2 hrs ago | Worcester News
LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE GIRLS: The award finalists are, from left to right, Anna Madden, Emma Heathcote-James, Fiona Harris, Nicole Harris, Hannah Edwards, Jean Wilson, Bridget Lewis, Isobel Dale and Julia Whelan.
6 hrs ago | Redditch Advertiser
FIVE men remain in police custody tonight after a child reported they had been sexually assaulted at a Worcestershire nursery.
8 hrs ago | Redditch Advertiser
Councillors' Lucy Hodgson and Sheila Blagg have accepted vacant positions on the nine-seat body, earning promotions through the Tory ranks.
11 hrs ago | Kidderminster Shuttle
If a Kidderminster Town Council is created later this year, Conservative councillor and Wyre Forest District Council leader John Campion will be the last mayor appointed by the town's charter trustees.
12 hrs ago | Evesham Journal
12 hrs ago | Evesham Journal
13 hrs ago | Malvern Gazette
A MAN has pleaded guilty to killing Andrew Heath by starting a fire at his Worcester home in December 2011.
14 hrs ago | Malvern Gazette
NURSERIES in Droitwich, Bromsgrove and Redditch have been shut down by police and five people arrested after a child reported being sexually assaulted.
14 hrs ago | Redditch Standard
Bright Eyes, which has a branch at the Town Hall in Alcester Street, was searched by police after a mother called West Mercia following her child's disclosure.
Emma Pearson, Duncan Kemp and Phil Gardner from Bromsgrove Villa Lions, which was named Aston Villa's UK club of the year.
HUNDREDS of Midland motorists swindled by an illegal car clamping firm are to get part of their fees returned from the assets of the scam's mastermind.
THE DEPUTY Chief Fire Officer of Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service has praised Bromsgrove's new blue light centre, which opens next year and will combine the town's police and fire stations.
An anonymity order preventing the media from naming triple child killer David McGreavy, who impaled the bodies of his victims on railings, has been overturned by the High Court.
The offenders struck at Hartlebury at about 2am today, severing signalling cable and forcing a halt to London Midland services between Worcester Shrub Hill and Kidderminster until 9.15am. Passengers had to use a replacement bus service to reach their destinations until engineers completed repairs.
The kennels can look after up to 120 dogs in kennels on three floors of the building in Digbeth, near Birmingham city centre "You get people telling you it looks like a prison, and it does," admits Darren Calveley about the Birmingham Dogs' Home premises he manages.
A DRUNK man who punched an innocent bystander in the face in an unprovoked attack then threatened to bite the noses off the police officers who arrested him.
CHILDREN in Rhythm Time music classes across Redditch and Bromsgrove are raising money for a good cause this week by trying on hats.