WALSALL residents will soon be walking in a winter wonderland when a number of Christmas events are held across the borough.
PETlovers in Walsall are being urged by a local vets practice to unite and sign a petition forcing manufactures to add a bittering agent to anti-freeze following a spate of deaths.
UPDATE: The telecommunications problem affecting the police 101 number has now been fixed.
WORK on a motorway bridge near Walsall will result in overnight closures for the next six weeks.
AN elderly woman who was found dead following a blaze in her Walsall bungalow has been named.
A disqualified driver who used his van as a 'weapon' and seriously injured a man in a hit-and-run in Brownhills has been jailed for seven years and four months.
PLANS to close eight libraries in Walsall in a bid to save more than 500,000 have gone out to public consultation.
A pensioner who died in a house fire in Walsall has been named as Anne Fowler.
Walsall North MP David Winnick has called the bedroom tax 'hateful' during question time to the Prime Minister.
Spots at Walsall, Bromsgrove and Sutton Coldfield rated as blackspots...
As Edwina Curry goes into the jungle for I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! we ask: Just why do Brummies do so badly on reality TV shows...
CRITICAL healthcare services in Walsall will remain operational when some staff walk out in a dispute over pay next week, bosses have vowed.
A 29-year-old woman died two days after being discharged from hospital following a routine gallstones procedure, an inquest has heard.
Plans to build a major link road between the M54, the M6 and the M6 Toll are to go on show in December.
ORGANISERS of an upcoming Christmas fair at a Walsall church are hoping for the local community to turn out in force.
Campaign to give liquid a bitter taste after a number of pets in region die of kidney failure from swallowing it...
COUNCIL officers are searching for therelatives of a Walsall pensioner who died recently.
SPECIAL allowances for senior councillors will be cut by more than a quarter after plans were given overwhelming backing at a meeting this week.
IT is a multi-million pound development which council officials say will breathe further life into Walsall town centre.
SIGNIFICANT delays of up to four hours in an ambulance arriving at less serious cases is expected across the West Midlands when NHS staff walk out for the second time this year.
Six weeks of overnight closures will hit motorists on the M6 from next week as bridge repairs are carried out.
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If the excitable and somewhat tarnished British media is to be believed, Emily Thornberry has posted the most disgusting, offensive, vile, inhumane and satanic tweet in the short but colourful history of social media...
A few weeks ago, I shared here a mining plan of how workings in the Robbins coal seam under Walsall Wood, Clayhanger and Brownhills affected the railway line above it, showing the coal mine excavations in great detail under the village.
David Evans, very kindly granted access to the archive held by former editor and contributor Brian Stringer, has been assiduously and conscientiously scanning them all.
November 22nd 2014, Walsall Wood v Causeway United away at The Grove, Old Hawne Road - get down there for some great local football.
At 12:50am, Sunday 10th August 2014, there was a hit and run incident in Brownhills West, in which a white van hit two men on the pavement - it caused quite a stir locally as many readers will no doubt recall.
Yet again, this is one of those requests that Walsall Council make periodically, and was issued by the Communication Team at Walsall Council on Friday, November 21st 2014 and I'd like all locals to have a think about it, and if any of you can do so, ...
On Friday 21 November Valerie voted in favour of the Second Reading of the National Health Service (Amended Duties and Powers) Bill in the House of Commons.
I'm a wee bit late with this (for which I apologise, things are a bit hectic of late) but here's some great news from reader and longtime friend of the blog Martin, who writes concerning the Royal British Legion plaque that resurfaced following a ...
It was around 2010 and as depressing conversations with a reporter go this one took quite some beating.
A number of readers have commented about the difficulties they are having due to the road works around Darlaston and Pleck.
On Thursday 20 November 2014, the House of Commons Governance of the House Committee, of which Valerie is a member, heard evidence from Lawrence Ward, Serjeant at Arms, and Robin Fell, Principal Doorkeeper; Oonagh Gay, Senior Library Clerk; Paul ...
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Milder air is now pushing across our area and this is helping create some mist in our area this morning.
The air pressure is reducing and the radar images are clearly showing that there is some rain heading in our direction.
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Walsall manager Dean Smith has spoken to the club's official website following Saturday afternoon's Sky Bet League One victory over Fleetwood Town, and told of his delight at his side's solid away-from-home performance.
Earlier today Walsall made the trip North to take on Fleetwood Town in the latest Sky Bet League One fixture of the season.
Manager Dean Smith hailed “terrific” Walsall after their 1-0 win at Fleetwood Town in League One.
Earlier this afternoon Walsall took on Fleetwood Town in the latest Sky Bet League One match of the season.
Romaine Sawyers got the only goal as Walsall ended Fleetwood Town’s nine month unbeaten home run.
Earlier today, Walsall Football Club's Under 18s side played host to Fleetwood Town in the latest Football League Youth Alliance (North West) fixture of the season.
Later this Walsall Football Club will take on Fleetwood Town in the latest Sky Bet League One fixture of the season.
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Sunday training is on this Sunday 23rd November 2014 in Kidderminster (insert address) £5.00 for the session with Master Vince Farquharson – 2 hour class.
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4,230 football kits have been delivered to FA Charter Standard clubs across the country as part of the new McDonalds sponsorship programme supporting The FA as their official Community Partner.
Wyrley Juniors Football Club are reaping benefits from volunteers within the Football Futures programme.
We are hours away from fight week at Walsall Town Hall with Lee Glover and Lennox Clarke visiting the venue to set the scene.
