HERE are a few stories that have featured on our websites today.
TODDLERS and their parents are helping to raise funds for a charity by dressing up as superheroes at Toddler Sense sessions in Amblecote and Brierley Hill.
ASHWOOD Nurseries near Kingswinford has scooped a gold medal at the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show for its stunning display of hepaticas.
FAMILY and friends of Stourbridge-born striker Richard Peniket were at Wembley on Sunday to see the 23-year-old help FA Halifax United lift the FA Trophy.
WELL, that was a pretty good day weather wise. Sun was out in all its glory, temperatures provoked people into their shorts and T-shirts and there was a feeling that summer is well and truly here.
WITH the weather getting warmer, the last thing you want is to be trapped in your hot cars, stuck in traffic.
GOSPEL queen Ruby Turner and a choral flash mob will delight commuters when they launch BBC Music Day at Birmingham’s New Street Station next Friday (June 3).
THE organisers of Monday’s point-to-point meeting at Chaddesley Corbett are proud of their achievement of attracting 176 entries, which is the largest at any fixture staged over the holiday weekend.
THE Brexit bandwagon rolled into Dudley with ditch the EU cheerleader-in-chief Nigel Farage at the wheel.
THE organisation responsible for commissioning health services across Dudley borough is inviting members of the public to attend its latest primary care committee meeting.
ENGLAND football legend Glenn Hoddle presented medals and the Fair Play trophy to Stourbridge football team, Forest Falcons Under-10s East, in this year’s Weymouth tournament.
WEST Bromwich Albion legends paid a visit to see patients, staff and volunteers at Mary Stevens Hospice following a successful charity football match.
NETHERTON’S hopes of bouncing back to winning ways were dented by the weather last Saturday.
STOURBRIDGE was brought to life with the sights and sounds of traditional dance when more than 100 performers descended on the town for the Bedcote Morris Day of Dance.
WORKERS at a historic Quarry Bank steel firm have all been made redundant after the company entered administration.
BRIERLEY Hill's market hall has been put up for sale and looks set to fetch around £1million.
CRADLEY pulled off an impressive late show to beat Coventry 52-38 and move onto level points with neighbours Birmingham at the top of the National League.
BABIES and toddlers across Stourbridge have taken part in a non-stop sing-a-thon in the hope of raising money for baby charity Tommy’s.
AN INDIAN restaurant owner with a "cavalier attitude" to safety has been sentenced to six-years in prison for the manslaughter of a customer with a nut allergy after he supplied him with a curry containing peanuts, reports the Northern Echo.
SIR Lenny Henry is joining the cast of Broadchurch, it has been announced.
DOZENS of Black Country schoolchildren and their teachers escaped a coach that had caught fire as it travelled on a busy motorway.
DUDLEY borough firefighters proved they are not all about fires last night when they attended a rescue with a difference.
AFTER a mixed couple of days across most parts of the Black Country and North Worcestershire, today is expected to be much sunnier.
THE Brexit bandwagon is set to roll into Dudley with ditch the EU cheerleader-in-chief Nigel Farage at the wheel.
GOOD morning. We are here to provide any information on incidents that might crop up throughout the rush hour period this morning on our Black Country and North Worcestershire roads.