City of Wolverhampton Council has secured funding from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) to help improve air quality in the city.
West Midlands Mayor, Andy Street commissioned new machinery at A&M EDM, precision engineers in Smethwick.
Commuters at a Birmingham railway station got a surprise when they were serenaded by a Black Country poet during a visit from the Mayor of the West Midlands.
A high level group of West Midlands business, trade union and political leaders came together today to map out what support the regional economy will need to successfully navigate a no-deal Brexit.
The cost of a four-week West Midlands Metro tram ticket is being cut by £4 to celebrate the launch of the Swift on Mobile smartphone app.
The Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership Annual Conference for 2019 will take place on Thursday 21st March.
Pick of the Pops is a new exhibition that showcases an iconic collection owned by City of Wolverhampton Council.
Ian Reid has been confirmed as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Organising Committee (OC), the team organising the largest event ever to be staged in the West Midlands.
West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is rallying the region to turn #BlueMondayGreen next week with the launch of the This is Me West Midlands campaign.
Dudley Council will continue to change the way it works with local businesses when it rolls out its biggest business open evening to date.
City of Wolverhampton residents and businesses are being invited to have their say on the city’s Strategic Economic Plan.
Latest figures show City of Wolverhampton rough sleepers’ operational group is making an impact in getting people off the streets – but it recognises more needs to be done.
A plan to use new powers for tackling anti-social behaviour on buses in the West Midlands, will be considered by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) next Friday (January 11).
Think Employment are going to offer more one-week training courses in 2019 that boost people’s chances of finding work.
Online marketplace eBay today announced that businesses on its Retail Revival programme, a partnership with the City of Wolverhampton to help small retailers online, have reached £1 million in sales in just three months.
Wolverhampton Literature Festival in February (Friday 1 to Sunday 3) has a host of talks and readings across the city centre to enjoy.