Cops believe missing teen may be in Dudley

Cotswold Journal: Missing teenager Jacob Butler

4:06pm Thursday 24th April 2014

POLICE hunting a missing 13-year-old boy say he may be staying in the Dudley area.

Rare surgery complication led to a Stourbridge woman's death

3:51pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A STOURBRIDGE woman died due to a rare complication during surgery, an inquest heard.

Halesowen Elvis impersonator preparing for Kidderminster show

Cotswold Journal: Jailhouse Rock - Mark Summers

2:53pm Thursday 24th April 2014

HALESOWEN Elvis Presley impersonator Mark Summers is set to leave Kidderminster all shook up this weekend.

Dudley air cadets celebrate after winning top fieldcraft comp

Cotswold Journal: left to right Adam Priest, Peter Aksentis, Benjamin Chambers, Samuel Wooldridge, Rhys Morgan, Ashley Farrant, Luke Adams and James Clayton, holding their winning certificates

3:48pm Thursday 24th April 2014

DUDLEY air cadets are celebrating after winning top honours in a gruelling competition at a four-day West Mercian Wing camp.

Stourbridge artist set for London exhibition this summer

Cotswold Journal: Dean Melbourne

11:52am Thursday 24th April 2014

STOURBRIDGE artist Dean Melbourne is hoping to create a major impression when staging a one-man exhibition of his work in London this summer.

Man walks free from court despite attacking ex and trashing her Brierley Hill home

Cotswold Journal: Some 406,000 out-of-court disposals were handed out in 2011, a third of all offences brought to justice

2:24pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A MAN who attacked his former girlfriend twice in a week before trashing her Brierley Hill home has walked free from court.

Arson attack on derelict house in Stourbridge

Cotswold Journal: A firefighter at the scene. Picture by @Stourbridgefire

11:46am Thursday 24th April 2014

A BLAZE at a derelict house in Stourbridge is being treated as arson.

Hundreds turn up to audition for X Factor in Dudley

Cotswold Journal: X Factor hopefuls in Dudley.

11:29am Thursday 24th April 2014

HUNDREDS of hopefuls flocked to Dudley to audition for the popular TV talent show, the X Factor.

Call for action on old Stourbridge school site

Cotswold Journal: The old Longlands School site, from Brook Street. Buy photo: 171413M

9:00am Thursday 24th April 2014

RESIDENTS living near a mothballed old school and college site in Stourbridge’s Old Quarter are calling for action in the wake of latest vandal attacks.

Black Country venue boss calls for musicians to support region's big day

Cotswold Journal: Black Country venue boss calls for musicians to support region's big day

9:00am Thursday 24th April 2014

A BLACK Country venue owner is calling for musicians from the region to raise the roof and charity cash.

Dudley to host free music festival this weekend

8:31am Thursday 24th April 2014

DUDLEY town centre is set to be packed this weekend for a free music festival headlined by a global star.

Borough health award to be created in memory of tragic Stourbridge GP

Cotswold Journal: Dr Liz Pope

8:00am Thursday 24th April 2014

A BOROUGH health award is to be created in memory of tragic Stourbridge GP Dr Liz Pope in memory of her work to improve the public’s health across Dudley.

Families offered free travel advice as an enticement to give up cars

6:08am Thursday 24th April 2014

HUNDREDS of families living in Cradley Heath and Blackheath are being offered free expert travel advice to get them to swap their cars for alternative transport.

Drop in A&E admissions due to violence

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7:32pm Thursday 24th April 2014

THE amount of people admitted to A&E in Worcestershire due to assault almost halved from 166 in 2012 to 93 last year.

Drop in A&E admissions due to violence

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7:31pm Thursday 24th April 2014

THE amount of people admitted to A&E in Worcestershire due to assault almost halved from 166 in 2012 to 93 last year.

Drop in A&E admissions due to violence

Cotswold Journal: (4775600)

7:31pm Thursday 24th April 2014

THE amount of people admitted to A&E in Worcestershire due to assault almost halved from 166 in 2012 to 93 last year.

