Wolverhampton has officially thanked dozens of dedicated foster carers for the vital work they do looking after vulnerable children and young people in the city.
Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Black Country LEP area are urged to take advantage of a £10 million skills training fund to upskill their workforce.
Learners, training providers and leaders in adult education came together with the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) to celebrate 100 years of lifelong learning.
City of Wolverhampton Archives are on the hunt for historians, either individuals or groups, who are willing to share their research at the city’s Local History Symposium.
City of Wolverhampton Council is calling for community projects to start applying for its next round of funding through the Crowdfund Wolves platform.
Borough residents are being encouraged to discuss their experiences of dealing with Dudley Council online to help improve the service for users.
Christmas shoppers are being warned to watch out for fraudsters when shopping online during the festive period.
Councillors have approved a planning application for a new council-run leisure centre in Dudley town centre.
Congestion-busting messages designed to keep motorists moving across the West Midlands are being tweeted from one region-wide Twitter account for the first time.
The West Midlands Combined Authority’s drive to increase job and skills opportunities for local people has been boosted by figures showing a rise of more than 2,500 new apprenticeships created in the region.
Local authorities across the West Midlands have pledged to work together to help rough sleepers this winter as part of a coordinated regional response.
A ground-breaking employment programme, run through the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), has helped more than 350 people with long-term physical and mental health conditions into work.
Nearly 17,000 homes were built in the West Midlands last year, meaning the number of homes constructed in the region has more than doubled in the last eight years.
A series of safety videos are being released by West Midlands Metro and Midland Metro Alliance as testing and commissioning intensifies for the Birmingham Westside Metro extension ahead of December’s opening.
This means WMR and LNR will be running a less frequent service than usual on strike days with a reduced number of trains per hour and not all stops being served.
Unemployed Wolverhampton residents are benefitting from a new £100,000 sub regional construction training hub in the city.