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- DEAN DELIGHT
- CANDID CAIN
- LIVE COMMENTARY ON SADDLERS PLAYER
- BIRTHDAY BOOST FOR CHAMBERS
- TEAM TALK v FLEETWOOD (A), 22/11/14
- GREAVES HERE IN DECEMBER
- ADMISSION PRICES SET FOR JPT CLASH
- DOWN-ING BEAT
- LE TISSIER HERE IN DECEMBER
- BAKAYOKO LOAN EXTENDED
- BOSS DISAPPOINTED
- WIN FOR YOUNGSTERS
- TEAM TALK v SHREWSBURY (FAC1R), 18/11/14
- CAIN EXTENDS STAY
- WALSALL FC WINTER WONDERLAND
- COOK IN UPBEAT MOOD
- HALF SEASON TICKET 2014/15
- BARGAINS IN THE CLUB SHOP
- SMITH ON STALEMATE
- Winter crisis in A&E: Hospitals declare 'black alerts' as admissions shatter records, but full stats still unpublished
- Benefit changes are killing the vulnerable, say campaigners
- Police investigate claims of slavery in UK fishing fleet
- Rivals should be made to deliver daily, and to any address, Royal Mail tells MPs
- Benefit changes mean a choice of 'eat or heat' for an increasing number of families
- MPs concerned FCO 'let down British torture victims'
- Gordon Brown 'ready to quit as MP at election'
- New powers may let Scotland go it alone after all…
- A major foodbank charity sees no sign of recovery trickling down to the lowest-paid
- Millions of Britons 'only days from the breadline,' claims report
Car giant Jaguar Land Rover is sponsoring the manufacturing category at this year's Birmingham Post Business Awards.
ACCOUNTANCY firm KPMG has announced a partnership with super-car and Formula 1 team owner McLaren Group.
A WARWICKSHIRE automotive supplier has secured a major facilities management contract for Jaguar Land Rovers new £500m Engine Manufacturing Centre near Wolverhampton.
Former Debenhams warehouse conversion branded 'monstrous' by city councillor shows off two new apartments to tempt city dwellers to part with upwards of £275,000...
STAFFORDSHIRE pubco Punch Taverns has warned up to 7,000 jobs could be at risk in the pubs sector following a vote in the Commons on tied pubs.
A WARWICKSHIRE business park has completed at 100% pre-let ten months ahead of its scheduled opening.
GTG Training, in partnership with Finditintheblackcountry, were pleased to host ‘Opportunites for Success’, a breakfast meeting event that celebrated the success of local businesses, introducing them to buyers and suppliers from the Black Country...
THE defeat of the Government in a Commons vote giving tied publicans more control on where to source their beer supplies has been branded an unwelcome development by a West Midlands pubc...
CONSTRUCTION and support services giant Carillion has won a contract to provide facilities management services in public sector prisons, estimated to be worth up to £200m over five years.
Gill Hamer joins body to help spearhead its mission to boost economic growth across two counties...
November 22nd - Despite occasional heavy showers, it was a lovely day.
November 22nd - I had to nip to Aldridge in the afternoon, and on autopilot, rode up the canal, to find it still blocked off for works between Northywood Bridge at the back of Brickyard Road and the Wharf Bridge in Aldridge, between Stubbers Green ...
November 21st - Thank goodness it’s Friday.
November 21st - After rain in the night, I rode past the old bowling green at Oak Park on my way to work, sadly noting that it was starting to flood once more for winter.
November 20th - In Kings Hill Park in Darlaston, there’s a lovely recent sculpture.
20th November - Still clinging on, and looking handsome despite the decay, the mellow, early winter sunshine lit up the Workhouse Guardian’s Office beautifully.
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A Walsall based housing association, Caldmoreaccord, is calling on the local community for donations of unwanted clothes for a new, free clothes bank that it has set up for its customers.
World-class athletes set to inspire young people from Walsall Walsall-based housing association, Caldmoreaccord, is working with The Dame Kelly Holmes Trusts team of world-class athletes to help inspire the next generation with a free mentoring ...
It definitely feels like winter now! November has brought a chill with it, but for those of us who have winter and spring races to complete, training still has to go on.
Acorns Children’s Hospice has launched its Christmas appeal with an ambitious target of raising £60,000 to help meet the ongoing cost of the care it provides.
The new Band Aid single will be revealed to the world on this weekend's X Factor results show.
Mr Grey will see you now, in another trailer of the highly anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey film.
With just over 40 days until Christmas Day, the rush will be on for many families, friends and colleagues across the country to book places for a festive meal or party.
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CCTV captures the moment an articulated lorry does a u-turn on the M6 Toll This shocking footage shows a lorry driver doing a u-turn on the M6 Toll has been released by motorway police after he was given a suspended prison sentence.
Scrapping police cautions could mean a greater focus on ‘restorative’ remedies such as cleaning graffiti.
Vehicle crime is a hot topic here at Walsall Police at the moment, mainly because we’ve seen an increase in vehicle-related crime in many areas of the borough and are focusing a lot of attention on reducing it.
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David Jamieson makes his acceptance speech West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson speaks after the result of the election is announced on 22 August 2014.
Follow up sent to Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council by Mr k Hopkins on 23 November 2014 .
A manhole, probably over a Severn Trent Water sewer, is beginning to collapse on the A4124 Pelsall Road on the Brownhills to Bloxwich section by Becks Bridge, directly outside 107 Pelsall Road.
Response by Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council to Katy Stone on 21 November 2014 .
Request sent to Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council by Jacob Krendel on 21 November 2014 .
Request sent to Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council by Callam Finlay on 21 November 2014 .