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15 min ago | Black Country Bugle
ONE of the most popular works by Charles Dickens is Oliver Twist, his second novel, published in monthly instalments that began in February 1837 and ended in April 1839.
Should the US stop sending aid to developing countries?
Do You Know the NRA?
1 hr ago | Crewe Guardian
The evening featured a catwalk show of outfits from stores in Nantwich, including Fat Face, Bratts, Wall Street, Parkgate, Cindarella's and NaA ve.
2 hrs ago | Staffordshire Newsletter
Figures from the Office of National Statistics show jobless claims in Stafford fell 29.04 per cent, with a total of 1833 people claimed Jobseekers Allowance in November - a fall of 509 12 months earlier.
3 hrs ago | IcCheshire Online
The family of a British surgeon who died after more than a year in detention in Syria have accused the Foreign Office of not doing enough to secure his release.
4 hrs ago | Dudleynews.co.uk
A MAN who took a hunting knife to Dudley Magistrates Court cost taxpayers A 2,800 for a trial which left a judge perplexed.
ASHBOURNE'S planning committee has been accused of 'sidestepping democracy' and 'taking the easy way out' after allowing 190 homes to be built on fields close to the town centre.
The team of administrators charged with deciding the future of the troubled Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust will publish its final report today .
THE driver of a vehicle involved in a collision which resulted in the death of a Leek woman has been sentenced.
From left to right: pub landlord Spanner, DJ Stef Callear, pub landlady Sarah, with, at the front, DJ Alan Hodgknison.
A TOTAL of 30 musical students from St Edward's Academy in Leek took part in a Young Musician Competition.
Eighty employees from offices in Stourbridge, Lye and Netherton will move to Hope House at Castlegate Business Park, Dudley, on January 14. The improved facilities are within walking distance of Dudley Magistrates Court and will enable the service, which supervises people who must attend regular appointments as part of their community order or ... (more)
POPULAR Stourbridge artist and comedy writer Geoff Tristram says he felt like thieves had stolen Christmas after they made off with his car which was crammed full of his own artwork and books.
Plans to develop runways at Heathrow and Gatwick airports ignore the "engine room of England", a West Midlands councillor has said.
Kane Boden, 21, of Eccleshall Road in Stafford, Luke Reynolds, 25, of Prescott Avenue in Stafford and Gary Johnson, 21, of Kingstand Road in Stone, were caught when police became aware of the video, posted to social media, of the three performing dangerous stunts in cars and on a motorbike at a location in Stafford.
A DUDLEY man has been jailed for his part in an English Defence League demonstration which descended into mob violence.
A THOUGHTFUL Stourbridge schoolgirl was so touched when she saw the poorly youngsters featured on Children in Need that she decided she wanted to do something to help.
Dan Benson, who owns Dan The Barbers in The Smithfield Centre in Leek, took part in the Macmillan Cancer Support challenge in October.