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1 hr ago | Halesowennews.co.uk
Blooming lovely: John Young, James Morris MP, Heart of England in Bloom judge Graham Redfern, Tony Billingham and Eve O'Connor in Somers Square.
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5 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Third of a 3-part series: Songs that reached No. 1 in England but had far less success in the U.S. Third of a 3-part series: Songs that reached No.
9 hrs ago | Stourbridgenews.co.uk
In his latest stealing spree, Sean Fitzgerald took goods from stores in Stourbridge, Wordsley and Kingswinford, said Nicholas Burn, prosecuting.
13 hrs ago | Dudleynews.co.uk
Christian Peters, aged 38, of Stourbridge Road, Lye, was given a 12 month community order for possessing cannabis and diamorphine in Netherton on June 3. He must pay a victim surcharge of A 60 and A 40 court costs.
14 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
Lucy Wedge, 22, had to have her face rebuilt after the nasty assault and police are still hunting her attacker Lucy Wedge was left needing cosmetic surgery after being violently punched in the face by vicious thug on a night out in Birmingham A barmaid has been left with a steel plate in her face after a brutal attack on a night out in Birmingham.
17 hrs ago | Dudleynews.co.uk
HEALTHY hubs across the borough have been saved from council cuts after cash was found to keep the facilities running as normal.
A Government-ordered inquiry into the Trojan Horse allegations is expected to say that there was a "sustained and co-ordinated agenda" to impose hardline Muslim views in some Birmingham schools when it reports back today.
In 2011, Magnum photographer Martin Parr visited the Teddy Grays candy factory near Birmingham, England that makes old-fashioned candy with Wonka-esque names -- Mint Humbugs, Nutty Brittles, Spearminties.
A new regeneration company is being established to ensure that the arrival of Birmingham's High Speed Two rail terminal is a "catalyst for growth".
A FUNDRAISING cream tea attracted over 100 people and raised A 300 towards returning Cradley Heath 's oldest church back to its former glory.
A MAN viewed indecent films featuring children after installing software on his home computer to enable him to access the "dark net", a court was told.
I WAS fascinated to read the article by Mrs Eva Warr in the Black Country Bugle about Smethwick.
THIS photograph sports a few wounds, but considering it's almost a hundred years old now, and has spent much of that time tightly rolled up, it's not in bad shape.
Cancer Research Uk Wyre Forest committee member Jean Morgan, Adam Ingram, Tonia Lee, Royal British Legion members Ron Taylor and Mark Spilsbury with barber Joey Smalls.
Anthony Marsh is being paid 232,000 pounds to run both the West Midlands and East of England ambulance services An ambulance service has responded to criticism of its chief executive's "banker-style" salary by claiming he is saving the taxpayer A 130,000 a year.
Maninder Kaur thought she was going on the trip of a lifetime when she joined a party of 80 to set off on an expedition across the Arctic to the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard.
NOTICING in The Bugle the interesting article on a Sunday School prize, I thought readers might be interested to see these photographs of prizes from various local Sunday Schools we have in our collection at the Christian Heritage Centre at Rowley Regis.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 08:06 pm
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