A man who stabbed a boy twice in a confrontation that got out of hand has been jailed at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court.
Devon Dixon, 25, of Barks Drive, Norton, stabbed his victim during a heated argument near his home on June 18, the court heard.
Money Matters week is returning to Stoke-on-Trent for the third time, following the success of previous events.
Stoke City chiefs are backing potential plans to build a new railway stop outside Britannia Stadium.
It is hoped the plans will reduce road congestion around Stoke on match days.
Port Vale manager Rob Page heaped praise on his players this week, who he said make him “proud to be their manager”.
Last Sunday’s well-earned 1-1 draw with Coventry City at Vale Park saw the Valiants go 11 games unbeaten at home in League One.
Stoke-on-Trent pupils from The Co-Operative Academy pupils have been showing a lot of bottle today after they unveiled a poppy display they have been working on since September.
The youngsters have been making poppies from the bottoms of drinks bottles for a stunning art installation.
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.
Families gathered at Gladstone Pottery Museum for the half-term Pottery Painting event.
Admissions started from £1 for all ages to have a go at painting a piece of traditional pottery at the famous factory.