The proposed housing development at Fernhill Heath. SP
DEVELOPER David Wilson Homes, has submitted an official planning application to redevelop the Worcester Hunt Kennels site in Fernhill Heath, into 88 homes.
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Woman charged with conspiracy to burgle string of homes, including in ...
A woman has been charged with conspiracy to burgle addresses, including in Redhill, in connection with a string of incidents involving Asian gold.
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According to research joining a Rock Choir group can help boost people's mental health and wellbeing, while reducing snoring.
the End? The Berwick Arms in Bath Road, Worcester, could be turned into flats
A CAMPAIGN to save more historic Worcester pubs has kicked off - amid fears far too many have fallen by the wayside.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Vintage Fair Returns to City Museum
THE City Museum and Art Gallery on Foregate Street is to play host to another vintage and craft fair by the organiser of the popular Worcester Flea.
Loan sharks fund football project at Worcester community centre
In the match on Saturday, February 22, as part of Worcester Community Trust's Community Fete, youth members from the Horizon Centre, in Midland Road, battled it out in a penalty shoot out against the England Illegal Money Leading Team's mascot, Glenda the Lender.
Nearly 10,000 homes at risk of flooding in Worcestershire
A new flood risk map reveals how large parts of the county - especially homes in south Worcestershire - are still highly vulnerable to dangerously high river levels.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Flood expert Mary Dhonau demands more action from David Cameron on flooding
Meeting local business owners. A FLOOD guru has written an open letter to the Prime Minister about the perils of flooding and has demanded he do more to help victims.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Appeal for information on Worcester soldier who died in the First World War
AS THE centenary of the First World War approaches, an appeal has been made to track down descendants of a Worcester soldier who gave his life for his country.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
EIGHT cars and a van were set alight in the Warndon area of Worcester last night.
EIGHT cars and a van were set alight in the Warndon area of Worcester in a suspected arson attack last night.
Give us guarantees over protecting sites like this, says former Worcester Mayor
A FORMER Mayor of Worcester says people have been left "angry and concerned" about the future of a popular city beauty spot - and is pleading for a reprieve.
New supermarket would be a good thing for the area - salon business
Samantha Lewis, salon owner Hayleigh Parrish and Emma Harris from Elvissa Hair and Beauty in Barbourne, Worcester who believe plans for a Sainsbury's Local store opposite their business is a good thing.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Thousands more train passengers using Worcester's stations
THE number of train passengers getting on or off at Worcester's two railway stations has increased by 170,000 in the past year.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Benefit fraudster in Droitwich failed to declare her marriage
A WOMAN falsely claimed almost A 50,000 in benefits after she failed to declare she had got married and was living with her husband.
Smash closes major road into Kidderminster
A PENSIONER died after the van he was driving collided with an oil tanker and became stuck underneath it on a main road into Kidderminster.
Join in the jig at O'Neill's for St Patrick's Day
Worcester O'Neills pub St Patrick's Day fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Worcester City Council sets 2014/15 budget - what it means for you
COUNCIL tax rises of nearly two per cent have finally been confirmed for households across Worcester - as well as controversial car parking hikes.
Energy workers cycle around Midlands for cancer charity
As one of 10 '10 for 10' fundraising events to mark the anniversary between npower and the cancer care charity, seven cyclists rode out on the 62-mile round trip from the company's Oldbury offices visiting its Worcester and Solihull bases.
Person hit by train at Charlbury
Rail operator First Great Western has suspended its services between Oxford and Worcester Shrub Hill due to the incident and replacement buses are being arranged for passengers.
Tributes paid to councillor
Cllr McDonald, who was an executive board member for economy, regeneration and flooding and ward member for Fladbury, is said to have died peacefully aged 79 at St Richards Hospice in Worcester.