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A 21-YEAR-OLD man who hit a friend in the face with a bottle in a Stourbridge nightspot after he took offence at a "tasteless joke" has been spared jail.
MORE than 30 jobs have been created with the launch of an infrastructure and groundworks business which has secured deals with national housebuilders in its first three months.
Last week members of Staffordshire Moorlands District Council's planning applications committee gave the go ahead for the development at Lower Newton Farm, Draycott Road, Tean.
Staffordshire County Council has been giving the roads an overhaul between the town centre and the station, including reducing Horse Fair to single lane carriageway.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage MEP issued a rallying call to borough voters ahead of tomorrow's police and crime commissioner election.
FARMERS and owners of woodland in Staffordshire are being asked to join the search for England's most prestigious tree.
A FAMILY who have had a three-decades long association with a Leek pub have given in their notice to quit the premises - blaming new premises in the town for their decision.
We are a family-run business, providing beds, mattresses, carpets and carpet fitting across the Midlands for over 40 years.
341438MH The St James's Road museum will be hosting a free fossil fun day on Saturday August 30 from 10am to 4pm where young and old alike can enjoy activities inspired by an era long lost to history.
POLICE are trying to track down a man who is alleged to have "become aggressive" towards a fellow dog walker in Ashbourne.
Former district council cabinet member for property, Councillor Stephen Ellis, slammed the move as bad for taxpayers across the Moorlands, who he said were being "sold down the river".
A coroner has ruled neglect contributed to the death of an elderly resident in a Leek care home a month after a fall.
Within thirty seconds of the start Gary Fife had an opportunity to score. The ball came to him from a cross by Carl Morris, which was missed by Atherstone's central defenders, but he headed wide with the keeper stranded.
A STONE gardener who has overcome tough odds to turn not only her own garden but her street into a blooming marvel is the winner of the Newsletter's Bloomin Local garden competition.
The incident has led to the closure of the M5 between junctions 13 and 14 Stroud to Thornbury in what the Highways Agency called a "serious incident".
The red, black and white flag was designed by Stourbridge schoolgirl Gracie Shepherd and conceived to to boost the area's image and celebrate its industrial and cultural heritage.
Is your home or business suffering from a pest infestation? From wasps and cockroaches, to fleas, magpies and squirrels, any number of animals can cause problems and are better taken care of than left to damage your property.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 07:25 am
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