A BUS has collided with a car, causing traffic chaos in Walsall.
A chemical tanker overturned in Cannock today, forcing the closure of a stretch of the A5 near the M6 Toll and triggering major delays.
CALLOUS thieves stole a Sutton Coldfield cycling lover's beloved bicycle at a petrol station while he waited for his change.
CALLOUS thieves stole a cycling lover's beloved bicycle at a Walsall petrol station while he waited for his change.
A BROKEN down HGV lorry is blocking a motorway lane in Walsall.
A man gave police a hard drive and memory stick containing thousands of indecent pictures of young boys after discovering that officers had raided his home.
A BLAZE that set approximately 50 bales of hay alight in Walsall is believed to be arson, the fire service has confirmed.
Here is the latest forecast for the next five days from the Met Office along with the long-range outlook for the UK.
POLICE say they are 'concerned for the welfare' of a missing Walsall teenager.
A man who was filmed dumping household waste at a site plagued by fly-tipping has been banned from driving and ordered to pay more than £1,700.
A LOCAL university has praised a Walsall graduate who won a World Athletics Championships medal in Beijing.
A MAN who had been declared missing after last being spotted at work in Walsall has been found in London, West Midlands Police have confirmed.
A FLY TIPPER who was caught on camera dumping household waste has been banned from driving and ordered to pay over 1,500.
A second protest is being planned calling for an entry slip road to a motorway junction to be reopened.
AN UNHYGIENIC Walsall care home that 'compromises people's privacy and dignity' has been placed into special measures by inspectors.
Cash-strapped authority reveals massive cost of dumped rubbish...
Tips could soon be open all week in Walsall due a rise in fly-tipping across the borough.
Hundreds of Bank Holiday shoppers were evacuated from Ikea near Walsall after the store reported 'technical issues'.
Hundreds of shoppers were evacuated from Ikea in Wednesbury today after steam from the kitchen set off an alarm.
A LOVING mother whose twins were born at Walsall Manor took part in a daring charity challenge to show her gratitude to the hospital.
A PAIR of long lost brothers with a love for music reunited last week after years apart to perform at venues across Walsall.
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This is important folks - from next Monday (7th September 2015) Ogley Road at it's junction with High Street, Brownhills just by the old Warreners Arms will be partially closed for gas main works.
Can I please ask readers to be on the lookout for the above Santa Cruz Nomad bike, stolen from the Shell petrol station on Northgate at around 5:45pm on Thursday, 20th August 2015? 2 Continue reading →...
During August Walsall Council has been carrying out a consultation about how you would want your fortnightly rubbish collection to be run.
The Police confiscated a second quad bike in Rough Wood Bank Holiday Monday afternoon following complaints from residents.
It is foolish to wish your life away but, on current form, I wish this coming Wednesday was September 23rd when the mighty Chelsea Football Club travel to Walsall...
It was a wet and dull Bank holiday Monday, but the football was bright and entertaining as Boldmere St.
We're doing much better than I had expected but have a fair way to go.
On the advice of Brownhills Bob I took the tribe to see New Hall Mill this morning.
Willenhall North Neighbourhood Police Team dropped into the Lib Dem Thursday Advice Surgery for our regular update meeting……..
Talking with residents on both the Broadway Estate and Coppice Farm the topic of conversation turned to weeds in gutters and along pavements.
New Hall Mill is open again this Monday for their Arts and Crafts Day and I can heartily recommend the place - It's fascinating and I had a great time there on Spring Bank Holiday Monday - not enough people know about this wonderful building.
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The Daw End Branch of the Wyrley and Essington Canal in Aldridge, Walsall, West Midlands. The extension was created after an act received Royal Assent in 1774 to extend the canal to the Hay Head Limeworks
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Today sees many schools open their doors to pupils for the new academic year.
Today, 1 September 2015, sees the first day of the meteorological autumn although the astronomical autumn (the day of the equinox) is not until the 23 September.
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It’s a very sad fact that unfortunately in the UK each year, over 3,100 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer.
What a brilliant launch at Pelsall tonight – massive well done to everyone that turned up and had a go you did a great job and sound really strong already! Big thanks also to our Streetly choir members for coming along and helping out you ...
As many of you know I’ve been following the Slimming World plan for just over a year now using the food optimising techniques day in and day out to help me with my weight loss.
The second part in my ‘Word Games’ series for Shangri-La at Glastonbury this year employed the wonderful simulated factory-shutters – or lenticular, to give it its loosely technical term.
