Specialist cycles for disabled and elderly people will soon be available at Westport Lake. Planning permission has been granted for a volunteer-run cycle hire scheme, aimed at improving the lives of people wo can’t use normal bikes.
Commuters enjoyed some free fun in the sun on Saturday as a street performer entertained crowds with a show of magic, circus skills and comedy.
Micky Bimble took his show to the new £15m bus station and had everyone from teenagers filming on their smartphones to grandparents with toddlers cheering and laughing along on their way into the city centre.
Crewe Alexandra fans will be able to get their hands on the Johnstone Paint Trophy even before the Wembley final.
The trophy will be visiting the town at the Gresty Road ground on Wednesday March 27 along with some of the Crewe Alexandra players and staff from 3pm to 6pm.
Stallholders are celebrating after Longton Market clocked up 150 years of trading.
Despite the pressure of a nearby Tesco supermarket, business at the town centre site is showing no sign of slowing up.
Team GB hockey star Sally Walton met sporty students at the City of Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College to inspire them to go for gold.
More than 50 students were involved at the Fenton Manor Sports Complex event where Walton gave a workshop on successful team building.
Tributes continue to pour in following Stoke City striker Michael Owen’s decision to retire from professional football.
Teammates Charlie Adam and Asmir Begovic paid their tributes to the news of Owen’s retirement on their Twitter accounts.
Keele University delivered the first blow in Varsity 2013 with victory over Staffordshire University in the indoor cricket.
Staffordshire, this year’s hosts of the annual event, are bidding to win the cup for the first time since 2009.
A woman living among boarded-up houses in Stoke-on-Trent, has welcomed plans to sell them off for a pound.
Julie Manford, who has lived on Rutland Street in Cobridge for 20 years, says it is “about time” the empty homes are sold at whatever cost.
Five Stoke-on-Trent men were arrested after trouble flared at Port Vale’s away match in York.
Police described violent scenes between Vale and York City followers as ‘disgraceful’.