Members of the public have signed a petition to urge city council chiefs to install sprinklers and make tower blocks safer following the death of Zainab Adam and her 6-year-old daughter, Tafaoul Fadoul.
Stoke-on-Trent has teamed up with a Swedish city to give its residents a brighter future!
The Potteries is forging an alliance with Helsingborg to make energy cheaper and more reliable for homeowners.
Masterplans for the future of Stoke-on-Trent’s railway station have been announced at MIPIM UK property…
Councillors in Stone have launched a new campaign to get businesses in the high street to help keep the town free of litter.
The council is urging businesses to sign up and have been out in the centre talking to the people in Stone, bringing more awareness about the campaign.
Drivers and pedestrians in North Staffordshire and South Cheshire are being warned to take care as the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia is set to batter the region with gale-force winds.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Services say “strong gusty winds” are expected to hit today, reaching up to 60mph.
Drivers will no longer be able to stop on two key roads in Stoke-on-Trent city centre as part of plans to reduce congestion’s and improve safety.
Red lines will be painted on stretches of Marsh Street, Trinity Street, York Street and Etruria Road in Hanley from Monday (October 16).
The clean-up operation of over 300 tonnes of waste dumped by fly-tippers is set to begin in Madeley Heath.
The waste in Gladings Wood included shredded paper and used bandages.
Last year, PETA worked hard to help persuade Stafford Borough Council to reject an application for a controversial rabbit farm to be built in Gnosall. It’s now been reported that an appeal has been submitted to overturn the council’s decision.
A new Pie Shop in Hanley proposed to replace UKIP’s campaign office has been met with a wave of support.
Over 35 independent chefs have offered to volunteer their services to a new fundraising campaign, which to hopes to reclaim the former Chatwins shop in Hanley as a pop up pie shop and community space.
A blaze at a plastics recycling plant in Stoke-on-Trent is still raging with fire crews across the county drafted in to join police and Environment Agency at the scene.
The fire started at Hanbury Plastics Recycling Centre on Redhills Road, Milton, earlier this morning (February 5).