Work to bring Alcester’s Greig Hall back to life is set to be given a shot in the arm by Stratford District Council, with a £50,000 funding boost.
Freezing teacher pay will likely make it harder for schools to recruit and retain staff, according Warwickshire County Council.
Fears that Stratford’s Ambulance Station could be axed are fuelling growing anger about cuts to public services in the town.
Warwickshire County Council has pledged to consider ways of improving safety on Shipston Bridge, following concerns raised by the Town Council.
£1.6million is set to be spent making low-income housing across the district more energy efficient.
A special event to celebrate the huge efforts made by the community to re-open the Fox at Loxley pub is to take place this weekend.
THE former Picturehouse Cinema site is set to become a car park, although the landowner has insisted the plot will become a hotel in the long-term.
The brakes were slammed on Stratford’s Riverside Corridor Project last week with the district council and Town Trust withdrawing their application.
A rogue swan which began causing havoc on the A46 at the weekend was apprehended by the police on Sunday.
A renewed crackdown on county lines drug dealing has been launched by police in South Warwickshire.
Peter Hanna, 61, says he's had enough and wants the situation sorted.
A determined effort to prevent travellers causing more damage and disruption at Alcester Rugby Club seems to have paid off.
History buffs will have to wait until next year for the grand re-opening of the Shipston Museum, with organisers targeting an Easter return.
Work on Stratford’s Fred Winter Centre is almost complete as the hub appointed its new manager last week.
Police are appealing for help to find a missing 14-year-old boy who they believe may be in the Alcester area.
A new trail scheme encouraging Stratford businesses to use electric bikes to instead of cars and vans for town centre deliveries, is to be launched.
THE best-known street in Stratford is to get a lifesaving-defibrillator after planners agreed to its installation.
Safety improvements to two junctions on the notorious A46 near Stratford appear to have been shelved by Highways England.
GCSE students across the district are finding out if all their hard work has paid off this morning.
Campaigners fighting the riverside corridor project are calling for the planning application to be dropped.