Staffordshire Police are currently suffering a telephone failure which is affecting the 999 and 101 telephone lines in Staffordshire.
Wedgwood is celebrating National Apprenticeship Week by unveiling a bid to recruit two new apprentices.
The company in Barlaston has recruited 10 apprentices in the last five years.
Children and young people are being encouraged to create, design and explore by building apps and coding at a special event this weekend.
StaffsLive have launched a fantastic new mobile phone app for both Apple and android phones.
Staffordshire University is to close its Stafford campus and move 2,000 students and staff to Stoke-on-Trent.
The move, announced today by Vice Chancellor Michael Gunn, was described as a “a big blow” to Stafford by the town’s MP Jeremy Lefroy.
A headteacher has paid tribute to a colleague and two students who died in a horrific car crash in Tamworth.
Maggie Stewart, 42, her son Damian, 16, and his cousin Dion Walker-Smith, 15, were killed after their car collided with a lorry on Trinity Road, Freasley.
Stoke-on-Trent squash player Roxy Keshavarz is confident ahead of The BSPA Boston Open.
The 20-year-old, from Adderley Green, Longto, who plays for both Draycott and Brooklands clubs, is fresh from a semi-final finish in the Linksfield Open tournament in London.
Tributes have come flooding in after three members of the same family died following a horrific car crash in Tamworth.
Maggie Stewart, 42, her son Damian, 16, and his cousin Dion Walker-Smith, 15, were killed after their car collided with a lorry, when they were on their way to a family meal.
A bar in Hanley has installed a new game to keep punters entertained – while they are having a wee!
The Walkabout bar on Trinity Street is the first in the country to install a computer game in the men’s loo that involves technology controlled by urine.
Volunteers are needed to unearth the treasures of Middleport Pottery that are currently being stored at the Spode factory in Stoke.