Staffordshire Police have charged a woman for leaving an abusive note on an ambulance that was attending to a patient yesterday (February 18).
The father of a former student of The Co-Operative Academy has spoken movingly today about his son’s death.
Usman Mohammed died 25 January 2018, aged 19, following a battle with kidney failure and bowel cancer.
A total of £80,000 worth of illegal tobacco has been seized from shops in Longton, Stoke and Tunstall in a joint operation.
The operation was conducted by Staffordshire Police, Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s trading standards team and Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs and Immigration.
Newcastle-under-Lyme has successfully been reinstated with its purple flag status, naming it a ‘safe, diverse and vibrant’ place to go at night.
Six people have been arrested today (January 29) in connection with a large-scale drugs operation in the north of the county.
A man who stabbed a boy twice in a confrontation that got out of hand has been jailed at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court.
Devon Dixon, 25, of Barks Drive, Norton, stabbed his victim during a heated argument near his home on June 18, the court heard.
Stoke-on-Trent pupils from The Co-Operative Academy pupils have been showing a lot of bottle today after they unveiled a poppy display they have been working on since September.
The youngsters have been making poppies from the bottoms of drinks bottles for a stunning art installation.
Money Matters week is returning to Stoke-on-Trent for the third time, following the success of previous events.
Market stallholders across Stoke-on-Trent are to see their rents slashed under new plans.
Rents could be cut by up to 75% for younger traders aged 18-25.
Animal cruelty complaints in Staffordshire have soared above the national average, according to shocking figures from the RSPCA.
The number of complaints in Staffordshire has increased by 4.9%, with 3,350 complaints registered in 2015-16 compared to 3,192 the previous year.