A senior council boss has said the £250m Wednesbury to Brierley Hill Metro extension will "transform" the borough of Dudley.
The under-threat Mothercare store at Merry Hill looks set to be saved after a list announcing its fate was apparently leaked online.
The confectionery masters at Cadbury World have unveiled their latest majestic creation in order to celebrate the upcoming royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – a chocolate recreation of Windsor Castle.
Sandwell Council is set to release over £250,000, held in more than 20 dormant trust funds, to support projects giving children and young people the best possible start in life.
A rogue gardener from Dudley who made false claims on Facebook and then carried out shoddy work, has landed a hefty court bill.
The Black Country Living Museum is calling out for memories, prior to 1969, of the Elephant & Castle that once stood on the corner of Stafford Street and Cannock Road in Wolverhampton.
Adrian Chiles will take to the fairways at an annual Golf Day organised by local charity, NICE, who help families affected by movement disorders such as cerebral palsy and adults recovering from a stroke.
A fly-tipper caught on camera dumping rubbish in Netherton has landed a court bill of £1,655 in one of four successful prosecutions by Dudley Council.
Former engineer, Councillor Alan Taylor, is looking forward to forging new community links in his new role as Mayor of Dudley.
The red carpet was rolled out this week as a new film, highlighting the need for foster carers for teenagers, premiered in Birmingham.
A furniture company has been ordered to pay nearly £300,000 after a warehouse worker’s legs were crushed in a compactor at a Wednesbury factory.
Budding actors have the opportunity to play iconic Motown artists in the touring production of Motown The Musical which arrive in Birmingham this October.
Five men who were arrested following an assault in Halesowen in the early hours of last Friday morning have all been released.
Staff at a Cradley Heath nursery were left reeling this morning after vandals broke in overnight and set fire to a shed in their garden.
A Dudley teenager has been spared time in jail after he admitted possessing two knives at Merry Hill shopping centre.
A man has died following a hit-and-run in Stourbridge on Bank Holiday Monday.
Margot James, MP for Stourbridge and Minister for Digital and Creative Industries, will be hosting her sixth University Fair on Thursday 17th May as part of her Aspiration Stourbridge programme.
Teachers at Centre Stage Dance Academy are appealing for public support to help their pupils with travel costs to allow them to compete at the World Dance Championships in the Summer.
Images have been released of Dudley’s historic skyline if an £82million leisure and retail complex gets the green light.
Shoppers at Amblecote Sainsbury’s were invited to find out more about their local Black Country Foodbank, during a donation drive at the weekend.
This morning, Black Country Radio joined 300 other radio stations around the UK to broadcast the Mental Health Minute as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.
The public can discover the stunning surroundings of Lightwoods House in Bearwood this Saturday at an open day.
A 16 year-old boy has appeared before Dudley Magistrates charged with possession of an offensive weapon after a male was assaulted at intu Merry Hill on Saturday afternoon.
A performance by a Dudley borough award-winning comedy trio will be a highlight of this year’s activities to mark national Dementia Action Week.
The Government has confirmed funding worth £9.6m over three years for a project to help get rough sleepers off the streets of the West Midlands.
Staff at West Midlands Ambulance Service are celebrating after a popular documentary series took home a BAFTA at last nights star-studded ceremony.
A curry night held at a restaurant in Wall Heath has raised a spicy £1,000 for the Mayor of Dudley’s three chosen charities.
Dudley Zoo’s new scarlet macaws are settling well into their luxury lodgings and lapping up their five-a-day feasts.
Last weekend the Mayor of Dudley, Cllr Dave Tyler, welcomed two of Britain’s former Davis Cup players to Wall Heath Tennis Club for a coaching clinic open to both members and non-members.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, Black Country Radio will join with other BBC, commercial and community stations across the country to broadcast a one-minute message about mental health.
Thousands of people from across the UK have secured their discounted early-bird tickets to SummerFest at Himley Hall in July.
This season’s free outdoor band concerts programme has been announced across the regions green spaces.
Dudley North MP Ian Austin will visit the Citizens Advice Super Service in the town’s Stone Street today, as part of their pre-opening event.
Dedicated plans are being drawn up for each of Sandwell’s six towns to keep improving public services and the quality of life for residents and businesses.
Four men have been found guilty after posting extreme right wing stickers across a campus of a Birmingham university. A fifth man was acquitted.
A new local landmark will be created in Cradley Heath through a partnership between Halesowen College and A Perry & Co (Hinges) Ltd, who have been based in the West Midlands for the past 93 years.
A 17 year-old who took part in a robbery spree in Stourbridge just days before killing a Netherton father-of-two, has had restrictions forbidding the use of his name lifted.
The family of a man who was critically injured in a collision in Stourbridge on Bank Holiday Monday have released a picture of him, as police continue to appeal for witnesses.
Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust is celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week by hosting a free event that will explore the topic of stress.
Sandwell Council’s trading standards team is warning residents to be on their guard against rogue traders and bogus callers.
Walkers from across the country braved the heat of the bank holiday and took to the 38th annual Dudley Trail, in association with K2 Security, in their thousands.
Sir Lenny Henry has taken to the stage at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire to narrate Sergei Prokofiev’s ‘Peter and the Wolf’.
A Dudley grandad insists there’s a whole new world to gain as a month of free events launches across the Black Country this week, aiming to show people the joy of sailing.
A man armed with a knife has been arrested after crashing a car on a Netherton pub car park.
Police are appealing for information after a hit -and- run collision in Stourbridge yesterday which left a driver with serious injuries.
Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street, has confirmed that he's in advanced negotiations for a revival of the Birmingham Superprix as a Formula E event next summer.
A Black Country community police officer has been named West Midlands Police’s PCSO of the Year after identifying more than 100 shoplifters in just nine months!
There's still plenty of time for local artists to enter Sandwell's Hidden Treasures competition.
An exhibition to showcase the borough’s top attractions and great days out will take place at intu MerryHill later this month.
West Midlands Combined Authority has issued an invitation for interested people to help design drone technology trials in the region.
Unique local charity, NICE – Centre for Movement Disorders, is taking on a new venture with their 'Climb Snowdon' trek on Saturday 2 June.
Dudley Zoo is celebrating the births of a bundle of spring babies including a capuchin monkey, a black lemur, a Barbary sheep and two bats.
Plans to transform Birmingham International Station into a fully integrated transport exchange, linked to the new HS2 Interchange Station in Solihull, have been given a major boost by West Midlands Combined Authority.
Police are appealing for information after a hit-and-run collision in Wolverhampton which left a cyclist with serious injuries.
The Conservative party looks set to hold on to control of Dudley Council after a convincing showing in yesterday's local elections.
A keen cyclist from Brierley Hill will help keep a tandem rider company as she cycles from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise money and awareness for Samaritans.
A popular water play facility in a Stourbridge park is re-opening for the summer, just in time for the May Day Bank Holiday.
Avoncroft Museum will be re-living some of Britain’s most time-honoured rural traditions this May Bank Holiday, with its special May Day event taking place from 10.30am on Monday 7th May.
A man who admitted causing the death of a young mother by dangerous driving has been warned he faces a long spell behind bars.
A pedestrian has been taken to one of the region’s major trauma centres following a collision with a car on Monday night.
Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust are inviting members of the public to come and find out more about their local Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
West Midlands Ambulance Service is renewing it’s appeal for help in tracking down the man who attacked an ambulance as the crew were treating a patient on board.
A 20 year-old man’s been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following a shooting in Bartley Green on Sunday.