Following Hanley’s lights switch on last night (15th November), Leek is the next place to follow suit. This year the event will be better than ever.
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Plans to build new houses in Longsdon have been refused because of councillors’ concerns they would disrupt the area’s green belt.
JCM Group Holdings (UK) Ltd, based in Leek, applied for permission to build homes on Leek Road in November 2015.
Hundreds of people gathered in Leek town centre to mark Remembrance Sunday.
Conservative Karen Bradley held onto her seat for Staffordshire Moorlands.
McDonalds has confirmed it is looking to open a restaurant in Leek.
The company says there are no fixed plans, but that the town is one they would like to invest in.
Staffordshire Moorlands District Council has banned sky lanterns on its property.
Staffordshire Moorlands District Council’s Cabinet voted unanimously to ban the release and sale of the lanterns, small hot air balloons popular at outdoor events, on its land.
The Green Party is contesting a record number of seats in North Staffordshire.
At a meeting in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Wenslie Naylon was unanimously voted to contest the Stone Constituency seat at the election in May.
Angry residents in a Staffordshire Moorlands village are fighting plans to demolish a pub they say is an asset to the local community.
The Hollybush Inn, in Brown Edge, near Norton, is the subject of the second planning row after plans to demolish it and replace it with six houses were rejected in October 2014.
A derelict pub in a Staffordshire Moorlands village is to get a new ‘leash’ of life as a dog training centre.
A parliamentary candidate has promised to fight for jobs in Stoke-on-Trent.
Labour candidate Ruth Smeeth is hoping to replace current Labour MP Joan Walley as MP for the Stoke-on-Trent North constituency after the 2015 General Election.