Four children that were found dead following a house fire in the Highfields area of Stafford this morning (5 February) have been named by detectives.
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Stafford Borough Council has reacted to the house fire in Stafford this morning (5 February) after four children were found dead.
Stafford Borough Council are appealing for volunteers who can offer support and reduce the loneliness of the elderly in the town.
A former MOD site could be transformed into a ‘garden village’ on the back of HS2 plans.
Teams of pancake flippers raced to victory in Stafford’s annual Pancake Day race.
A total of 14 teams from businesses and charities crowded into Market Square to show off their Shrove Tuesday skills.
Runners are being urged to get out of the blocks quickly to snap up their places for the 2017 Stafford Half Marathon.
A record 4,000 runners could be on the starting line next year as organisers increase the capacity again, up from 2016’s previous record of 3,500.
Stafford councils have joined forces to raise money for the Gurkha Welfare Trust to support thousands hit by the devastating Nepal earthquake.
Thousands of pounds in donations have been sent from people across Staffordshire and the West Midlands.
Stafford town centre has had more than its fair share of woes during the economic downturn. Vacancy rates are high and many empty retail units line Stafford’s High Street.
Now retailers in the north end fear the new Riverside complex will create a divide in the town. Richard Hilton reports.
Pancake fans have been going flippin mad in Stafford during the town’s annual pancake race.
Hundreds turned out in the Market Square to watch the 15th annual event take place.
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.