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Second time lucky for Stourbridge after Postcode Lottery players scoop jackpot

Second time lucky for Stourbridge after Postcode Lottery players scoop jackpot

Murray Haddow, who used to run The Mere children's home, is now aged 90 and is pictured after being presented with the Arctic Star medal for serving on the perilous Russian convoys during the Second World War

Former Mere Children's Home chief shares his memories

Police appeal for help to find missing Norton woman Louise Fellows

Police appeal for help to find missing Norton woman

Residents of Heath Farm Road want more to be done to reduce crashes at the ‘deadly’ junction with Whittington Road

"More needs to be done" to reduce crashes at Norton 'death trap'

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Major Frank Foley, dubbed "the British Schindler" for his role in saving Jews from the holocaust, will be honoured at a tree planting ceremony in Stourbridge

Tree planting tribute to honour Stourbridge's "Schindler"

Lucy Davis and Councillor Colin Elcock check out the damage caused by badgers in Lucy's garden.

Stourbridge couple tell of "nightmare" battle against badgers

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Mary Stevens Park's Heath Lane entrance to be closed this weekend

Mary Stevens Park entrance to be closed this weekend

Peter’s Hill Primary School pupils Subhan, Amy-Leigh, Maka’il and Elizabeth, receive decorations from Sainsbury’s Julie Bate

Amblecote supermarket puts old Christmas decorations to good use

Magic Monday for Stourbridge Postcode Lottery players as neighbours scoop £1,000 each

Magic Monday for Stourbridge Postcode Lottery players as neighbours scoop £1,000 each

Find out where the nearest community forum is to you to get health care advice

Get top health care advice at community forums

Lovers of verse invited to join Mary Stevens Park poetry walk

Lovers of verse invited to join Mary Stevens Park poetry walk

Cheryl Roberts - now super slim, left, and before - super-sized, right.

Super-sized 25-stone Stourbridge dinner lady sheds more than half her body weight

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L-r - Sikander Lal (Foodbank), Lucy Porter (H Porter & Sons), Emma Crook (Foodbank) and Wendy Robertson (Foodbank).

Stourbridge funeral firm reports upsurge in Black Country Foodbank donations

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Mary Stevens Hospice’s festive fundraisers Rachel Finlayson, Barry Finlayson and Claire Parslow at last year’s Santa Jog

Hundreds already set for annual Santa jog

Benefits Street's White Dee stars alongside Dudley rapper Lawson Smith and Stourbridge singer Steve Heathcock in the video for their Children in Need single 'Stand Up For Children'

Watch Benefits Street's White Dee star in Black Country musician's charity video

Mike Wood MP, Chris Neale and Councillors Nicola Richards and Natalie Neale outside the now closed Kingswinford Youth Centre.

Council commission new youth clubs after cuts

Stourbridge's A Comedy Theatre Group to perform Jack and the Beanstalk pantomime this Christmas

Classic tale for comedy group's Christmas pantomime

Norton petrol station closed after early morning raid

Norton petrol station closed after early morning raid

Eco group Transition Stourbridge to hold apple juicing day this Saturday

Eco group Transition Stourbridge to hold apple juicing day this Saturday

Neil Gordon.

Almost £50,000 now raised in memory of Stourbridge brain tumour victim Neil Gordon

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Cllr Heather Rogers officially opening the new bowls pavilion, alongside Tom Keys, chairman of the Sons of Rest group and bowlers.

New bowls pavilion opened as part of Mary Stevens Park restoration

Removing carp from Heath Pool. Pic courtesy of Lewis Payne

Mary Stevens Park restoration gathers pace with removal of 10,000 fish from Heath Pool

Rev Tom Chapman takes the re-dedication service in the park. Pic by Lisa Kohli.

Re-dedication service held at Stourbridge war memorial as part of Mary Stevens Park restoration

Norton church urging residents to give church a try this weekend

Norton church urging residents to give church a try this weekend

The park's new No. 92 café was opened at a special ceremony in late July.

Final phase of £3.1m Mary Stevens Park restoration to cause disruption

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Former Stourbridge woman set to make a splash in gruelling charity swim

Stourbridge businessman dies after collapsing on the golf course

Stourbridge businessman dies after collapsing on the golf course

Darcy the Pug examines a dog microchip.

Get your pets microchipped for free at Stourbridge animal action day

Ryan getting his head shaved by Emily Smith from Escape salon in Wollaston.

Stourbridge charity head shave event raises funds for St Richard's Hospice

Ryan Cook is getting the clippers out to raise money for St Richard’s Hospice in memory of his friend Dan Laight.

Stourbridge man to take charity shave in memory of friend

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Gates restored to previous grandeur as £3.1m Mary Stevens Park restoration continues

Gates restored to previous grandeur as £3.1m Mary Stevens Park restoration continues

Karl Jones is selling his Stumbleground map to funds for Mary Stevens Hospice.

Stourbridge Stumbleground map charts out town's boozers

UPDATE - Eyewitness describes scene of Stourbridge collision

UPDATE - Eyewitness describes scene of Stourbridge collision

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Woman taken to hospital following collision in Stourbridge

Woman taken to hospital following collision in Stourbridge

Mary Stevens Park's historic gates which were removed in March for refurbishment are to be unveiled on Tuesday, July 28.

Mary Stevens Park's historic gates to be unveiled following refurbishment

L-r - Alex Reason and Dan Woodruff

Stourbridge martial arts instructors hope to rope in people for charity challenge

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Wordsley Labour councillor Derrick Hemingsley has raised concerns about the decision to move 91 Dudley Council workers to the Mere Education Centre.

Wordsley councillor concerned about staff move from Mary Stevens Park to the Mere Education Centre

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Stourbridge schools take borough maths champ titles

Stourbridge schools take borough maths champ titles

The coast to coast riders from Stourbridge

Stourbridge cyclists hopeful coast to coast ride has raised over £6,000 for brave sea rescue mum Deb Drew

Molly and me: Yvonne Porter with the black and white dog she rescued from Thailand

Stourbridge dog lover gives new home to injured Phuket street pup

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Former Mayor's chauffeur hits the road for Labour in Dudley's local election

Dudley borough tenants and residents meetings for May

Dudley borough tenants and residents meetings for May

Stourbridge scouts gear up for annual St George's Day celebrations

Stourbridge scouts gear up for annual St George's Day celebrations

Work gathers pace and mystery entrepreneur poised to open cafe as part of £3.1m Stourbridge park revamp

Work gathers pace and mystery entrepreneur poised to open cafe as part of £3.1m Stourbridge park revamp

Norton Evening Townswomen Guild

Norton Evening Townswomen Guild

Picture courtesy of West Midlands Fire Service (@Stourbridgefire).

Grassland fire in Stourbridge extinguished

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