The search for investors willing to develop prime sites around Kidderminster is proving "challenging" - but residents need to keep the faith and get behind the town's vision, urged the district's council leader Marcus Hart.
Key sites including the former Glades leisure centre, retail premises in Worcester Street, and the former
Plans which would allow more than 6,000 homes to go up across Wyre Forest - including more than 2,800 on the Green Belt - have been criticised for including too few "affordable" options.
A new village at Lea Castle, near Cookley, and an extended new estate east of Kidderminster would provide
A homelessness campaigner's bid to clarify who are "genuinely homeless" people in Kidderminster by issuing them with photo ID cards has sparked a vigorous debate.
Dave Griffin, who recently won an award from Kidderminster Town Council for his community work and owns entertainment company Quads n Castles, announced his plan to
Dozens of new signs declaring Stourport as a Neighbourhood Watch heartland are due to appear around the town as part of a concerted fightback against crime in the community.
The initiative aims to send a clear "keep out" message to criminals tempted to target homes and cars, coupled with a new
THE tenants of Crown House - the Kidderminster office block once labelled one of the country's biggest eyesores - have pulled out of plans to demolish it at the 11th hour, to the anger of district council chiefs.
Telereal Trillium are citing 'financial reasons' for their decision to renege on
Two men who died in a Kidderminster B&B this summer are among at least 449 people across the UK whose lives ended this year while homeless or living in temporary accommodation.
The deaths of Terry Taylor, 53, and Michael Hill at the Lion Hotel in Bromsgrove Street came just two days