HERE are a few stories that have appeared on our websites today.
TEMPORARY traffic signals have been put in place in Wall Heath while work to patch the road is carried out.
CRADLEY Heath Salvation Army Band and Cradley Heath Male Voice Choir will be holding their next concert in aid of Stourbridge’s Mary Stevens Hospice.
WELL, we’ve had a mix of everything today! Cloudy this morning, rain in the afternoon and now the sun has reappeared!
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GLASSBOYS boss Gary Hackett says he'll be working hard to keep his injury-hit squad as fresh as possible for the run-in.
DUDLEY Sports suffered a 4-0 defeat at home to league leaders Haughmond last Saturday.
GORNAL Athletic manager Matt Fisher has backed his side to bounce straight back after relegation was confirmed last Saturday.
HRH The Duke of Gloucester formally opened the Thomas Robinson Building in Lye this afternoon (Tuesday, March 28).
DUDLEY Town boss Andy Allardice has handed his players the target of four more points to avoid the drop.
BLACK Country performers are this week bringing 1980s film Dirty Rotten Scoundrels to the stage.
BLACK Country beers, ciders and ales are getting a wider audience after securing listings with a major West Midlands retailer.
NEIL Shillingford was pleased with Dudley Kingswinford's performance despite defeat at league leaders Newport (Salop).
AN unconscious elderly man was found with head injuries in Brierley Hill this morning (Tuesday).
THE Black Country Hippodrome group will hold a public meeting on Sunday (April 2) to update people on their progress.
A COMMEMORATIVE plaque honouring a brave Stourbridge-born war hero is to be unveiled at a ceremony in Mary Stevens Park next month.
INSPECTORS have praised the “significant improvements” made by Dudley’s mental health services – leading to the trust now being rated as ‘good’.
THE UK will refuse to hand Brussels £50 billion to pay for its divorce from the European Union, David Davis has insisted.
ADELE has said she may never tour again after completing a string of stadium shows in Australia and New Zealand.
TIVIDALE boss Dave King says he's taking heart in the fact his young side can still improve regardless of their impending relegation.
THE body of a suspected burglar, who is thought to have died after getting trapped in a roof space, has been found, the Telegraph and Argus reports.
ON Wednesday Prime Minister Theresa May will fire the starting gun on Brexit by triggering Article 50 - the two-year process for quitting the EU.
AFTER a dry day across most parts of the Black Country and North Worcestershire yesterday, today is expected to be turning unsettled.
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.