Archery, basketball, kiting, mountain biking and climbing are just a few of the activities on offer for youngsters at Astley Burf Outdoor Adventure Centre this summer.
Comedian and impressionist, Aaron James, will join the cast of Wolverhampton Grand Theatre’s pantomime - Dick Whittington - this year alongside the previously announced Su Pollard, Jeffrey Holland and Ian Adams.
A total of 51,040 pensioners in the Black Country are set to lose their free TV license, according to research by Dudley North MP, Ian Austin.
Local brewery, Craddock's, has released plans to set up 'The Good Intent' bar in the heart of Birmingham, which will be one of the first of its kind in the UK with a mission to donate all of its profits to charities and good causes.
After consultation with Dudley Council, Hospice bosses have been forced to postpone SummerFest 2019 until later in the summer as the ground at Himley Hall is unusable.
Thousands are expected at the UK’s biggest Asian music festival for a weekend of family entertainment with Bollywood stars.
A man has admitted arming himself with a Samurai-style sword during violent clashes with his Black Country neighbours.
The National Youth Ballet will return to Birmingham with 'Wonderlands', a mixed programme of new works choreographed by some of the country’s rising talents, performed by a company of young dancers from across the UK.
Greenfield Gardens in Stourbridge will host the Black Country's 'Great Get Together' on Saturday 22 June, from 11:00am to 2:30pm.
Bosses have branded it a weekend of ‘utter disappointment’ with no fewer than five staff assaulted and two ambulances vandalised.
A man has been arrested after a student was slashed with a knife outside Halesowen College.
The Castle Hill attraction is offering Dads free entry this Sunday as part of its Father’s Day celebrations.
A Black Country charity dedicated to helping the needy and homeless is to open a new hub at the Churchill Shopping Centre in Dudley.
Local community housing projects and charities are being urged to put their case forward as Nationwide building society makes £500,000 available to help make a difference to communities across the region.
Penkridge Market will be helping children with their Father’s Day preparations on Saturday 15th June with a variety of craft activities such as making Father’s Day cards.
Non-English speakers could get free language lessons linked to job training under new plans from the West Midlands Combined Authority.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses and information following a serious sexual assault on a woman as she walked home from work in the early hours of yesterday morning.
An Assistant Chief Ambulance Officer from West Midlands Ambulance Service and an IT engineer with West Midlands Fire Service have been recognised in the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honour’s List.
Sandwell’s streets and pavements are being lit up by thousands of new smart streetlights that will save cash and cut carbon emissions.
A new scheme that could save the lives of people who have been stabbed has been launched in Birmingham City Centre.
Hundreds of toddlers are expected to dress up as animals and take part in a colourful procession around Dudley Zoo next week.
People can make fitness their goal with a special summer membership offer at Dudley borough leisure centres.
Children from a Rowley Regis school celebrated at achieving their Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award at Buckingham Palace.
A teenager, who was arrested during a knife arch operation at Dudley Central Bus Station, has been handed a four-month Detention Training Order.
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre has announced that The History Boys will be its third in-house production, hitting the stage in 2020.
In just one week’s time, the stories of over fifty members of the armed forces community from across the West Midlands will be presented in the world premiere of a new play.
Telly comic David Baddiel is returning to Dudley next year with a new show based around his battles with Internet trolls.
West Midlands Ambulance Service is set to maintain its position of being the only ambulance service with no operational vehicles over five years old with the announcement of an order for 300 new ambulances.
Thousands of adults will benefit from better skills and jobs thanks to a £25 million training boost in the West Midlands.
The iconic live music venue, which has hosted bands such as Primal Scream and the Levellers, has closed suddenly, citing running costs making the venue no longer viable.
A Dudley couple are encouraging people to attend events in the borough as part of National Carers Week which runs from 10th to 16th June.
St Patrick’s Festival Birmingham has announced plans to expand to a year-round 'cultural calendar' programme of music and arts, launching with the only UK date from the Irish folk music giants.
A robber who posed as a woman during a cash point robbery has been put behind bars - after West Midlands Police linked him to the crime from his wig.
Sandwell Council is overhauling how utility companies and developers apply for permission to do roadwork's, in a bid to cut congestion and disruption on the roads.
Work to prepare the site of the new Sandwell Aquatics Centre will start later this month after planning permission for the £62 million state-of-the-art facility at Londonderry Playing Fields in Smethwick was granted earlier this year. .
Judges from America and Canada are in Halesowen this week as the town seeks to win international honours for its floral displays.
The actress will star as Rachel Marron as the hit show, inspired by the 1992 film, arrives at Wolverhampton Grand as part of a national tour.
Commuters are being urged to leave more time for journeys after Five Ways underpass in Birmingham closed to all traffic from this morning.
Bosses at Black Country Living Museum are celebrating after receiving the final go ahead to begin its transformational £23m development project ‘BCLM: Forging Ahead’ in the Summer.
Volunteers at Mary Stevens Hospice have been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.
Ian Austin is campaigning to prevent homeowners being hit with extortionate management fees.
People can enjoy a number of events at the Dudley Council run Himley Hall and Park next month.
Dudley Council has been shortlisted for three Horticulture Week Custodian Awards for projects in borough parks.
New defensive controls deployed by HMRC have put an end to fraudster’s spoofing the tax authority’s most recognisable helpline numbers.
Long-lost performances of major international artists including The Beatles, Dusty Springfield, Tom Jones and The Hollies will be shown for the first time in more than 50 years at Birmingham City University on Saturday 1 June.
A new West Midlands Police recruit is proving testament to the adage ‘better late than never’ after acting on a life-long ambition to join the force.
Sandwell Council is working with the Royal British Legion to find family members of war hero George William Ambrose Mills.
Two Sandwell bus lanes will become operational from next week – in a bid to speed-up bus transport in the Oldbury and West Bromwich areas.
Youth members of Brierley Hill Musical Theatre Company are ready to rock having had a priceless opportunity to meet the cast of the UK touring production of Rock Of Ages, ahead of performing their own production of the show in July
The producers of 'Heartbeat Of Home' have announced that the show will be heading to Wolverhampton Grand Theatre this summer for four exclusive performances from 29th August, ahead of opening in the West End.
A Dudley taxi driver has been jailed for trying to dodge a speeding fine, after being caught on camera on 26 June last year.
A £2 million fund has been launched to help communities make their streets safer and encourage more cycling and walking.
Himley Hall and Park is once again hosting the annual Country Fair and Vintage Transport Show.
The Tipton’s Charitable Foundation has awarded cheques collectively worth over £7,500 to fifteen local charities.
West Bromwich based 'Keltruck' has donated £7,000 to Acorns from their Charities Aid Foundation account.
Police have launched an appeal for information after a man was stabbed multiple times in Wolverhampton this morning.
The stand-up, famed for his grouchy deadpan style and the inspiration behind Simpsons character Moe Szyslak, will take centre stage at the next 'Funny Beeseness' show at Cornbow Hall on Saturday 8th June.
A 20 year-old man’s been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following a shooting in Bartley Green on Sunday.