End of year exams for Staffordshire students are almost over and the summer break is…
Port Vale manager John Askey has praised the support from fans following their draw away…
The new Formula One season is on the Horizon with the green lights set to switch on for the first time in Melbourne as preparations are well-underway for the 2019 campaign.
Burslem Rotarians have been travelling around shopping hubs of Stoke-On-Trent, fundraising for charity and spreading a little Christmas joy to busy shoppers.
Santa and his musical sleigh have been parked outside the Potteries Centre and Mothercare in Festival Park, playing classic Christmas tunes and handing out sweets to children.
Friends of Stoke-on-Trent teenager Ryan Evans who drowned in Westport Lake made desperate attempts to save him, an inquest heard. Staffslive’s Beth Shuff and Jade Prust report
Police have made more arrests in connection with the violence which marred the Checkatrade Trophy game between Port Vale and Stoke City under 21s.
A 30-year-old man from Stoke-on-Trent was arrested on suspicion of violent disorder and criminal damage on Carsdale Cresent in Blurton.
Big-hearted students at The Cooperative Academy of Stoke-on-Trent hosted a Christmas lunch for more than 100 guests in a bid to tackle loneliness among the elderly at Christmas time.
According to Age UK, more than two million people in England over the age of 75 live alone, many experiencing extreme isolation and chronic loneliness.
Stoke-on-Trent MP Ruth Smeeth helped launch the Future Journalist Competition at Staffordshire University today (December 3).
The Future Journalist Awards 2019 were opened to schools and colleges across the Potteries to encourage the next generation of journalists in and around Staffordshire.
A Burslem man has been sectioned for racially abusing a doctor and threatening to bite his face off, a court heard.
Asjad Arbab, of Rushton Road, Burslem, threatened to break Dr Stephen Tuck’s ribs, bite his face off and verbally abused the doctor, calling him a “white piece of s**t” in August 2017, Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court was told.
The Weeping Window sculpture has won an honour at the Enjoy Staffordshire Tourism Awards at the National Memorial Arboretum.
The Window was on display at Middleport Pottery in Stoke-on-Trent from early August until September 16 before moving on.