In this weekly blog for The Herald, Duncan Nealon will be updating readers on his training for the Shakespeare Marathon, in aid of Meningitis Now.
Tamsin Rosewell, an illustrator and bookseller, was tasked with creating the artwork for the Stratford Literary Festival programme.
Cybersafe Warwickshire has warned dating app users of the risks of being defrauded.
The market, usually held every Friday on Rother Street, has been cancelled this week.
The Green Bus services running to schools in Stratford and Alcester have been suspended for Friday.
The world famous locomotive will be travelling to Worcester from London Paddington on Saturday.
Winds of up to 70mph are expected in Warwickshire on Friday.
Norman Lee, from Wilmcote, attended the anniversary event of the Apollo 13 mission in Cape Canaveral.
Tickets are £10 with money being donated to the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Upcoming works to build a new roundabout on Evesham Road are expected to take a year to complete.
Herald reporter, David Adamson, was taken on a tour of the Fred Winter Centre ahead of its opening on Monday.
Mandy Allwood, once known around the world as 'Octomum', is paid tribute to by Yard of Ale landlord, Mark Beard.
The work to repair the pavements on Wood Street is affecting local businesses.
The funeral for Mandy Allwood, who became famous across the world in 1996, is taking place today (Friday).
The Wheely Wonderful ladies cycling group meet every Saturday morning on Waterside.
Freddie King, a former student of Stratford College, has landed the lead in a West End musical.
Jodi Ferguson, from Northend, has just completed production on her short film in America.
Ian was involved in lots of community work in Stratford and was consort to his wife, Joan, when she was the town's mayor.
Update on the development off Severn Meadows road in Stratford.
A Rother Street car park is adding further signs reminding disabled drivers to scan their blue badges.