A 22-year-old-man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after being stabbed in Wolverhampton city centre.
Monthly Archives: January 2019
The Lord Mayor of Birmingham will lead the city’s Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations at the Council House on Sunday, January 27. Holocaust Memorial Day commemorates the victims and survivors of the Holocaust and Nazi persecutions, as well as other genocides around the world. The ceremony, in the Banqueting Suite, will be hosted by Cllr Tristan Chatfield, Birmingham City Council’s CabinetRead more
Ambitious businesses looking to grow and expand can find out why a move to DY5, Dudley’s Business and Innovation Centre, could be a step in the right direction, at a special breakfast meeting next month.Read more
Could you and your family give up fizzy drinks for February? Dudley Council is backing a campaign encouraging both children and adults to bin fizzy pop for a month to reduce sugar intake, lose weight, save money and protect their teeth.Read more
Five suspected car thieves − including four school-age boys − were arrested and stolen cars recovered following two West Midlands Police pursuits overnight.Read more
This week, PC Andy Peters – a dedicated Young Persons officer based in Dudley – visited Greenfield Primary School in Stourbridge as part of the national #KnifeFree campaign.Read more
A major cannabis factory spread across three floors of an empty towerblock has been uncovered by police.Read more