City of Wolverhampton Council has been successful with a bid for more than £165,000
In December 2018 Transport for West Midlands published the findings of the public consultation on the proposed Sprint routes.
The regional homelessness taskforce has been given the green light to build on its work
To celebrate the diversity and strength of business in the Black Country, the Black Country LEP is once again leading a Twitter campaign on Sunday 14 July in support of Black Country Day and Black Country businesses.
Innovation in Careers Education – how will you get involved?
Pilot scheme launched to help recover millions in unpaid Council Tax
Celebrating Heath Town 50 at International Fun Day
A former Black Country scrap yard is to be transformed into a new industrial creating 203 new jobs
Homelift manufacturer secures business loan to invest in its stock, upgrade its IT infrastructure and create 16 new jobs in the region
The Thrive at Work Wellbeing Awards Programme is celebrating signing up its 300th business since launching in October.
A poster designed by a Wolverhampton school pupil will be advertised across the West Midlands to encourage more people to leave their cars at home and get on the buses.
The first tenants have moved into purpose-built City of Wolverhampton Council flats in Low Hill designed for clients with mental health needs.
A new exhibition curated by researchers from the University of Birmingham to explore the relationships between humans and animals in art
City of Wolverhampton Council’s funding bid to the government’s Future High Streets Fund has been shortlisted.
Carbon emissions across the seven council areas which make up the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) were cut by 3.8% in a year, new figures show.
Telecoms giant BT has become the latest big employer to sign up to the unique West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) Apprenticeship Levy Transfer Fund.