Finishing touches are taking place at West Bromwich Collegiate Academy in readiness for the start of term.
Dudley Council is unveiling the latest design visuals for a brand new Dudley Leisure Centre, set to open in 2021.
A Black Country firm has won the contract to supply Dudley Council’s catering uniforms for the next three years.
High Street retailers and coffee shops could be offered the chance to set up in the region’s railway stations.
A pilot scheme has been launched which could see Dudley Council collecting more council tax than ever before – giving vital funding to services.
Business leaders across the West Midlands are urging employers to reduce their exposure to risk in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Traffic diversions are to be implemented on Broad Street from Monday 2 September as work to extend the West Midlands Metro to Edgbaston enters a new stage.
A new trophy has been announced for next year’s Thrive West Midlands Mental Health Star Awards, in memory of Cariss Evans, a posthumous winner at this year’s ceremony in January.
Sandwell Valley Country Park had their busiest weekend this year with thousands of people visiting over the Bank Holiday.
National Government has recently announced that the HMRC will allocate more than 88,000 businesses with an Economic Operator Registration and Identification number
3,600 students who live or study in Sandwell have had their exam results.
Nearly £500,000 has been added to the West Midlands Combined Authority’s unique Apprenticeship Levy Transfer Fund,
Young people getting their GCSE results today have been guaranteed an extra bonus – half-price travel on trams, trains and buses.
Drivers in Sandwell will soon be able to pay to park in council car parks using a cashless parking app.
Hadley Group chairman Stewart Towe won the lifetime achievement award at the recent Nachural Summer Business Awards.
More than a dozen organisations came along to a showcase event for West Midlands Combined Authority’s Thrive at Work programme.