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2 hrs ago | BBC News
One man was arrested following the disorder in Wolverhampton city centre, which was briefly "locked down" by armed officers Saturday night.
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6 hrs ago | Dudleynews.co.uk
The former cycling star will attempt to demonstrate the benefits of laughter in Mary Stevens Park on Sunday May 4 which coincides with World Laughter Day.
10 hrs ago | Black Country Bugle
The office at Bakers boot factory, Wolverhampton, in the early 1930s. Arthur Cooper sits at his desk on the left Another early 1930s Bakers party at the Star and Garter Hotel with the mayor and mayoress of Wolverhampton in attendance LYN Atkins of Tipton read the story in our March 13 edition on the well-known Wolverhampton boot-making firm Baker's ... (more)
15 hrs ago | Ealing Times
One man was arrested following the disorder in the Lichfield Street area of Wolverhampton, which was briefly "locked down" by armed officers last night.
High Peak Borough Council leader Cllr Caitlin Bisknell presenting Elaine Issa with funding for her Buxton parents group Significant.
A FAMILY stands outside their village homestead and benignly smiles as the cameraman takes a picture destined to become part of a council archive.
UKIP deputy leader Paul Nuttall is reassuring Stoke-on-Trent voters that this year's candidates in the European elections will stay loyal to the party.
It was previously held at Stourbridge's rugby club, but the bigger Wassell Grove site can accommodate up to 3,000 fans and overnight camping.
HERE is an unusual piece of Black Country memorabilia, a patent drawn up in April 1896 for a new type of floating fort designed by a retired major-general who lived in Stourbridge.
Three people have been charged in connection with an attack in which a woman was doused in high strength cleaning fluid on her doorstep.
Stafford-based Ruth Allen is the latest artist to be displaying work at the gallery at Spout Coffee Shop in Leek.
Prime Minister David Cameron has donated a bottle of House of Commons whisky to a Leek man to help his fund-raising efforts for a new war memorial.
OLD soldiers marked the centenary of start of the First World War by walking 10 miles to the cenotaphs in Stoke-on-Trent's six towns.
Last Wednesday, over 100 students and staff from St Anne's Primary School, Buxton Community School, St Thomas More School and Buxton and Leek College cleaned the railings around the Pavilion Gardens.
FORMER King Edwards College student Anna Floy is preparing for a summer expedition to Zambia after being selected by the Voluntary Services Overseas to take part in their ICS young people's programme.
A DERBYSHIRE firm of independent financial advisers is expanding by taking on the work of a retiring practitioner in Ashbourne.
A motorcyclist killed in a pile-up caused by a lorry blow-out on the M6 was travelling at almost 30 miles per hour over the national speed limit, an inquest heard.