A WORCESTER cinema knew exactly who they were gonna call when they wanted to help promote the release of the Ghostbusters reboot.
The new handicap event in honour of the much-respected former club secretary and captain saw visitors find the conditions particularly challenging.
Terri Hawes picked up the best nett prize with 113 on the Bishampton course in front of Jan Ledbury on 117.5.
Rapids have now lost three of their last four games with the other being a no-result.
OVER 500 homes are without electricity this evening because of a power cut.
POLICE were called to Diglis Lock over concerns for a man's safety this evening (Friday).
Brewer triumphed by the narrowest of margins, topping the field by just 14 ounces.
Liam Booth is hoping Old Elizabethans can continue their charge up the table tomorrow against visiting Halesowen.
Knight triumphed on a peg 1 feeder and caught a weight of 14-10-0, consisting of two good bream and a few skimmers.
WORCESTER City’s board are at loggerheads after some directors claimed there was a lack of “enthusiasm” and “ambition” to keep the club alive.
A TEENAGER from Worcester has been handed a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) for his involvement in a violent disorder at a convenience store.
AN ACCIDENT has closed one lane of the M5 northbound during rush hour this (Friday) evening.
THE role of volunteers was celebrated in Pershore with a special balloon release.
PARTY preparations are well underway for a LGBT Pride event which will hit the streets of Worcester later this month.
YET again those pollster luvvies got it wrong, proudly declaring that Remain would triumph as late as 10.10pm last Thursday only to look rather foolish come dawn.
THE leader of Worcestershire County Council has thrown his backing behind Theresa May - calling her the "statesmanlike" figure to sort out Brexit.
THE developer behind a shops and homes plan for former Worcester nightclub says he hopes to transform the eyesore building.
A SUMMER reading challenge will be launched at a Worcester library to celebrate the well-loved children's author Roald Dahl.
POLICE are appealing to find a Redditch man following a racially aggravated assault and criminal damage.
SOLDIERS from Moreton-in-Marsh who fought in the battle of the Somme 100 years ago will be remembered at an exhibition in the town tomorrow.
A FORMER Worcestershire Labour parliamentary candidate has joined the calls for Jeremy Corbyn to quit - calling his position "untenable".
POIGNANT services and events are being held in and around Worcester today (Friday) to commemorate one of World War One's bloodiest battles.
Sturgeon is selfish leader SIR – In her desperation to separate Scotland from the UK, Nicola Sturgeon is trying to create a situation whereby the Scots and the rest of us even after hundreds of years can no longer live side by side.
MORE than 650 anguished parents have signed a petition pleading with council chiefs to scrap children's centre cuts - warning of "massive long term costs".
STOP smoking services, sexual health advice, domestic abuse support and drug recovery help all face being cut in Worcestershire, it has emerged.
A CASUALTY was cut from the wreckage of car and taken to hospital following a crash in Worcester.
Worcestershire Rapids face Derbyshire Falcons tonight in the NatWest T20 Blast at New Road (5.30pm).
DRIVERS are being warned that one lane of the M5 northbound is currently closed.
GENEROUS shoppers have ensured that Worcester Foodbank's supermarket collection has got off to a fantastic start.
XPLORING THE BRITTANY COAST
D’Oliveira took two points from last night’s rain-ruined match against Durham to move level on 93 points with Glamorgan’s Colin Ingram.
Paceman Tongue was expected to be ruled out for three months with a back problem suffered in early May.
CONSTRUCTION of two large industrial units could soon get underway at a key site near Worcester after planners gave the development alongside the M5 the green light.
A FORMER Worcester Mayor is embroiled in a fresh spat with the city's twinning association - after claiming they should pay to use the Guildhall.
BUSINESS is looking up for Tristan Palmer Studio, the three-years-old firm which specialises in branding and bespoke web development.
The academy licenses are expected to be unveiled today as part of a new RFU and Premiership Rugby long-form agreement with top-tier clubs.
THE city council's leader says he wants to spark a fresh tourism push - focusing on Worcester's heritage and independent shops.
Supporters on social media have claimed the artificial pitch, currently being installed at the ground and which won’t be finished until August, could have driven Ryan over the edge.
POLICE are seeking to identify a man who indecently exposed himself and performed a lewd act near an Evesham school.
1. Top story: Dean Ryan quits Worcester Warriors: live updates and fan reaction
Hogg admits “the landscape has changed slightly but the destination is still the same” as Warriors start life without Ryan.
A DECISION over whether to install crash barriers on a busy road in Worcester will be made in September, it has emerged.
HODGETTS Beryl Always in our thoughts. Tom and Wayne xx
HOLLAND Dave Sadly missed along life's way, Quietly remembered every day, No longer in our life to share, But in our hearts he's always there. Love always Eileen and Family xxx
WATTS Perry Francis Passed away July 1st, 2015. A year ago the good Lord came and took you to your rest. The pain we feel here on earth because he took the best. A loving husband, a caring father, grandad like no other. As each day passes we miss you…
COURT Phyllis Ethel Formerly of Upton upon Severn, passed away in hospital on June 14th, 2016. The dear mother of Russell and Fenton, also a much loved grandmother and great grandmother. The Funeral Service will take place at Worcester Crematorium on…
SANDERS Rene Formerly of Broadheath. Passed away peacefully on June 22nd, 2016, aged 100 years. Beloved wife of the late Sam and a much loved mum, grandmother, great grandmother and great great grandmother. Funeral Service at Crown East Church on…
STREET Edna Lily Of Eaton, Cheshire, formerly of Tolladine Road, Worcester. Peacefully on June 17th, 2016, at home, aged 91 years. The dearly loved and devoted wife of the late Robert Albert Street. Loving mum of Jane, dear mother in law of Iain and…
DALE (nee Woodward) Ann Doreen Peacefully June 23rd, 2016, aged 81 years. Dearly loved wife of the late Bob, much loved mother of Lorraine, Trevor and Helen, mother in law to Paul, Julie and Peter. Nanna to eight Grandchildren and great nanna to two.…
PAINTER Michael Sadly passed away on Saturday, June 25th 2016, aged 87. Funeral Service at Worcester Crematorium on Tuesday, July 12th, at 2.30 p.m. Family flowers only. Donations, to Birmingham Children's Hospital.