A key outlet in the The Potteries Centre in Hanley is to reopen after a five-week refurbishment.
Retailers hope the reopening of Topshop and Topman, which closed on February 1, will provide a much-needed boost to trade in the city.
The organiser of the March on Stoke has said the event showed “the strength of feeling” about plans for a £40million civic centre move.
More than 1,000 protesters in white elephant masks joined the walk as it headed for the site of the proposed new home for the council in Hanley.
A group of Stoke-on-Trent mums are sleeping rough in Hanley to raise money for charities and community groups in the area.
Inspired by Children In Need, the “Mums on a Mission” decided they needed to do something that people will notice.
Stoke-on-Trent’s Chinese New Year celebrations saw hundreds of people gather at the Potteries of Museum and Art Gallery.
As well as traditional dance acts, live music and crafts, crowds also had the chance to sample fortune cookies.
A special screening will celebrate the centenary of one of Staffordshire’s finest sportsmen.
Tut Whalley, who grew up in Stoke, will be honored with a replay of his titanic fight against local rival Tiny Bostock, at Staffordshire Film Theatre.
Comedian Jo Brand is to stage a special one-off performance in Hanley in aid of The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice.
The show at the Victoria Hall on March 14 and will raise money for the hospice, which provides care and support services for terminally ill children.
Angry residents have formed a “March on Stoke” group in protest at the city council’s plans to move up the road to Hanley.
Stoke City Council’s £40 million proposal to relocate 1,300 staff and offices to the Central Business District in Hanley has sparked fury among many.
Leader of Stoke City Council Mohammed Pervez claims he “has listened” to people’s views on the controversial City Central Business District.
Cllr Pervez spoke out during a council meeting where a bid was put forward to stop the move of the Civic Centre to Hanley.
Stoke City councillors have defeated a late bid to scupper the city’s Central Business District plans for Hanley.
Councillors battled it out for two hours at the Civic Centre to decide on a motion which called for a “radical rethink” on the £40 million CBD proposals.