Passengers travelling on the 226 Diamond bus route from Dudley to Merry Hill, and residents living in the area, will benefit from cleaner air with the introduction of new ‘green’ buses.
The West Midlands has declared a climate emergency and vowed to take urgent action to cut harmful emissions.
Almost 35 acres of green space has been officially opened on what used to be derelict industrial land in Bilston.
The West Midlands is growing faster than any region outside London
Wolverhampton's Nate Ethan, believed to be the UK's first transgender rapper, has a new fan in the shape of the city’s Mayor, Cllr Claire Darke.
Work has started on an extension to a major Midlands business park which could generate around 1,700 jobs and lever in up to £300 million of investment.
Minister for skills and apprenticeships Anne Milton MP has visited Birmingham to meet the first apprentice hired through the WMCA
Latest figures show City of Wolverhampton’s rough sleepers count has been reduced to single figures.
Wolverhampton Art Gallery will be filled with the astounding sights of the natural world when the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition opens on Saturday (June 29).
From fighting hackers with the latest cyber security techniques to programming robots,
Rogue landlords in the City of Wolverhampton are facing possible legal action after the council’s private housing services team exercised its enforcement powers.
£50million has been injected into the region’s firms with the support of the Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF). Revealed at the MEIF’s anniversary event (18 June), this latest milestone is the result of making over 150 investments in firms located across the Midlands.
People across the West Midlands are being invited to celebrate their community as part of the Mayor’s Community Weekend 2019.
Utility firms who over-run their deadline when digging up roads in Wolverhampton face fines under new powers.
City of Wolverhampton Council has helped secure access to a compensation scheme for businesses
More than 20 colleges across the West Midlands are to work together in an attempt to tackle knife crime.