Drop in A&E admissions due to violence

Cotswold Journal: (4775600)

7:31pm Thursday 24th April 2014

THE amount of people admitted to A&E in Worcestershire due to assault almost halved from 166 in 2012 to 93 last year.

Meet Malvern Gazette reporter Rob at Malvern library

Cotswold Journal: Robert Hale

6:44pm Thursday 24th April 2014

MALVERN Gazette reporter Rob Hale will be at Malvern library from 10am to 2pm tomorrow (Friday).

Alternative link road routes "not suitable", inquiry hears

6:01pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A NUMBER of alternative routes for a city centre link road were "not suitable", a public inquiry heard last week.

Young badminton star brings home bronze from national champs

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5:53pm Thursday 24th April 2014

BADMINTON prodigy Chad Warren has become the first player from Herefordshire to win a medal at the under-11 National Championships.

Accused claims he was jogging when terrifying lorry hijack took place

5:50pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A BIRMINGHAM man accused of taking part in the ambush of a cash truck at Hopwood services, carrying £435,000 has claimed he was jogging in a nearby park when the raid took place.

Have your say on Warwickshire's boundaries

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5:27pm Thursday 24th April 2014

PEOPLE are being asked their views on a new pattern of electoral divisions for Warwickshire County Council.

Giffords Circus brings new tour to the Cotswolds

5:11pm Thursday 24th April 2014

GIFFORDS Circus is returning to the Cotswolds next month with its new tour, The Thunders.

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Cotswold Journal: Liz Tucker, from Select Food, will be presenting two seminars in Lyonshall.

4:56pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A FOOD regulation seminar is to be held in Lyonshall.

St George's Day parade plans for Stourport

Cotswold Journal: Wirral celebrates St George's Day

4:47pm Thursday 24th April 2014

SCOUTS and Guides will parade through Stourport to mark St George's Day.

Ducklings brighten up St Richard's Hospice

Cotswold Journal: Senior healthcare assistant Lisa Laurie with the ducklings. SP

4:39pm Thursday 24th April 2014

STAFF at St Richard’s Hospice can tell spring is well and truly here, with the arrival of two ducks and approximately 20 ducklings in the central courtyard.

It's not unusual - Madley youngster wins £200

Cotswold Journal: Erin Capel with Hereford branch manager Kelvin Morris and Delilah.

4:38pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A MADLEY girl has won £200 in a building society account after choosing the name of its mascot.

Leominster business event great success for chamber of commerce and local businesses

Cotswold Journal: Joanie Roberts, area relationship manager for Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce (Left) and Dorinda Watkins, director at Black Mountain Mineral Water Company Ltd.

4:08pm Thursday 24th April 2014

BUSINESS was the buzz word at an event in Leominster earlier this month.

Bromsgrove business joins Worcestershire Wildlife Trust

Cotswold Journal: Marketing and sales director of Controlaccount Paul Husband, business development officer of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust Delia Shannon and founder and chairman of Contolaccount Graham Ball

4:00pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A CREDIT management and debt recovery firm from Bromsgrove has become the latest corporate member of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.

Alcester celebrates St. George's Day with town parade

Cotswold Journal: James Green slaying the dragon. Buy this photo BMM181401 at redditchadvertiser.co.uk/pictures or call 01527 889027.

4:00pm Thursday 24th April 2014

THE people of Alcester made sure they took precautions against a rather large dragon that visited the town as part of it's first ever St. George's Day Parade.

Leominster community food larder running out of provisions

Cotswold Journal: Facebook Winter Special Offer

3:32pm Thursday 24th April 2014

LEOMINSTER'S community food larder is running out of provisions.

Elgar's music to feature heavily during BBC Proms 2014

3:25pm Thursday 24th April 2014

THE BBC's annual celebration of classical music comes with a healthy dose of Elgar this year.

Residents warned of telephone scam

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3:09pm Thursday 24th April 2014

VALE residents are being warned about a scam that can allow fraudsters to gain access to their computer.

Short film details ambulance service's transformation

2:50pm Thursday 24th April 2014

WITH all elements of healthcare facing significant change the West Midlands’ ambulance service has released a short film detailing its past, present and future.

