Farmers across Staffordshire have blasted the current Brexit process as ‘chaotic’ and ‘silly.’ – with just 42 days until the UK is set to leave the EU.
A police officer from Stoke-on-Trent is running a week-long project to provide housing and other support for rough sleepers in the city.
The campaign, which started yesterday, is providing support for people living on the streets running up to Christmas – their toughest time of the year.
The RSPCA’s 24-hour emergency hotline received 55,821 calls across the UK in December last year – almost 1,000 from Staffordshire alone.
December 11 was the busiest day with 2,640 calls answered.
Hundreds of children from schools in the Staffordshire area participated in a competition to create a poster to urge people to stop littering.
Council chiefs claim the reasoning for the borrowing is for capital projects which will improve the city and generate income.
Stoke-on-Trent have ranked fourth in a Royal Society For Public Health (RSPH) report detailing Britains most unhealthy high streets.
The A50 has been closed down by police as they investigate an accident which took place on the carriageway overnight, with one man taken to hospital in a serious condition after a van was flipped.
Residents in the Shelton area of Stoke-on-Trent have hit out after months of roadworks on their street.
Ashford Street has been part of the city-wide redevelopment for the District Heating Network (DHN) system which involves pipe teams digging up the road and laying miles of infrastructure.
Commuting students received a blow this week after Staffordshire University announced that the Brindley car park at their Leek Road campus would be closed from Friday October 12.
The announcement follows a series of complaints from students after an event last week led to some car parks being cordoned off, while others operated a one-in, one-out policy.