More than 600 people packed a public meeting to air their views on the future of scandal-hit Stafford Hospital.
Hundreds turned up at the County Showground to hear from the Trust Special Administrators (TSAs) who run the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust.
Nine out of ten parents in Staffordshire have been given their first choice primary school for next year.
The figures come as the county battles to deal with a birth rate increase of more than ten per cent, meaning an extra 1,000 class spaces are required.
Artists from Staffordshire are being encouraged to present their work at an annual event.
The county’s Open Art Exhibition will take place at the Shire Gallery in Stafford from May 18 to July 14.
A mother of three has called for Stafford Hospital to be kept open after medics saved her son’s life.
The future of the hospital is in doubt after the Mid-Staffordshire NHS Trust was put into administration.
Children from across Staffordshire have done their bit to help Comic Relief.
The nationwide charity event saw music star Jessie J shaving her hair and TV presenter Helen Skelton being challenged to perform in two West-End musicals in the same night.
A Stoke-on-Trent girl was attacked as she travelled on a bus between Stafford and Trentham.
The 17-year-old was approached by a man as she waited to catch the First 101 bus from Gaol Square in Stafford to Hanley.
Staffordshire-based record label Assorted Records is to stage an acoustic night in a coffee shop to showcase new and emerging talent.
The event at the Number 15 coffee shop in Stafford will feature performers such as Emily Heath, Laura Poppitt, Jason Callear, Jim Yalom and Tammy Davis.
Bogus water officials are targeting elderly people in Staffordshire, police have warned.
They are investigating two incidents in Stafford and Penkridge which they believe are linked.