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Its only been two weeks since our last festival but selecting stock, loading Gilbert packing for a week away feels like a daunting task.
Walsall Football Club's Under 18s side will be in Midland Youth Cup action as they take on Burton Albion in Round 1 of the 2015/16 running of the competition.
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Walsall midfielder Sam Mantom has been named among the nominees for the Sky Bet League 1 Player of the Month for August following a successful start to the 2015/16 campaign.
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TEAM DUDLEY 5DARLASTON TOWN 0DARLASTON suffered their first defeat in 9 games with a dismal first half display at The Dell.
STOURBRIDGE 2 RUSHALL OLYMPIC 2Evo-Stik Northern League Premier DivisionJACK Duggan's 89th minute equaliser at Stourbridge on Bank Holiday Monday ensured a third draw in the last four league games for Rushall.
Tickets for England's the upcoming Futsal International against Poland are now on sale.
From Season 2015-16, discipline penalty points will cease to exist and instead will be replaced with Respect sanctions and poor discipline record sanctions across all levels of football.
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- TICKET INFORMATION: CHELSEA (H)
- SMITH AND MANTOM UP FOR AUGUST AWARDS
- MORECAMBE 2-0 WALSALL: MATCH REPORT
- SAWYERS: PROFESSIONALISM IS KEY
- BARRY STEELE AS ROY ORBISON AT THE BANKS'S STADIUM THIS MONTH
- SMITH: "WE'LL HAVE TO BE AT OUR BEST"
- MORECAMBE VS. WALSALL: MATCH PREVIEW
- SMITH: FIRST GOAL WAS CRUCIAL
- BLACKPOOL 0-4 WALSALL: MATCH REPORT
- BOSS STILL LOOKING TO RECRUIT
- INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL AT THE BANKS'S TONIGHT
- LALKOVIC: BLACKPOOL WILL BE "ONE OF OUR HARDEST GAMES SO FAR"
- COMMUNITY: WALSALL & COVENTRY SPAN GENERATION GAP
- SMITH: WE WON'T BE DISTRACTED
- BLACKPOOL VS. WALSALL: MATCH PREVIEW
- HENRY ENJOYING LIFE IN THE FIRST-TEAM
- TICKET UPDATE: BLACKPOOL (A)
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DEVELOPER St Modwen is to refurbish its Innovation Centre building in Birminghams Longbridge in response to a high level of demand from occupiers.
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MANUFACTURERS are increasing their vigilance in key markets in light of growing risks and uncertainty in the global economy, according to a new survey.
GAPS in the funding ladder could be preventing medium-sized businesses in the West Midlands from realising their growth ambitions, according to a new report.
LAND ROVER has delivered a fleet of 450 vehicles to support the Rugby World Cup 2015, which starts next month.
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colbyxdeltoro:Colby sat against the far wall, doing what? Not even she was sure what she was doing,…Josh Williams' Pictures 2 Sep
colbyxdeltoro : Colby sat against the far wall, doing what? Not even she was sure what she was doing, but she was enjoying the show nonetheless.
A text from Gareth this morning to say that a lot of stuff has cleared out of the Marsh.
0930 - 1130 generally overcast after torrential overnight rain, 15c.
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I have just had a wonderful two weeks under canvas in Cornwall and Devon.
A dedicated fundraiser was inspired to complete a gruelling 200-mile trek in just two weeks in memory of one of the ‘bravest’ people she knew.
JULIAN Clary is marking a milestone 30 years as a camp comedian with a brand-new touring show called The Joy of Mincing.
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The vital work of a local charity was highlighted as the Mayor of Stourport-on-Severn paid a recent visit to Acorns Children’s Hospice.
A long-standing fundraiser has raised an impressive £933.49 for Acorns Children’s Hospice thanks to a bingo night.
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Police have arrested a man after a stolen vehicle was ‘stung’ in Great Barr this morning (27 August).
Police in Walsall are searching for missing man Robert Elwell.
Detectives investigating the death of Susan Whiting have charged a man and a woman with her murder.
Detectives searching for missing Walsall woman Susan Whiting have found a body at a house in Walsall.
Walsall Police are growing increasingly concerned for the safety of a missing disabled woman.
A man who fly tipped household waste and was caught on camera has been banned from driving and ordered to pay £1,762.59.
This car constantly clocks this part of the pavement Report on FixMyStreet...
This car constantly blocks this foot path during the day.
Open junction box, been like this for months Report on FixMyStreet...
Lorries constantly causing narrowing of foot path by parking half on this foot path.