STOURBRIDGE bobbies went in front of the cameras when the BBC’s Crimewatch Roadshow hit the town.
A CHERISHED Sons of Rest building in Halesowen is a step closer to becoming owned by local residents.
A DANCE fun day in Halesowen is set to raise funds to help buy a specially trained dog for an autistic boy.
The results for the poll, carried out
by the Alzheimer’s Society, mean that thousands could be struggling in silence – without their families for support…
Four miles of pathways could be upgraded under £1.5m scheme…
THE Only Way Is Essex star Kirk Norcross whipped up a fans frenzy when the reality TV show favourite turned up at Merry Hill to sign copies of his tell-all autobiography.
THERE’S an exciting opportunity to see an exhibition of glass cockerel art at Broadfield House Glass Museum before it ends next month.
AN INTERNATIONALLY renowned photographer who grew up in Lye will visit Dudley Library this week.
AN ancient traveller will be bringing her version of flower power to a summer arts event in Dudley.
BUDDING filmmakers from a Halesowen school have scooped two National Panasonic Film awards for their short documentaries.
A TREASURED photograph of a man enjoying the snow-clad mountains of the Italian Dolomites in 1947 has been found in Halesowen.
CONCERNED residents will be able to quiz Dudley’s new regeneration chief at the next meeing of the Cradley Action Group.
A FORMER Stourbridge teacher who was responsible for 179 pupils being withdrawn from a GCSE has been banned from the country’s classrooms for at least five years for “professional misconduct”.
DUDLEY has a new top cop after the arrival of Inspector Julie Mason to cover the region’s northern sector.
SUPER Stourbridge slimmers shed pounds – and raised a few at the same time.
More Dudley news
Dave King, the manager of the Stourbridge FC Youth Team is inviting applications from prospective players who would like to be considered for trials.
Pete White, Saxons 1st XV scrum half will be running a series of skills sessions for the budding scrum halves of SRFC’s M&J section.
Thank you to players, staff, supporters and sponsors.
Results just in from the TAGB Welsh Championships 19th May 2013 Zemaria Farquharson ( DUDLEY )- Blue Belt Girls Lightweight- GOLD and Tag Team (TRIPLE TROUBLE) – GOLD.
Thoughts are quickly turning to the forthcoming 2013-14 campaign and the following pre-season friendly matches have so far been agreed.
Halesowen Town Ladies FC have today, in the last game of the season, been crowned champions of the Birmingham County Women’s League Division 2 securing promotion.
QUARRY BANK reader Clive Fellows paid us a visit recently and very kindly gave us this photograph of Brierely Hill & Sedgley and District Schoolboys, dating from 1951.
DAMIAN Whitcombe scored twice as Lye Town went some way to making up for the disappointment of missing out on the West Midlands League title with cup success on Monday night.
SEDGLEY White Lion Girls made it through to their second final of the season with a 3-0 win over Kinver Girls in the Under 14s Merit Shield.
Tividale are pleased to announce that with immediate effect James Alexander and Andrew Passmore will be in charge of the youth team.
With funding provided by the Big National Fund from the National Lottery Wollaston Farm Tenants and Residents Association put on their first Big Clean Up.
Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris has taken his campaign for a new Sandwell “super hospital” to the top.
Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, has attended the annual event to welcome the incoming Mayor of Dudley into their role as ‘Volunteering Champion’.
Chris Kelly MP Monday 20 May 2013 Chris Kelly MP Here is a summary of Chris’s activities in the House and around the constituency since the last edition .
Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, has welcomed a £1,000 donation by the family-run Quarry Bank Nisa store to the local Youth Club.
The next River Stour clean-up event will be: Date: Sunday 26th May Time: 10.15 for 10.30 Meet: at the Bagley Street car park (opposite the footpath sign).
James Morris has welcomed the news that plans to expand the car park at Rowley Regis station have been given a green light by Centro.
Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, has backed a call by Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, for the courts to impose the severest-possible penalties against the Oxford gang that exploited young and vulnerable girls.
Speaking in a debate on the Queen’s Speech, James Morris backs efforts to keep the cost of living under control in particular proposals to ensure that energy consumers are put on the cheapest tariff available.
Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, attended a lunch at Stourbridge Stroke Club to mark the Club’s 25th anniversary.
Work will commence on a landmark, £18m Extra Care scheme in Cradley, West Midlands after contracts were signed…
Margot James, MP for Stourbridge, has called for constituents to provide the NHS with feedback on their experiences, both positive and negative, of Russells Hall Hospital.
