A 37-year-old man who was found with inappropriate images of children has been jailed today at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court (April 13).
Gordon Quick, 37, of Lightwood Road, Longton, was arrested on June 27 2017, after police conducted a search of his property.
A Stoke-on-Trent education chief has called on the Government to help the city’s struggling academies.
Cllr Janine Bridges spoke out after latest Ofsted reports show Stoke-on-Trent schools are 141 out of 151 in UK league tables.
Forty new pay-and-display machines have been installed at parking locations across Stoke-on-Trent where drivers can pay by card and contactless.
The system has been introduced as part of a £400,000 investment by Stoke-on-Trent City Council.
Many of us would love to help dogs and cats living at local shelters this winter, but let’s face it – everyone is very busy at this time of year. There often aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish our own tasks, let alone volunteer, and money can also tight around Christmas time.
Campaign groups in Stoke-on-Trent are fighting back against plans to close community hospital beds.
Residents, councillors and relatives have launched a postcard campaign to lobby Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt after the loss of Longton Cottage, Cheadle and a ward at Hayward.
Alton Towers has officially launched the world’s first virtual reality roller coaster.
The latest attraction, revealed by the Staffordshire theme park today (January 11),, is called Galactica and will see riders launched into outer space with a 3.5G-force launch.
Longton Rugby captain George Glenn says they have to treat every game as a cup final in their survival bid.
Longton are currently on a poor run of form having not won in six games. They are also only one place above the relegation zone, with Newbold only six points behind them.
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Stoke-on-Trent artists have been pooling their talents for an exhibition with a difference – in an empty swimming pool!
The new ‘Dust’ exhibition aims to support Stoke-on-Trent’s bid for City of Culture in 2021.
Irish folk brothers Alfie and Harry Hudson Taylor performed an acoustic one off gig at Keele University.
The Dublin duo were called back to the university as part of the Coffee House Tour competition, which involved students voting for the pop/folk pair they most want back to perform.
Staffordshire plays an important role in this special day, StaffsLive takes a look at what you can do in Staffordshire this Remembrance Day.