A DOG that nipped at a young boy while he and his family were walking down the street has narrowly avoided being put down. The life of Staffordshire bull terrier, Bronson, had hung in the balance after owner Yasemin Taban admitted he was dangerously out of control on New Year's Eve at Worcester Magistrates Court .
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BLOOMS: Jane Stanley, Freda Davies, Meg Elcocks and Joan Philpott have arranged a flower festival at St Philip and St James Church in Hallow this weekend to mark Freda's 80th birthday. Picture by John Anyon.
VISITORS delved into the rich history of a care home - formerly used as a hospital in World War One - during an open day. The Boynes Care Centre, in Upton-upon-Severn, opened up to visitors on Saturday, April 22, to showcase its past as a Voluntary Aid Detachment Hospital.
David Denny was a familiar face at DJB Denny veterinary practice in Henwick Road , and won the national equine vet of the year award in 2010. But at times the vet has been criticised, in 2014 being accused of mistakenly putting down a dog that was only at the vets for some antibiotics.
ST STEPHEN was the scene of a classic Worcestershire County Council election bun fight last time around - with another big polling day on the cards. Back in 2013 veteran Conservative Mary Drinkwater witnessed the end of her political career here, losing her seat to newcomer Matthew Jenkins from the Green Party.
The sustained effort to reduce 'harassment' in Worcester is in response to a survey, in which residents highlighted the problems caused by begging and street drinkers. After surveying over 150 residents and traders in the centre of Worcester, police have been ordering problem people to leave the city centre and Diglis for 48 hours over the last few days.
PILES of waste, bags of clothes and other rubbish have been dumped in and around an alley - causing an eyesore, and attracting rats. The mess is thought to have lingered in Powell's Row, in St John's, Worcester for weeks before it was cleared away, while litter has also been piling up on private land nearby and still remains there now.
NUNNERY is one of the Labour Party's most importance seats - a patch where it has managed to tear up the status quo and deliver an election blow to the Conservatives. The seat is currently held by Councillor Pat Agar, who was elected to County Hall for the first time four years ago.
THE Labour stronghold of Gorse Hill & Warndon is one of the party's safest seats in the county, even in tough times. Despite national polling pointing to an incredibly difficult few weeks ahead for Labour under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership, anything other than a 'red' victory here would be remarkable.