A high-flying team of Black Country insurance brokers are hoping to make it a double awards delight after being named finalists in two separate awards nights.
Parents and carers in Sandwell can now apply for school places if their child is due to start high school or reception in September 2019.
A multi-award winning Black Country firm of financial advisers is set to add more silverware after being named finalists in a top awards.
Hundreds of local people are set to go back in time for a charity fun run. Each year, fundraisers at the Mary Stevens Hospice organise their annual Neon Night Run which will this year be 1980's themed.
The Duke of Cambridge has unveiled a statue of Major Frank Foley CMG, the 'British Schindler', in Mary Stevens Park, Stourbridge, as part of a wider visit to the West Midlands.
In the first of two visit's to the region, His Royal Highness, the Duke of Cambridge paid a special visit to Acorns Children’s Hospice in Birmingham, to see first-hand the charity’s vital work.
A new community volunteer project has been launched to help tackle litter in Sandwell.
Stars of this year's Birmingham Hippodrome pantomime, Peter Pan, arrived at the theatre for a first glimpse at the festive family spectacular coming this December.
Acorns Children’s Hospice has hit the road in striking style as part of an exciting project to celebrate its 30th birthday.
West End hit 'Motown The Musical' will be the first ever show at The Alexandra, Birmingham, following the venue’s £650K revamp.
The team is incredibly proud to receive a bronze award for Sports Show Of The Year at the annual National Community Radio Awards, which took place at Sheffield Hallam University this weekend.
Businesses in Pensnett are in line for a boost after work started on a new car park for shoppers.
Employment in the West Midlands has grown faster than anywhere else in England over the past 12 months, according to new Regional Labour Market figures.
More than 60 personnel from RAF Cosford marched through Dudley yesterday with swords drawn, bayonets fixed, colours flying, drums beating and bands playing after receiving the Freedom of Dudley Borough.
Police in Dudley are appealing for information after a woman was attacked in an attempted robbery on 7th September.
Children from St Francis Xavier Catholic Primary School in Oldbury have been treated to a special performance to mark Roald Dahl Day, held annually on 13th September.
A Wall Heath tennis coach is hoping it's game, set, match when he makes his debut for Great Britain later this month.
Teenagers are putting their lives at risk by using the former Walsall police station on Green Lane as an unofficial playground.
The new West Midlands Transport brand has already been brought to life on trains and trams in the region – now the first branded buses are in operation too.
Local people are being asked to rate their local parks and open spaces in a bid to identify what improvements can be made.
Sandwell Council has unveiled plans to improve cycling links to local railways and tram stations across the borough.
A congestion-busting plan to keep the West Midlands moving while billions of pounds of new road, rail and tram schemes are built will be considered by the West Midlands Combined Authority this Friday.
Council bosses have approved a £21,000 local safety scheme for the Pedmore Road and Cemetery Road junction in Lye.
Rounding-off the season in style, the Severn Valley Railway will be welcoming some Royal visitors at this year’s Autumn Steam Gala, from September 20th-23rd.
From today, 349,142 hardworking people on low incomes in the West Midlands are set to benefit from a new Government savings account that offers a 50% bonus.
Work on the temporary travellers transit site in Coseley is expected to get underway in the next couple of months, ready for early next year.
A man has been charged with a serious assault after a car hit a police officer leaving her with serious injuries.
TV comic Nish Kumar is bringing his new tour show to Dudley next year, it has been revealed.
Stourbridge MP, Margot James, has confirmed that action is being taken to remove travellers from Withymoor Village.
Birmingham Hippodrome will celebrate ‘Remember A Charity Week’ by joining the world’s first charity-powered search engine.
A teenager has died after an RTC despite the efforts of ambulance and hospital staff.
Producers from The Voice Kids rolled into Sandwell for a showcase of talented youngsters from the SHAPE Your Talent contest.
Around a third of street lights on main roads in the borough have now been converted to LED, a report has revealed.
The people of Wednesbury are remembering 100 years since the armistice that ended the First World War - with a new commemorative bench in the centre of the town.
One of the UK’s most prolific operatic sopranos has been announced as a new Visiting Tutor of Singing at Birmingham City University’s Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
Great Britain has only ever won one Olympic medal in the hammer – but the next champ could be from Dudley if council chiefs agree to invest in improving facilities.
A shop worker who was caught with illegal tobacco and cigarettes at a shop in Telford has been ordered to pay more than £2,500 in fines and lost duty.
An exciting new vision for Dudley borough has been unveiled by community leaders across the area.
Plans to make bus journeys in the borough quicker, greener and better value for money have been unveiled.
His Royal Highness, the Duke of Cambridge is set to visit Acorns Children’s Hospice on 18th September to mark the charity’s 30th Anniversary.
The Royal Shakespeare Company’s multi-award-winning production of Matilda The Musical will play its final shows at Birmingham Hippodrome this weekend after a total of 79 performances.
22 amateur daredevils will skydive for a Stourbridge charity this month.
Landlords are being reminded that the law affecting houses of multiple of occupation changes on 1st October.
Birmingham has “all the potential to be the UK’s top creative hub” the bosses of the world’s leading art-tech agency have said.
Around 30 caravans have moved onto land next to the Sainsbury’s store on Sandringham Way in Amblecote.
A total of six people were assessed and treated by ambulance staff in Walsall after a crash yesterday.
The latest phase of the tram extension in Wolverhampton has been completed – with Pipers Row now reopened in the city.
TV favourite, Anita Dobson, will play the role of Miss Hannigan as the new UK tour of Annie visits Wolverhampton Grand Theatre next year.
A Dudley Councillor has urged caution before a decision is made to demolish Dudley Hippodrome.
New colour-coded recycling bins have gone out around the site to encourage visitors to help separate out waste and allow the zoo to become even greener.
Children attending Sandwell’s free swimming sessions are being offered fruit to help them achieve their five a day targets and promote healthier snack options.
The West Midlands has been selected to become the innovative home to the UK’s first multi-city 5G test bed.
People are being asked to back their favourite Dudley borough parks in the national People’s Choice Awards.
The beloved childhood pet of Conservation Officer, Chris Leeson, has joined the zoo and is sss-settling in well to his new abode.
Progress continues to be made in improving services for vulnerable children and young people in Dudley, according to a letter from Ofsted.
Families in the West Midlands are being urged to talk during Organ Donation Week as new figures show 142 people from the area have died waiting for a transplant in the last five years.
West Midlands Police has applauded the bravery of two women after their evidence helped convict an 18-year-old man of rape and sexual assault.
Dudley Zoo are getting ready for a red panda party this weekend as staff prepare to celebrate their magnificent pair - Yasmin and Gawa.
Six important heritage buildings in Dudley will be throwing open their doors to the public as part of Heritage Open Day on Saturday 8th September.
Sandwell residents are being reminded not to lose their right to vote by completing their annual canvass form and returning it to the council.
Detectives investigating a fatal road traffic collision are appealing for the public’s help in locating a second vehicle.
A Birmingham fraudster who tried to steal more than £97,000 by submitting a string of fraudulent VAT claims has been handed a suspended two-year prison sentence.
A 20 year-old man’s been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following a shooting in Bartley Green on Sunday.