Archive for June, 2012
TV medium Derek Acorah is coming to the Victoria Hall.
His new tour will see him appear in Stoke-on-Trent on July 13.
A group of youngsters have been learning about crime fighting in Rugeley.
Twenty of the Brereton Beavers visited the Anson Street Station and tried their hand at finger printing, had a look in police vehicles and spent some time in the cells.
A man has died after a crash in Leek.
A car and a lorry were involved in the incident at the junction of Green Lane and Rudyard Road in Horton at 2.45pm this afternoon (June 6).
Defender Zander Diamond has admitted it wasn’t a tough decision for him to make the move to Burton Albion.
The former Aberdeen man completed a switch to the Brewers after his contract with Oldham Athletic expired.
The Stoke Easy Rider Potters have confirmed their line up for the National League fours to be held at their Loomer Road circuit.
The Potters have named World under-21 finalist Richie Worrall, who makes his first appearance at Loomer Road on Sunday (June 10) since he qualified for the seven round final along with number one Ashley Birks, skipper Tony Atkin and Ben Reade, who has had a superb start to the season.
A Burton teenager who will face the challenge of a lifetime has been fundraising for charity dressed as a pirate.
Eighteen-year-old Kamal Manek, of Hunter Street, Burton, will attempt to reach the summit of the 5,895m (19,341ft) Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, East Africa, in July, for Childreach International.
The coolest sounds from the coolest cats will be on offer when the Regent Theatre welcomes the Rat Pack.
Memories of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Junior will come flooding back whenn the show comes to Stoke-on-Trent on June 9.