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a Stourbridge woman died due to a rare complication during surgery, an inquest heard.
Diane Weston, aged 73, of Windsor Road, had elected to have spinal surgery to eliminate pain caused by a trapped nerve and protruding disc.
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Stourbridge artist set for London exhibition this summer
STOURBRIDGE artist Dean Melbourne is hoping to create a major impression when staging a one-man exhibition of his work in London this summer.
Wed Apr 23, 2014
Work set to start on A 5m Stourbridge college revamp
WORK is set to start on refurbishing the Stourbridge campus of Birmingham Metropolitan College in Hagley Road which is expected to cost within the region of A 5million.
Stourbridge News: Halfpenny Green Airport
SOUTH Staffordshire MP Gavin Williamson has branded a proposal to promote tourism by using 16-seater planes to fly wealthy visitors into Halfpenny Green Airport as completely bonkers.
Stourbridge News: Dave Francis Williams and Jordan Smith prepare for An Evening With Fawlty Towers.
The trials and tribulations of hotel owner Basil Fawlty, played by John Cleese, were wildly popular when first aired on BBC in the 1970s and the sitcom has been voted Britain's favourite comedy.
Brierley Hill gears up for St George's Day fun
BRIERLEY Hill will be bustling with activity this Saturday when the town hosts the borough's official St George's Day celebrations.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Tale of town war nurse to be told in new book
THE story of a Uttoxeter woman who volunteered as a nurse in World War One before dying at aged just 23 is set to feature in a new book.
a Serial burglar who carried out raids on Black Country pubs has been put behind bars.
Trevor Hollis, targeted various pubs in Stourbridge and Dudley, stealing charity boxes and money from gaming machines, pool tables and juke boxes.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Laughter yoga sessions set to raise smiles in Stourbridge park
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.
Stourbridge News: SUPPORT: The Bishop of Worcester, the Rt Rev John Inge.
THE head of the Church of England in Dudley has focused on the missing Malaysian airliner for his Easter message.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
TICKET sales are hotting up for the first two-day blues festival to be held in Halesowen.
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.
Stourbridge News: Dogmobile coming to St Albans
DOG owners living in Dudley Council 's high rise flats can book their pet in for a free health check, courtesy of the PDSA.
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Plans for a floating fort by Major-General Sir John Frederick Crease
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.
Stourbridge vintage fair returns
HUNDREDS of people flock to Stourbridge's bi-monthly vintage fair and organisers hope May's event will be no exception.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Stourbridge News: Big Top returns to Hagley next week
JOHN Lawson's all-human circus will be appearing at Webbs Garden Centre in West Hagley over the Easter school holidays.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Former Stourbridge student prepares for summer expedition to Zambia
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.
Bank's community fund launch brings cheer to Stourbridge
Brian Cartwright, commercial senior manager; Nicola Hartland, customer service assistant; Beverley Hassan, customer service assistant; and Lawrence Breese, personal banking advisor; with Pedmore Panthers cheerleaders.
Stourbridge News: Pub near Kingswinford to re-open after 325,000 makeover
The pub, formerly known as the Old Bush, is situated on Swindon Road and has been closed for the past seven weeks while work has taken place.
Stourbridge News: INQUEST: Coroner hears details of cycle tragedy
STOURBRIDGE cyclists can put themselves through their paces and pick up a top prize in the process as part of the Ed Clancy Challenge which is being organised through motor dealership Trust Group UK.
Stourbridge News: L-r: Rob Chandler, Ed Cook and Greg McArthur.
The lucky trio were picked after showing off their skills at a special selection camp, near Cannock Wood last December.