Revellers celebrate St George's Day

Cotswold Journal: CELEBRATIONS: Lisa Smith, Christine Harborne, David Harborne and Joanne Harborne celebrating St George's Day

2:41pm Thursday 24th April 2014

REVELLERS got into the patriotic spirit- and costumes- and celebrated St George's Day this week.

Breaking news Crucial talks in USA over Herefordshire university plan

2:35pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A progressive and highly rated US university could be a key partner in the University of Herefordshire project

Live final offers festival appearance prize

2:21pm Thursday 24th April 2014

THREE acts will be going head-to-head in a live final to secure a slot at a unique family festival.

Live final offers festival appearance prize

2:21pm Thursday 24th April 2014

THREE acts will be going head-to-head in a live final to secure a slot at a unique family festival.

Vale business woman wants support for latest venture

Cotswold Journal: Angela Hayden, who recently launched Top Dogs online, at Crufts with TV personality Amanda Holden.

2:02pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A VALE business owner who was forced to close her gift shop in Evesham after just three months has created a new online company selling products for man's best friend.

Ludlow jobs fair

Cotswold Journal: Sarah Gren and Sarah Noakes of Shropshire Housing at the jobs fair.

1:36pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A JOBS fair in Ludlow enabled employers to make contact with people looking for a job.

Help author get started

Cotswold Journal: Sarah Bates

1:20pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A REDDITCH author has entered herself into a national publishing competition to become Britain’s next bestseller.

Open day and new eqipment for Doitwich Golf Club

1:20pm Thursday 24th April 2014

DROITWICH Golf Club has invested more than £250,000 in new equipment to maintain the greens and fairways.

Annual Ludlow Town Meeting to take place

Cotswold Journal: The annual Ludlow Town Meeting will take place on Monday.

12:41pm Thursday 24th April 2014

THE annual Ludlow Town Meeting will take place at the end of this month.

Debenhams looking for "local hero" to open new Hereford store

Cotswold Journal: Debenhams is searching for a "local hero" to open its store in Hereford.

12:56pm Thursday 24th April 2014

DEBENHAMS want a "local hero" to open its new store in Hereford next week.

Barnt Green butcher cooks opposition in national burger competition

12:31pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A BARNT GREEN based butcher has made it through to the final of a national burger competition giving the company the chance to put the area on the map as the home of ‘England’s Best Burger’.

Commercial Feature: Macmillan Night In

Cotswold Journal: Macmillan Night In

12:30pm Thursday 24th April 2014

On Friday 16th May, friends in Worcester will be swapping a night out on the town for a Night In with their favourite people – all in the name of Macmillan Cancer Support.

Revised plans for second Leominster superstore to be submitted

Cotswold Journal: This is the site of the proposed Southern Avenue superstore, currently occupied by Thomas Panels and Profiles.

12:19pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A SECOND revised application for a Leominster superstore – turned down in January – is ready to be submitted.

Charity triathlon returns to Ragley Hall

Cotswold Journal: A triathlon competitor working up a sweat (photo by Mike Adams)

12:15pm Thursday 24th April 2014

ONE of the toughest middle distance triathlons that can be taken on is returning to Ragley Hall.

Karndean Designflooring brings new hope for Worcester charity’s multi-sensory room

Cotswold Journal: Back – left to right – Steven Bickley, commercial business manager, Karndean Designflooring, Richard Tanner, RT Floors, Ethan Roberts, aged 11, Jean Wilson, founder of New Hope and Charlie Lewis, aged 8.

12:13pm Thursday 24th April 2014

CHILDREN with disabilities and complex health care needs at a Worcester charity can enjoy a new multi-sensory room thanks to a kind donation from a county charity.

Karndean Designflooring brings new hope for Worcester charity’s multi-sensory room

Cotswold Journal: Back – left to right – Steven Bickley, commercial business manager, Karndean Designflooring, Richard Tanner, RT Floors, Ethan Roberts, aged 11, Jean Wilson, founder of New Hope and Charlie Lewis, aged 8.

12:12pm Thursday 24th April 2014

CHILDREN with disabilities and complex health care needs at a Worcester charity can enjoy a new multi-sensory room thanks to a kind donation from a county charity.




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