Campaigners who are trying to save Fenton Town Hall and the war memorial inside it are taking their fight to London.
Newly announced Stoke-on-Trent Central Conservative Party candidate Liam Ascough has described Stoke-on-Trent’s education system as “appalling”.
The 35-year-old Conservative councillor for Southgate at Crawley Borough Council, has called on voters to make a stand.
City Councillors have ruled that Paul Shotton, the former deputy council leader, brought the authority and his office into disrepute by sending text messages under false names to BBC Radio Stoke.
A UKIP candidate in Stoke-on-Trent claims Labour and Conservative opponents are “scared” after his party’s sensational by-election win.
Mick Harold, who will stand in Stoke Central against Tristram Hunt, has said the win in Clacton and result in Heywood and Middleton will help his party to success in the General Election.
Staffordshire University’s Student Union have decided to ban the sale of The Sun newspaper in all shops on campus in a protest against Page 3.
The boycott the newspaper was raised by the union’s Women’s Forum and was approved by a panel of just five students.
The crisis in Ukraine may lead to a catastrophic step backwards for the country, an expert has warned.
Staffordshire University lecturer Robert Curtis worked in the country between 2004 to 2006 as an advisor as part of the country’s plan to join the European Union.
People in Staffordshire can find out if partners have a history of domestic violence under “Clare’s Law” from this weekend.
The Domestic Violence Disclosure scheme, which goes live in Staffordshire on March 8, is named after Clare Wood who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend in 2009.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council has passed controversial budget cuts amid criticism from councillors and pressure groups.
Members voted through a series of cuts to public services despite opposition inside and outside the Civic Centre.
Staffordshire Borough Councillors have opposed plans for the Hs2 high-speed railway, claiming it has no benefit for the county’s residents or businesses.
A “windfall” for Stafford Borough Council which could mean a 2% reduction in Council Tax was met with strong opposition at a council meeting.
The Conservative proposal, which sets to reduce Council tax by 2% in 2014/15, comes as a result of a projected extra income of over £129,000 from the New Homes Bonus scheme.