Archive for March, 2012
The Stoke Potters will get their 2012 speedway campaign underway with a challenge meeting at Loomer Road against the Isle of Wight.
The meeting tomorrow night (March 31) will see newcomers Ashley Birks, Richie Worrall and Dan Berwick make their debuts, while Oliver Greenwood will guest for other new signing Rhys Naylor who is currently on the sidelines with a shoulder injury.
A Stafford benefits cheat who claimed to be a single mum while she was living with her partner has been ordered to pay back almost £9,000.
Gail Hollins, aged 22, of Merrivale Road, admitted fraudulently claiming Income Support and Housing and Council Tax Benefit when she appeared at Stafford Magistrates Court yesterday (March 28).
Medication has been taken in a raid on a pharmacy in Middleport.
Around 2,000 Diazepam tablets, 700 Nitrazepam tablets and aspirin tablets were taken this morning (March 29).
A political website in Stoke-on-Trent has been relaunched.
Pits n Pots hosted an event at the White Star Pub last night (March 28) to unveil the new look.
Port Vale’s administrators have announced that season ticket prices will increase by up to five per cent next season.
Bob Young and Gerald Krasner told fans about the change during the supporters meeting last night (March 28).
Stoke Potters’ Ben Reade has received a call-up to ride in the semi-final of the British Under 21 Championship.
The Swindon-born racer told StaffsLive the news was “amazing” after being chosen to replace Oliver Rayson.
A Staffordshire man has completed the first of 12 consecutive half marathons.
Phil Thomas – the 6 Towns Runner – is taking on the challenge to raise money for the Donna Louise Hospice.
Residents in Tunstall have welcomed a ban on drinking alcohol in public places.
They say it will make the streets safer and crackdown on booze-fuelled anti-social behaviour, vandalism and violence.
Port Vale Supporters Trust are giving fans the opportunity to meet with the club’s administrators.
The forum is taking place tonight (March 28) to help ease any fears people may have over the club’s future.