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2 hrs ago | Redditch Advertiser
UNION members will be supporting the Save the Alex campaign's candlelit vigil, due to be held tonight outside the Alexandra Hospital.
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6 hrs ago | Bromsgrove Advertiser
Buy this photo Delighted Grimley and Holt head teacher Helen Hoarle with, from left, pupils Bea Rigg, 10, Bella Law, 11, Lexi Humphries, 6, and 10-year-olds Affan Shah, Cameron Pearce and Samantha Fawdrey.
Her owner, 68 year old Roger Wilday, was confused by her behavior and her refusal to come back to him.
A VITAL family support service in Wyre Forest needs to raise A 10,000 before the end of January or face closure, it has emerged.
YES, WE CAN: Caterer Marcus Gardiner, trust chief executive Penny Venables, specialist nurse Lizzy Pearce, recovered cancer patient Gill Gardiner and surgeon Martin Wadley.
Santa and Tinsel the Elf with Joseph, Ollie and Harry Stevens from Church Hill, in Redditch, at Studley Garden Centre.
A RAISED bank is expected to be created off Worcester's Ketch roundabout in a bid to ease the concerns of people left furious about a major project to ease traffic.
Wesley Williams, 29, killed Yvonne Walsh, 25, and seven-month-old Harrison Walsh at their home in Chells Grove, Billesley, West Midlands, some time between 31 May and 2 June.
The 36-year-old artist's Don't Look at That, Look at This! exhibition will be held at the NAC's new gallery space in Northfield Road from 7pm onwards.
HEARTED businessman Geoff Hill has again donated A 1,000 towards this year's Operation Santa Toy Appeal to help underprivileged kids across the borough.
A MAN riding a scooter has sustained serious leg injuries after a collision with a car in Hartlebury, near Kidderminster.
BROMSGROVE Round Table's Christmas Sleigh, annually one of the main features of the town's yuletide celebrations, is beginning its tour tomorrow, December 12. The round table is a group of Bromsgrove businessmen which organises for a sleigh to annually visit Bromsgrove streets, to entertain youngsters.
The festive spirit was alive and well in Stourbridge as more than 600 Santas took part in the 5k sponsored jog in aid of Mary Stevens Hospice.
Malcolm Walford worked at the National Trust-owned Croome Court, near Pershore, for 60 years before his retirement in 1998 and was given the opportunity to plant a gingko bilboa tree in the Temple Greenhouse shrubbery in remembrance of his six decades of service.
An item was placed on top of the camera based on the A449 Wolverhampton Road at Broadwaters then set alight at about 5.49am yesterday.
A FORMER Shuttle reporter who is now based in South Africa has paid tribute to Nelson Mandela, saying he was proud the anti-apartheid icon knew his name.