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In case you're around and want to come along, I'll be speaking at the annual Mothman Festival in Point Pleasant, West Virginia on the weekend of Sept 20-21.
Leekblues, the organising committee behind the festival, are pleased to announce that the town's newly-opened Premier Inn is this year's title sponsor.
THE Women's Food and Farming Union has announced that the long awaited tribute to honour former members of the Women's Land Army and Women's Timber Corps is about to be unveiled at the National Memorial Arboretum, at Alrewas, near Lichfield.
A PUB landlord claims he was punished for 'no good reason' after his warranty on a domestic steam cleaner was 'rendered void' before he had even used it.
The devastated parents of a 12-year-old schoolboy who hanged himself after being bullied have released these heartbreaking pictures of their dying son.
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THERE'S THE HUB: Conrad Jones, Centro's head of sustainability, councillor Roger Horton and Brenda Lawrence cut the ribbon to open the cycle hub.
The 74-metre wind turbine proposed for Spring Farm, in Stone Road, Bramshall, has received its final rejection from planning authorities, after action group Bramshall Against Turbines fought for more than a year to get the application thrown out.
PEOPLE looking to rent properties with two or more bedrooms are being urged to get in touch with Dudley Council's housing services.
GOOD BOOK: From the left, Jayne Stanley, of Hanley Library, volunteers Debbie Duncalf and Maureen Olafsen, and Reverend Martin Stephens, of St John's Church in Abbey Hulton.
ASK Peter Hill to name the favourite era in his life and, like most of us, he will declare that the glory days were in his youth when all the world seemed young and for Peter, that was the 1950s.
RAISING FUNDS: Clockwise, from the left, John May, from Weston Coyney, entertained families at the fun day; Alicia's brother Bryn Cowen; and Samia Jallow, aged four, from Leek, at the event.
Annual Vegetable and Flower Show at St Paul's Community Centre, Novi Lane, Leek.
A STOURBRIDGE security guard involved in a high speed police chase as two young frightened girls in the back of his car begged him to stop, has swerved jail.
THOUSANDS of rare records detailing appeals made by people looking to avoid conscription into the First World War are to go on display.
DOG owners are being encouraged to enjoy a stroll with their four-legged friend while raising money for Mary Stevens Hospice.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:49 am
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