Margot James has lent her support to Asthma UK’s new campaign, Compare Your Care, aimed at improving asthma care in the local area.
Dudley-based Oakham Research is undertaking a research project for Birmingham YMCA.
Bilston-based Heantun Housing Association Limited has two employment opportunities at its Portland Place premises in Dudley.
A DZG Outreach visit to DMBC's Halesowen Dementia Gateway prompted special memories of members' own pets over the years.
Primate keepers had a surprise when they spotted black howler monkey Aryanna giving birth in her outdoor enclosure.
African warriors hope to conquer Dudley Castle on Bank Holiday Monday when dancers and musicians in full Zulu regalia perform in the courtyard at the heart of DZG .
A CITB Bricklaying trainee is celebrating after triumphing in the regional heat of SkillBuild – the UK’s largest multi-trade competition.
DZGs female tigers, Daseep and Tschuna , proved to be the perfect muse for a talented artist from Essex who has captured the twosome on canvas.
The history of the Black Country’s canal network stretches back to the 18th century, and stories and photographs about our treasured waterways are constantly gracing the pages of the Bugle.
Bird keepers are encouraging visitors to test their flying skills and have roped in Teal the Harris hawk for help.
Meet our newest arrivals a cheeky chimp, called Dudley , and adventurous orang utan , named Lola .
Hallo Everyone, I had a VIP moment a few days ago when Lady Cobham came to visit me.
Care and Early Years students adopted the Harry Moseley charity ‘HelpHarryHelpOthers…
Seventy years ago tonight 19 Lancaster bombers left RAF Scampton for Germany on a foray that changed history the Dambusters raid.
A couple of nocturnal newts gave castle ghost hunters the fright of their life.
prom widefield , a photo by Mark Townley on Flickr.
BIRMINGHAM Airport has proposed a five-point plan to help the aviation sector make best use of its spare capacity and encourage growth across the country.
THE Government should press British companies and organisations with overseas operations to repatriate outsourced jobs from abroad, Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya, founder of WMG at Warwick University, has…
STOURBRIDGE College executive director, Kim Babb, has been elected on to the board of the Dudley Chamber of Commerce.
A commitment to advanced manufacturing and world class design are key to fixing Britain’s economy, according to the chief executive of Jaguar Land Rover.
DESPITE a chronic shortage of people opting for careers in science and engineering, advanced manufacturing could be the UKs economic saviour, the head of Jaguar Land Rover has said.
NATIONAL Express rail subsidiary c2c has been granted a short term contract by the Department for Transport to continue operating services in Essex.
DUDLEY Zoological Gardens’ chief executive, Peter Suddock, has scooped a top business accolade in the West Midlands Institute of Directors’ (IoD) annual awards.
WEST Midlands Conservative MEP Philip Bradbourn has welcomed a report, commissioned by Birmingham Airport, as part of its response to the Airports Commission.
Severn Trent has rejected a takeover approach from an overseas consortium, saying the proposal “completely fails” to recognise the water company’s value.
CHILTERN Railways is launching a refreshed timetable, giving Sunday afternoon travellers more options when travelling to and from the capital.
THE row over new “skimpy” uniforms for Virgin Trains staff could escalate into a strike.
OFFICERS from the Quarry Bank and Dudley Wood neighbourhood policing teams have been granted a dispersal order to help tackle anti-social behaviour…
POLICE across the north of the borough have welcomed the arrival of a new inspector following the appointment of Inspector Julie Mason.
TABLES will be turned as a top cop is interrogated by the public next week under the social media spotlight.
WEST Midlands Police is backing a national campaign to raise awareness of…
FORECOURT Watch has seen fuel thefts plummet across Brierley Hill since the initiative was launched in March.
OFFICERS from West Midlands Police are set to launch a new West Midlands Police Sikh Association.
PUP Idol is back?hellip;and this time we?rsquo;re searching for West Midlands Police?rsquo;s star Spaniel! Three…
Very large on carriageway before junction on inbound route t town Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Hagley Road, Stourbridge Report on FixMyStreet…
Fun activities at Sycamore Adventure during half term afternoons eg. group games, campfires, craft activities.Dudley Council: PR (via Twitter) 21 May
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Prime Minister David Cameron has praised Dudley’s approach to caring for people with dementia.
See what activities are coming up at Wren’s Nest nature reserve…
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