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SLADE rocker Don Powell drummed up plenty of support when he stopped off at Merry Hill to meet fans and sign copies of his book.
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Dozens protested in Westminster after the government announced it would not appeal against the dropped prosecution of an alleged bomber John Downey.
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Popular tribute band, Out of the Shadows, will use their talents to raise funds for the Alzheimer's Society when they perform at the Stourbridge Institute, Market Street on Saturday March 22. The event has been organised by Brierley Hill social worker, Kate Weston, who made a pledge to spend 12 months fundraising for the charity in October.
It was four years later, when she and a friend were walking around the Westwood Road Recreational Grounds in Leek, that she met Basil.
Once again creative people are invited to submit entries for this year's Staffordshire Moorlands Open Art Exhibition which is held at the Gallery in The Nicholson Institute, Stockwell Street, Leek.
Relegation from the Premier League caused Wolves to make a massive A 30 million loss in the 12 months to the end of May 2013.
Left to right are Sue Emery , Christine Wieldon , Debbie Wood , Barbara Harris , Jackie Milward and Sue Jackson .
Music Like Lemons are set to play at the semi-final of the Wolverhampton Battle Of The Bands at the city's Slade Rooms on March 16 after coming second in the quarter finals.
On January 15, Donna Cole went into Boots on Spring Gardens where she was seen to take a box of plasters from the shelf and drop some of the contents in to her handbag before leaving, High Peak Magistrates' Court heard.
Sixteen people have died in Manchester in the past four years from a highly resistant superbug spreading across North West England, figures show.
The author from Withymoor, whose first book Torn was published in 2012, looks set for further success with his second offering Taken - which hits the book stores today to coincide with World Book Day.
Tomorrow the first of The Sentinel's four Great War centenary supplements is published and I can honestly say it has been a privilege to be involved in the project.
Police have launched a murder inquiry after a woman was found dead in a bedroom at a city centre hotel this morning.
SUICIDE is the single biggest killer of teenagers in Britain today but more must be done to stop it being a taboo subject, says the Gnosall chairman of a charity fighting to help stamp it out.
The plans, which reveal where the new homes will be built over the next 15 years, are on display at the Mill Arts and Events centre in Rayleigh as well as other venues across the district.
Ascent, the housing joint venture between Your Moorlands and Staffordshire Moorlands District Council, is hosting the event tomorrow with PM training and Seddon Construction.