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1 hr ago | Bromsgrove Advertiser
Despite massive investment into flooding alleviation work, pressure to build new homes and climate change are driving up fears the county could be facing a deteriorating situation.
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1 hr ago | Malvern Gazette
SHOPPERS are being urged to buy an extra item on their trip to the supermarket this weekend to help feed the needy over Christmas.
2 hrs ago | Kidderminster Shuttle
Against closure: Stephen Clee at Bewdley Fire Station, which could be shut down in fire authority plans to cut costs WYRE Forest councillors will be submitting their concerns over the possible closure of Bewdley Fire Station and the removal of an engine in Kidderminster to fire chiefs.
The final-flight honor goes to Bangladesh Biman Airlines, operator of the world's last passenger DC-10 -- which the airline says will be making its final scheduled flight on December 7, on an otherwise routine flight.
RUBERY residents and visitors gathered in the village on Saturday afternoon and evening for the annual Christmas lights switch-on.
PEOPLE across Stourbridge are invited to remember lost loved ones over the festive season and help raise money for the town's Age Concern charity at the same time.
The Waste Management Services PFI Contract was signed between Herefordshire and Worcestershire Councils and Mercia Waste Management Ltd in December 1998 for 25 years as an "integrated solution" for the disposal of all domestic waste in the two counties.
A GOOD Samaritan fighting for normality after years of illness joined up with a charity to get people recycling - and smashed his target of environmentally friendly pledges at the Victorian Christmas Fayre.
MOVE: Stephanie Welton, whose daughter Sarah attends the day care centre in Davies Road, with other parents and users worried about plans to transfer services to Pershore and Evesham library.
Piles of asbestos have been found in three separate locations in and around Bishampton in the last few weeks leaving people concerned.
A BROMSGROVE man was told he was lucky to escape a prison sentence after he shouted racist comments at an off-duty PCSO and had an offensive weapon in a public place.
RESIDENTS have a chance today to find out all about Worcestershire's plans for the future of mineral development in the area with an open day at Bromsgrove District Council offices.
Cllrs Judy Foster and Kurshed Ahmid celebrate the completion of the Co-Op restoration with Dudley store staff, members of the team who worked on the project and Cllr Asif Ahmed.
RESIDENTS across Bromsgrove were doing their good deeds last Thursday , when this year's Day of Kindness took place.
THE saga of Evesham's bridge closure took another turn for the worse this week as traders were told work won't finish until at least the new year.
The break-ins both happened on Tuesday, November 26 and have prompted a warning to homeowners to ensure their properties are secure.
TWENTY people were evacuated from a complex of flats near Tenbury Wells as firefighters from seven stations tackled a large fire.