The prestigious BP Portrait Award will return to Wolverhampton Art Gallery on Saturday, October 13.
Six months of works have started to turn more than 90 per cent of the former Wolverhampton Environment Centre (Central Plant Nursery) into a Local Nature Reserve (LNR).
The latest edition of the Black Country LEP newsletter is available now, featuring the most up-to-date information about business initiatives, events and successes in the region.
Apprentices working at City of Wolverhampton Council have come together to help raise the profile of apprenticeships in the city.
Today (Friday 27 July) marks four years to go until the start of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
A new two minute film promoting Dudley’s top attractions has just been released.
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Closer ties have been forged between City of Wolverhampton Council and City of Wolverhampton College to secure the college’s financial future.
Small to medium-sized businesses in the West Midlands are being invited to sign up for a trial to help employees Thrive at Work.
Wolves’ Championship title triumph and spectacular open top bus parade is to be celebrated in a free exhibition at Wolverhampton Art Gallery.
Countryside has submitted its full planning application to build hundreds of homes at Bilston Urban Village.
Drones could be used to help emergency services deal with traffic incidents, research by Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has found.
The West Midlands is one of just seven regions worldwide taking part in a new pilot scheme to teach self-driving cars the rules of the road.
City of Wolverhampton residents on Thursday celebrated learning success at an event designed to show them their next steps towards employment or further education.
Black Country Councils are celebrating after having some of their exemplary work with small and medium sized firms recognised at the Federation of Small Businesses’ (FSB) Staffordshire and West Midlands Local Authority ‘Small Business Friendly Awards’.
Public transport in the West Midlands is to get a brand new look in what is a UK first.