A MAN has appeared in court charged with sexual assault and two kidnaps with intent to commit sexual offences.
HOMES are desperately needed for three four-legged friends who have been in the care of an animal charity for months.
AN AUTISTIC teenager has become an author after one of his books about a magical goat was published.
ORGANISERS are fine tuning the programme to make sure that Pershore Midsummer Brass Festival 2012 builds on last year’s success.
THE organiser of a Diamond Jubilee street party in Worcester wants to track down some of the youngsters who were at a previous street party nearly 60 years ago.
WHEN a man from Drakes Broughton, near Pershore, sent a poem he had penned to the Queen in commemoration of her Jubilee year, he didn’t expect to hear anything else about it.
THE Wild West came to life in a quiet corner of Worcestershire, complete with lawmen, pioneers, gamblers, bandits, bounty hunters and Indian chiefs.
A STAGE-of-the-art sports centre is taking shape in Worcester.
TIME is running out for you to nominate the unsung heroes of our local communities to join the Queen on her Diamond Jubilee tour of Worcestershire.
SIR – It has really struck home to me what the meaning really is behind Tesco’s slogan “every little helps”. Diesel at Tesco 142.9p, diesel at Morrisons 139.9p.
SIR – Congratulations to all concerned for the Olympic Torch Relay in Worcester on Thursday night and Friday morning.
SIR – Re James Goad’s letter ‘Leaving the EU would not be a disaster’ (Worcester News, May 21). It seems he is one rather confused gentleman.
SIR – We recently had a reunion of J C Baker’s former employees at Copper Tops, Worcester, and would like to thank everyone for their support.
SIR – My parents came here in the 1960s in search of a brighter and better future for themselves after Britain had opened its doors to the Commonwealth.
SIR – We write in response to the letters of Matthew Jenkins and Alex Kear in the Worcester News (May 23), although we could have made the same response to a number of letters and comments criticising the Lib Dems for their support of…
SIR – Living at Homenash House I was able to see the torchbearer as he passed St George’s Square in Worcester.
Three types of drug were found by police when they stopped a car in Worcester.
THERE are fears that councillors could be left open to accusations of bias with changes being brought about under the Government’s Localism Act.
A DYNAMIC Worcestershire couple are preparing to beef up their burger business, after moving to larger premises to aid their ambitious expansion plans.
A PENSIONER who has dedicated her life to helping others was scammed out of £550 by a rogue builder.
DAREDEVILS showed their mettle during a dizzying charity abseil down a Worcestershire clock tower.
A TALENTED singer from Bewdley who was knocked out of the live semi-finals of BBC TV’s The Voice hopes this is just the beginning of a bright future.
FORMER England captain and Rugby World Cup winning prop Phil Vickery has joined Warriors’ coaching team as a‘massive statement of intent’ ahead of the new Aviva Premiership season.
THE glorious sunny weather is still with us today, but with the Queen's Jubilee celebrations coming up this weekend... will it last?
TODAY is your chance to ask the editor of the Worcester News anything - live.
This one’s for Maureen and Jim. A couple loved JULIE ROYLE’s walk around Ilmington last year so much, they asked her to do another one...
A WORCESTER man with sight problems who was terrified he was going to go blind had to travel to Birmingham for emergency treatment because no one could treat him locally.
This versatile plant is at home in many gardens, says HANNAH STEPHENSON
Feature-length documentary to be screened at the famous literary festival. MIKE PRYCE reports
HORSE lovers in Worcestershire are being asked to lobby their MEP in the latest bid to prevent agonising journeys to slaughter on the continent.
OLYMPIC fever officially hit Worcester last week.
From humble beginnings, a youth theatre group is celebrating a milestone year with a production it hopes will be another smash hit
WE play Somerset in our last LV= County Championship Division One game for over a month this week and it would be good to get a win to sign off before the one-day cricket takes over.
TODAY we launch our third annual campaign to clean up the streets and parks of Worcester.
CORBYN Roger Alan Passed away peacefully on May 20th, 2012, aged 66 years. Much loved husband of Maureen. Dearest dad to Graham and Marcia and cherished grandad to seven Grandchildren. Funeral Service at Worcester Crematorium on Wednesday, June…
PIERSON (née Smith) Dorothy Joan “Joan” Passed away peacefully after a week of care at Worcestershire Royal Hospital on May 20th, 2012, aged 87 years. Widow of the late Albert Henry Pierson, much loved mum to Ann and Tony and a caring…
NUNNEY ATKINSON Soryia Today is your 12th Birthday. We think of you every day. You are our Angel in heaven, we love you princess. Lots of love, hugs and kisses Mum, Dad, Liam and Gracey.