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic collision on the A38 at Fradley this morning.
We’re issuing a warning to residents after several incidents in the past month where a man posing as a parcel delivery driver has tricked residents into giving their card details.
Officers from Tamworth were called on to rescue a woman from the canal in Tamworth yesterday (Tuesday).
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