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3 hrs ago | Harwich and Manningtree Standard
A 19-year-old man with terminal cancer who set up a bucket-list of things to do before he dies has raised more than A 1 million for charity - as he signed off with "a final thumbs-up".
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3 hrs ago | BBC News
Stephen Sutton, 19, from Burntwood, in Staffordshire, was diagnosed with bowel cancer aged 15 and started raising funds for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
4 hrs ago | South End Standard
A LORRY hitting a railway bridge caused a cancellations and delays on the Greater Anglia line from Southend Victoria to London Liverpool Street this morning.
7 hrs ago | Crewe Guardian
CHESHIRE fire chiefs are warning people not to leave e-cigarettes on charge for long periods of time following recent incidents across the UK where devices have exploded.
7 hrs ago | Stourbridgenews.co.uk
Trevor Hollis, targeted various pubs in Stourbridge and Dudley, stealing charity boxes and money from gaming machines, pool tables and juke boxes.
A bungalow fire which killed a 76-year-old woman in Staffordshire was caused by a discarded cigarette, firefighters have revealed.
There have been calls for a young offenders institution to be closed down after inspectors found that inmates were living in "squalid conditions" among the worst ever seen.
Ian Wilson was dismissed from Queen Elizabeth Hospital after an internal investigation suggested he was under-reporting the time patients spent on a heart-lung bypass machine.
An improved layout for visitors with an 'up to date' Burista coffee machine, fresh colours, and stylish new furniture gave the opportunity to help some worthwhile causes.
The men were each sentenced to three-and-a-half years behind bars after a jury found them guilty of a sustained attack on a 23-year-old man with learning difficulties.
Mr Farage, the face of the UK Independence Party, will be speaking at an open public meeting at Dudley Town Hall, St James Road, on Friday April 25 ahead of the forthcoming European elections.
Gerald Mee, who lives in Leek and is well-known for his filming many monumental events, will be showing a number of his edits at The Leek Mayor's Charity Show on Friday, May 16, at The Foxlowe Arts Centre in Leek.
CROWDS flocked to Wythall Transport Museum on Easter Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday to embark on nostalgic bus trips to Birmingham, Henley-in-Arden and around local villages.
The Bournemouth Corporation vehicle is kept at Stoke-on-Trent but was brought back to the town by a group of transport enthusiasts.
Residents claim grass verges and a walkway outside their homes are being damaged by contractors working on a housing development.
TODAY the newly-appointed High Sheriff of Staffordshire, Mrs Ann Fisher, will be walking along the pilgrimage route - Two Saints Way - in order to raise awareness and funds for local Staffordshire community groups.