13 hrs ago
Winds batter Worcestershire but the best is still to come
TREES were uprooted across the county today as winds battered Worcestershire leaving people fearing the worst for the weather during the Bank Holiday weekend.
21 hrs ago
Stay calm after Woolwich killing
A MUSLIM leader, an MP and a former Army officer have all appealed for calm, restraint and tolerance after a serving soldier was hacked to death in broad daylight by suspected Islamic terrorists.
Thu May 23, 2013
THERE'S plenty of food for thought for people planning activities this bank holiday weekend.
Local food and drink will the order of the day for the third Great Malvern Food Festival on Saturday, when the town centre will be filled with tempting smells and flavours from 10am to 5pm.
Man pleads guilty to killing Worcester man Andrew Heath
A MAN has pleaded guilty to killing Andrew Heath by starting a fire at his Worcester home in December 2011.
a a 40,000 bill for church demolition
THE cost of demolishing an iconic church at the heart of Ronkswood in Worcester could be up to A 40,000, a public meeting was told.
Wed May 22, 2013
D-Day nearing over police base building closures
POLICE and crime commissioner Bill Longmore has paid tribute to Worcestershire's voluntary groups - saying they are vital in shaping the future amid imminent building closures.
Child murderer gagging order lifted
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.
Worcester-Birmingham rail services disrupted by cable thieves
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.
Man wanted to bite noses off police officers
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.
Mum lost leg in cycling horror
SO BRAVE: 37-year-old mother-of two Sarah Matthews suffered devastating injuries when she was hit by a lorry in The Tything, Photograph taken by John Anyon.
Tue May 21, 2013
Man charged with attempted murder after Worcester attack
A WORCESTER man has been charged with attempted murder and Grievous Bodily Harm with intent following a double city knife attack.
Sun May 19, 2013
Create five days of meals with 20 ingredients
Use a microwave-safe bowl or mug to scramble eggs for a quick, convenient breakfast or snack.
Thu May 16, 2013
What will the new council leadership focus on?
FOR the last three years council tax has been frozen at Worcester City Council, against the wishes of the Labour Party.
Tue May 14, 2013
Road rage abuse after pub session
A "ROAD rage" motorist was found to be twice the drink-drive limit after his victim called police about his behaviour.
Witnesses tell of Worcester fireball horror after man sets himself...
Witnesses tell of Worcester fireball horror after man sets himself alight in street.
Mon May 13, 2013
Man on fire in Worcester suffered serious burns
A MAN who was reportedly on fire outside a Worcester pub yesterday had to be flown to hospital suffering serious burns.
Sun May 12, 2013
Claudia's a winner
Buy this photo Claudia, left, is pictured with her sister Isabelle, six, and Lizzie Millward, of Little Ginger Pig Cafe, holding the winning entry.
a Four-year-old girl was handed a goodie bag of treats after winning a colouring competition.
Claudia Goodger, of Malvern, was presented with her prize at the Little Ginger Pig Cafe in Worcester Art Gallery and Museum.
Sat May 11, 2013
A Celtic Capybara?? I Don't Think So
"Reading through some correspondence tonight reminded me of the time when I received an interesting letter from one longstanding correspondent, Miss Lorna Lloyd of Worcester, England, describing the head of a strange animal mounted as a trophy on a shield, and seen in an antique shop in London's famous Portobello Road.