Staffordshire boxing champion Jonjo Finnegan’s career ended just nine months ago after a near-fatal accident in the ring.
Now the Burton-based fighter, who was British Masters super-middleweight champion, tells his story to StaffsLive
Tony Pulis has hailed Sir Alex Ferguson as the greatest British manager of all time.
The Stoke City boss, speaking in the wake of Ferguson’s decision to step down as Manchester United manager at the end of the season, says there has never been anyone to match the Scot.
The body of a man has been pulled from a canal at Butt Lane in Stoke-on-Trent.
Police recovered the body near the Macclesfield Aqueduct, by the Red Bull Inn on Congleton Road South near lock 43.
The devastated fiancee of a Stoke-on-Trent man battered unconscious by attackers told StaffsLive how their son is pleading for his daddy.
Jade West spoke out as detectives revealed CCTV footage shows Lee Austin may have been attacked by several men.
Stoke City manager Tony Pulis was satisfied with a point as Sunderland came from behind to rescue a 1-1 draw in their battle against relegation.
The Potters boss believes Craig Gardner’s red card changed the game with his midfielders afraid the referee would up the red-card count.
Rollercoaster experts have hailed Alton Towers’ latest ride “The Smiler” as a boost to thrill-seekers.
Ian Bell from Coasterforce.com says the revolutionary £18 million attraction is a welcome move away from tamer family rides.
A garden which documents Stoke-on-Trent’s transformation from its industrial roots, is being tipped for gold at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Students, business leaders and council staff have teamed up for the project which aims to showcase talent and attract investment.
Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis hailed the swearing in of 14 new officers as a landmark occasion for the county.
It is the first time in three years that Staffordshire Police have recruited.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council could face a £1 million-a-year bill if they do not manage to sell buildings they no longer want to use.
The council is trying to sell 29 office buildings, which include the Civic Centre and Kingsway Hall, to help pay for their move to the new Central Business District in Hanley.