INVESTIGATIONS are still ongoing into an unprovoked attack on a homeless man who was kicked in the head.
ANGRY drivers faced gridlock misery as they were stuck for up to 10 hours in traffic jams on the the M5 caused by a broken-down crane.
A THIEF is thought to have fallen asleep in a car parked outside a home in Droitwich before stealing £30 and an iPhone recharger.
SIR – Why is it when in Worcester plans are put forward to build a new supermarket or houses on green belt land it’s quickly approved? When plans are put forward for a new football pitch in Worcester it takes forever
A COUNCILLOR from West Malvern has thrown his hat in the ring as the Green Party's candidate for the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner.
CAUGHT between balancing the views of modern Tories with swivel-eyed loons, Robin Walker is tiptoeing over a proper EU tightrope.
OVERNIGHT closures to carry out maintenance work on the M5 are to be scrapped until todays motorway fiasco has been fully investigated.
STOURPORT Hockey Club’s under-18 boys’ team just missed out on the national indoor semi finals in Nottingham.
DROITWICH Spa made it seven wins in their last eight matches and five consecutive victories in the West Midlands Women’s League Division One South.
THE M5 is expected to re-open at 4.30pm today - but drivers are being warned to avoid the route if they possibly can following today's chaos.
MANAGER Paul Collicutt has described the visit of whipping boys Bashley to the Jubilee Stadium tomorrow (3pm) as a potential “banana skin” for Evesham United.
A WAR hero from Worcestershire, one of a band of five brothers who survived the Second World War, has died weeks before he was due to celebrate his 100th birthday.
HAVING experienced referee Wayne Barnes in the middle for Sunday’s crunch Aviva Premiership clash is “an advantage for both sides,” according to Worcester Warriors chief Dean Ryan.
SOUTH African centre Wynand Olivier has vowed to use all his experience to keep Worcester Warriors in the Premiership.
WORCESTERSHIRE trainers, owners and jockeys bid for success at Sunday’s Albrighton and Woodland point-to-point.
EXPANDING law firm mfg Solicitors has made three associate promotions across its private client, employment and agricultural divisions.
We will bring you updates about how the M5 northbound closure is affecting roads in Worcestershire
A YOUNG mother who tried to burn down the block of flats where she was living has been jailed.
WORCESTERSHIRE County Council and Worcestershire Safeguarding Children Board are supporting this year's Safer Internet Day on Tuesday.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a 'very well liked' family man who swept the chimneys of Worcestershire for nearly 40 years.
SIR – The comments regarding Mark Yates and his new vehicle are totally unfair and unwarranted .
THE schedule has been announced for the Three Counties Big Breakfast programme for 2016.
SIR – I would like to illustrate the need for Worcester to get its future sorted and made known to the wider world, instead of, as it seems, not constantly allowing the personal aspirations of council managers and their staff to hinder it.
AN armed horde of battle-hardened warriors will be taking over Worcester.
A NEW £500,000 kitty is being created to improve pavements across Worcestershire, it has emerged.
A PIONEERING business partnership which is set to deliver growth opportunities and access to potential funding for local firms will launch in Worcestershire next month.
THREE schools in Worcestershire have secured big expansions to help cope with the county's baby boom.
MCDONALD’S in Malvern has gone hi-tech.
TWO months of roadworks are going to hit a major Worcester road - with traffic lights placed at one of the city's busiest routes.
UPBEAT joint-manager Carl Heeley said his Worcester City side were in the best shape they had been in for a while.
A VITAL blueprint earmarking land for 28,370 homes across south Worcestershire has been accepted by a Government inspector - bringing an end to 10 years of controversy.
THE latest stage of the remarkable multi-million pound transformation of Stanbrook Abbey, the former Benedictine convent at Callow End, into a lavish hotel and destination venue, has been completed with the opening of Sister Charlotte's restaurant.
A YOUNG man from Droitwich who turned his life around through rugby has won a national award for his achievement.
Continuing our series of stories about our archive of historical newspapers, Beverly Abbs speaks to Brian and John Hewlett, of St John's, Worcester, about what June 1936 means the them, while Jo Brookes, of Kempsey, near, Worcester, talks about…
NINE-year-old Maggie Walker of Clevelode, near Malvern threw a birthday party with a difference last weekend.
A FAMILY-RUN distillery is in high spirits after securing a lucrative deal to export its products to China.
Matt Cox replaces Marco Mama at openside flanker as Warriors go in search of an all-important third league victory of the season on Sunday (1pm).
DEFIANT Colin Gordon will remain in charge of Kidderminster Harriers’ team affairs until the end of the season while the club continues it search for a new head coach.
A MAJOR new motoring event is being held in the Herefordshire town of Bromyard later this year.
MARRIED couples will have an opportunity to renew their wedding vows at Worcester Cathedral on Valentine’s Day with a very special service.
THERE was magic afoot at The Hive in Worcester as dozens of excited youngsters gathered in their finest wizarding garb for the Harry Potter Book Night.
FIRE fighters are this month urging Worcestershire householders to take care in the kitchen and support the Fire Kills Cooking safety campaign.
HEAD coach Paul James says making the BBL Trophy final would be the “icing on the cake” for Worcester Wolves as they gear up for their last-four showdown with Newcastle Eagles tonight (7.30pm).
KIDDERMINSTER Harriers’ relegation battle reaches a make or break moment as they face a must-win clash at fellow bottom four outfit Boreham Wood on Saturday.
IT has been called the most British road rage incident ever, and it happened in Ledbury
Tiff Eden, Mike Daniels, Derrick Appiah and Josh Adams have moved out on loan for the rest of the season.
A WORCESTERSHIRE councillor says he fears service reductions for vulnerable people is "inevitable" - despite more cash being ploughed in.
A FREE seminar is being held for businesses at which tax and accountancy experts will talk through the sweeping changes coming into effect this year.
THE M5 northbound may not open until 2pm today as the roadworks misery deepens.
A WOMAN suffered a "serious" head injury in a crash in St John's, Worcester, last night.