2 hrs ago
Halesowen and Rowley Regis Conservatives hit back in Turner row
The Hayley Green and Cradley South husband and wife team left the party on Monday before a disciplinary hearing could be held into Cllr Ken Turner 's conduct.
6 hrs ago
James Morris MP column: Why HS2 is so important for our economy
IN this month's column Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris outlines his support for the controversial HS2 rail link.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Festive lights plea for ill Rowley Regis boy
A DEVOTED mum dreams of creating a winter wonderland in the garden of her Rowley Regis home to make Christmas sparkle for her seriously-ill son.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The following appeared at Dudley Magistrates Court between November 25 -29:
Teresa Louise Jeffries, aged 48, of Ulster Drive, Kingswinford, was fined A 110 and disqualified from driving for 18 months for drink driving in Kingswinford on November 1. When tested, she had 82mcgs of alcohol in 100mls of breath.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Black Country Bugle
Rowley School Under 14s, semi-finalists in 1969
THESE lads won't thank us for reminding them and everyone else who sees this but they'll all be approaching sixty by now.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Student voice: Chadsley Adkins with Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris.
A TEENAGE ambassador from a Halesowen school was one of a nationwide team chosen to give pupils a voice on the education system and present their findings to MPs and government advisors in Westminster.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Campaign to save Tenterfields Children's Centre sparks political spat
DITCH campaign has been launched to save Halesowen 's Tenterfields Children's Centre after Dudley Council last week earmarked it for closure.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Multi-million pound extension opened at Rowley Regis school
Classroom boost at Rowley Hall: Oliver Forsyth, aged five, Emily Amos, aged four, Sandwell mayor Linda Horton, headteacher Nicola Stanley, governor Kita Amos, chairman Kevin Morris, head pupils Beth Winup and Alex Hadley, both aged 10. STAFF and pupils at a Rowley Regis school celebrated the official opening of an extension as part of a A 7 million ... (more)
Rowley Regis woman stabbed in jealous frenzy
A JEALOUS ex-lover stabbed a Rowley Regis woman in the stomach during a drunken, emotional frenzy, a court heard.
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Jammie Dodger addict who ate 24 biscuits a day loses 16 STONE and beating the habit
A self-confessed Jammie Dodger addict who munched through 24 biscuits a DAY told today how she lost an incredible 16 STONE after ditching the popular snack.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
a Man who fronted a scam to dump over 400 tons of rubbish on land in Dudley has been locked up.
Alan Priest took out a lease on the site on the Dormston Trading Estate in Burton Road and then allowed lorries to dump their loads of waste on a regular basis.
'Man of straw' jailed for his part in Dudley waste dump racket
A MAN who fronted a scam to dump over 400 tons of rubbish on land in Dudley has been locked up.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
What a waste of money! Black and pink themed art gallery that cost...
What a waste of money! Black and pink themed art gallery that cost 72million to build is forced to close just five years after it opened It opened in the West Midlands with a blaze of publicity, but within weeks it had been dubbed the art world's 'Pink Elephant'.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Heroic firefighters win award for saving baby from Rowley Regis blaze
A HEROIC team of firefighters have been awarded for their bravery in saving a baby from the bedroom of burning home in Rowley Regis .
Black Country Bugle
Remembering 'the Mon on the Monument' on Armistice Day
The firm of Thomas William Lench Ltd., which was based at Ross, Blackheath, produced an inhouse magazine called Excelsior News, and several copies have recently come into our possession, including the Christmas edition for December 1977.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Thousands turn out to pay respects to war dead
There were major services in Halesowen, Cradley Heath , Rowley Regis , Oldbury and Cradley on Sunday featuring the Scouts, Boys Brigade and cadets as well as veterans.
Sandwell Safer Six campaign targets Old Hill youngsters
YOUNGSTERS in Old Hill were greeted by a phalanx of Sandwell Safer Six team members on Friday night warning them about underage drinking.
The following appeared in Dudley Magistrates Court between November 4-8:
Vernice Perry, aged 46, of Olde Hawne Lane, Halesowen, was fined A 100 for harassing a woman in Dudley on June 14. She was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of A 20 and A 300 court costs.
Sat Nov 09, 2013
Black Country Bugle
Forgotten heroes - Three brave brothers-in-arms from Old Hill without a war memorial here
The crux of this tale began 30 years ago when an article appeared in The Bugle in November 1983 under the heading, 'A triple tragedy for Old Hill Family in the First World War.'
Wed Nov 06, 2013
Poppy Day parades and services to honour our fallen heroes
REMEMBRANCE Day parades and services will be held throughout Halesowen , Cradley and Sandwell on Sunday in the annual tribute to fallen heroes who gave their lives in the two world wars and more recent conflicts.