The Restorative Justice scheme for offenders of anti-social behaviour and vandalism on public transport has recorded a zero percent reoffending rate for the second year running.
The Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF) has appointed a new fund manager and made £40 million available to invest in the region’s small businesses.
Five people have landed new jobs to escape the downward spiral of homelessness and unemployment, thanks to a training programme funded by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
The West Midlands Combined Authority has called on local residents and businesses from the West Midlands to have their say on what they feel should be done to tackle the climate emergency.
Wates Construction has been confirmed as the main contractor for the new Sandwell Aquatics Centre in Smethwick.
A pioneering initiative to promote, inspire and encourage good design across the West Midlands was officially launched today (Thursday Jan 23).
Many across the region have once again signed up for the next Big Black Country Business Fayre planned for the 25th March at Wolverhampton Racecourse.
The Library of Birmingham, Wolverhampton Civic Centre and historic Himley Hall near Dudley are some of the regional landmarks that have been lit up green to mark #BlueMondayGreen.
City of Wolverhampton Council has submitted a bid for £20million to the government’s Future High Streets Fund to help deliver its ambitious city centre vision.
The Regional Transport Coordination Centre, part of a £22 million project to improve coordination across public transport and road networks and manage congestion in the West Midlands, was officially opened today by Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps.
Council Leader, Councillor Ian Brookfield, officially opened the City of Wolverhampton’s first community aquarium and sensory activity centre on Saturday at HugglePets in the Community.
Community organisations from around the city came together today (Friday 17 January) to showcase the work they do for the city’s youngsters and their families as part of the HeadStart Wolverhampton programme.
A major plan to boost security across Dudley borough is gathering pace as the roll-out of a £1.7million new CCTV system nears completion.
City of Wolverhampton Council has installed new digital LED road signage - and is set to make further improvements to city centre footways.
Tenders must be submitted electronically no later than midday 3rd February 2020.
People can report issues to Dudley Council quicker by using the council smartphone app.