A 14-year-old boy, who suffers from learning difficulties, has been brutally stabbed and robbed at Priory Park in Dudley.
Staff at Sandwell Council are celebrating after the authority was shortlisted and commended in more categories of a national awards scheme than any other Council.
Dudley is pioneering a new scheme which aims to make it easier for patients to get support to be healthy.
A special awards ceremony was held to honour 19 loyal blood donors from Birmingham City who collectively have saved and improve the lives of up to 5,700 people.
People of all ages are urged to join the dozens already taking part in free exercise sessions in borough parks.
Dudley Zoo’s Asiatic lionesses had an eggscellent start to Easter Day with an eggy breakfast – lion style!
A fundraising physiotherapist is taking part in the ultimate test of endurance for Acorns Children’s Hospice.
Wolves at Work has secured a new £100,000 sub-regional construction training hub in the city to help hundreds of unemployed residents get into work.
Lightwoods skatepark in Bearwood will see remote control cars riding the ramps for the first time - after the idea was dreamed up by a local schoolboy.
A problem tenant who allowed her dogs to cause a noise nuisance in her home has been sentenced in court following a case put together by Dudley Council’s Anti-Social Behaviour team.
Three new impressive recruits have joined the attraction's birds of prey display team.
The family of a woman who died when she was hit by a motorcycle on the Wolverhampton Road in Oldbury have paid tribute to their much loved mother and grandmother.
A man has died following a collision between a car and a motorbike in Bilston.
Dudley Council’s efforts in transforming services for children and young people, have been shortlisted for a national award.
The Tenor Bell at Cradley will ring this evening to show solidarity with everyone involved in the devastating events at Notre Dame earlier this week.
Dudley Trail organisers are getting ready for the largest urban walking event in the West Midlands.
Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP, James Morris, has welcomed news that West Midlands Police will receive £6,000,000 to tackle the surge in serious violence across the West Midlands.
An immersive poverty experience is coming to Birmingham this month allowing both adults and children to experience the sights, sounds and smells of a developing country.
A man who assaulted a Sandwell Council civilian enforcement officer for putting a parking ticket on his van has been handed a suspended jail sentence.
A rogue roofer who made a false representation to a vulnerable Halesowen homeowner has been prosecuted.
New recruits into West Midlands Police, this year, will be the first to be enrolled with Staffordshire University under a new training partnership.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 92-year-old woman died following a road collision in Stourbridge last Thursday.
A builder and an electrician have both been fined after a court heard that they attempted to cover up unsatisfactory domestic electrical work.
More than 300 local authorities across the country have bid for a share of the £675 million Future High Streets Fund to transform their local high streets into modern vibrant community hubs.
Lulu still has plenty to shout about as she embarks on another mammoth tour of the UK returning to Wolverhampton Grand Theatre on Sunday 6 October with a brand new tour!
Dudley North MP, Ian Austin, stood up in Treasury Questions to ask Ministers to meet him and people in Dudley to discuss their case for fairer funding.
To celebrate the legacy of the region, the Black Country Living Museum is opening up its doors after hours for an atmospheric evening of live entertainment, industrial demonstrations, good food and living history – plus, tickets are half price!
A Stourbridge fundraiser will be travelling down to London to compete in the Virgin Money Giving London Marathon 2019 to raise vital funds for the Mary Stevens Hospice.
Two brothers are set to open a state-of-the-art gym in the heart of DY5, Dudley’s business and innovation enterprise zone.
A man has been jailed for four-and-a-half years for assaulting a taxi driver in 2017.
Residents across Dudley borough have got just hours left to make sure they are registered to vote in the local elections next month.
A pedestrian has died following a road traffic collision in Oldbury last night.
The Secretary of State for Education has today approved a bid led by Dudley College of Technology to create an Institute of Technology as part of a new wave of government funded skills institutions.
Plans have been given the green light to demolish the eyesore Cavendish House and kick-start an exciting £82m retail and leisure development in Dudley town centre.
Five members of a County Lines drugs gang have been jailed for running a network pushing crack cocaine and heroin from the Black Country into market and spa towns.
Wolverhampton based CIC, 'HugglePets In The Community', have launch their £100,000 fundraiser to create the city’s first community aquarium and sensory playroom.
A driver has been hurt after a collision between two lorries on the M6.
Two teenagers from Dudley are taking a stand against knife crime with their new 'Sharpen Minds Not Knives' campaign.
Building on the highly successful model first demonstrated by Detroit SOUP, a small group of people have come together to bring SOUP dinners back to Dudley this May.
The £60m Sandwell Aquatics Centre has been given the final go-ahead by councillors.
Detectives investigating the death of Keelan Wilson in Wolverhampton have arrested another teenager on suspicion of murder.
Dudley Council’s housing maintenance team has been handed an Order of Distinction from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents in recognition of its practices and achievements to ensure staff safety and wellbeing over many years.
After a successful inaugural event last year, Sandwell Valley Park Farm are welcoming back Plant Hunters’ Fairs on Saturday 13th April for their Spring Plant Fair.
An elderly man collided with three other shoppers when he fell down an escalator at the Cornbow Shopping Centre in Halesowen yesterday.
Dudley’s historic Himley Hall will be celebrating in style when a newly refurbished West Wing opens for weddings this summer.
Transport bosses are surveying people who live, work or travel along Hagley Road and Broad Street ahead of major road and tram developments on one of the busiest routes into Birmingham city centre.
A suspected armed drug dealer has been remanded in prison after West Midlands Police raided two addresses in Walsall.
A nursery provider now has life-saving devices on hand at 19 of its West Midlands settings thanks to support from the ambulance service and Cardiac Science.
A leading charity, a youth football boss and a school governor were among the winners of this year’s prestigious Mayor of Dudley Civic Awards.
Councillor Patrick Harley, leader of the Conservatives on Dudley Council, has welcomed the new funding commitment from the Conservative Government to improve the condition of roads across the country.
Dudley Cultural Education Partnership have launched a national initiative which aims to get young people to do 25 things cultural and artistic by the age of 25.
St Michael’s Church of England high school is using innovative ways to tackle youth violence and knife crime in Sandwell.
Youngsters can now register to swim for free during all Dudley Council school holidays at borough leisure centres.
Delays in the creation of a temporary travellers site have been emphasised after travellers set up camp on Ketley Fields in Kingswinford this afternoon.
A 20 year-old man’s been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following a shooting in Bartley Green on Sunday.