Our guest blogger writes about how the Express and Star’s biased stories are costing tax payers money.
Emergency services were today called to Cambridge Street near Wednesfield shortly after 4am where they found a man in his early 30s who had been badly burnt.
Later this week residents in Wednesfield and Ashmore Park will receive their new ‘food caddies’ which are aimed at recycling waste food.
The Express & Star are reporting that a panther-like cat has been spotted in Wednesfield.
The Express & Star recently featured an article about Mark and Lisa Edge who run a sanctuary at their Wednesfield home for unwanted or injured crows, ravens, magpies and rooks and have 37 birds in their care.
As reported by WV11.co.uk on our Facebook page, early on Saturday morning a fire took hold in a row of shops on Lichfield Road, Wednesfield. The fire which began at Silver & Co accountancy, based on the first storey of the shopping complex soon burnt through the ceiling into the Penguin Cafe below.
With all the Government cuts and austerity measures an announcement was made yesterday on the fate of the Building Schools for the Future scheme. Building Schools for the Future (BSF) is a long-term programme of investment and change in Wolverhampton. It will provide in excess of Â£300 million to transform education for secondary age students […]