A senior West Mids Police officer today pledged to leave ‘no stone unturned’ in the hunt for the killer or killers of a boy aged 16, as an increase in officers dedicated to the fight on knife crime was announced.
Monthly Archives: February 2019
A crack cocaine addict whose dangerous driving led to the death of West Midlands Police PCSO Holly Burke has been jailed for nine years.Read more
The redevelopment of Birmingham’s Centenary Square reached a leafy milestone as work began to plant the first of the site’s trees.Read more
Proposals for the second phase of the regeneration of Perry Barr have been unveiled by Birmingham City Council. The 12.27 hectare site would accommodate around 400 new homes, associated public open space and a new secondary school for 1,260 pupils. The area, between Holford Drive and Aldridge Road in Perry Barr, is adjacent to the site of the former BirminghamRead more
Birmingham City Council has announced plans to take forward proposals for a housing led regeneration initiative for the Ladywood area.Read more
A huge outdoor music and comedy festival will take place in the grounds of Himley Hall on Black Country Day, it was revealed today. Valentine’s Day starts a five-month countdown to the big Black Country Musicom on Sunday July 14, with tickets going on sale today.Read more
West Mids Police detectives investigating the death of a Joseph Chamberlain College student have today (17 February) arrested a teenager on suspicion of assisting an offender – as they continue to appeal for witnesses to come forward.Read more