Local Headlines from Wednesday, September 16th, 2020
Local charity relocates to Walsall's Saddlers Centre.
This month, '4 Steps To A Smile' will be relocating their Walsall base to the Saddlers Shopping Centre.
Sound advice offered at online conference for events industry
A leading Midlands ‘sound guy’, who has helped hundreds of events-inspired businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic, has organised an online conference to bring hope to professionals in the sector.
Thousands of Dudley and Wolverhampton citizens to be helped to avoid scams
An awareness campaign has been launched to help those living in Dudley and Wolverhampton, who are over the age of 55, to tackle the increasing threat of fraud.
Saleem Foundation launches grant applications
Since forming in April 2019, The Saleem Foundation has been gathering funds to utilise for the benefit of others - and they have recently launched the application process for grants in the Black Country.
Council’s national award nomination for Covid response
Dudley Council’s adult social care team has been nominated for a national award for its work in the borough during the coronavirus pandemic.
Police appeal for help to find missing 14-year-old
Police are appealing for help in tracing 14-year-old Kadeem Russell who has gone missing from Sandwell.
Halesowen MP opens Little Kenelm’s pre-school
James Morris, MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis, paid a visit to Our Lady & St Kenelm Catholic School last Friday to open their new pre-school.
Leader urges rapid regeneration in Dudley
The leader of Dudley Council today said plans for a new “university” must continue at pace as council bosses look set to consider details in a report next week.