Pressure continues to build on Stratford MP Nadhim Zahawi following Sunday’s decision by prime minister Rishi Sunak to sack him from the government
Disappointment was voiced after Stratford was once again left out of the government’s levelling-up funding.
A widow has been left upset and angry after her husband’s memorial bench was vandalised.
Stratford District Council the first local authority in the country to seek advice from the Met Office in devising its house-building strategy.
A driver has described how she is often forced to brake to avoid a “pile-up” while travelling on the A46.
Wellesbourne Airfield has submitted proposals for a new runway to the Civil Aviation Authority.
Fourteen drivers were caught speeding every hour, every day of a 14-day police operation.
Trusted Alcester carer Beverley Broadway stole savings from 94-year-old Mary Williams after falling for dating website scammer
The house was built in about 1855 by Edward Flower of the famous brewing dynasty.
The ambulance trust said delays at hospitals are keeping their staff from responding to calls.
Dorothy Johnson was headteacher at Bidford C of E Primary School.
Experts will be carry out work at Lench Meadows as part of the Riverside Project.
MP Nadhim Zahawi networking in the States the week before new PM announced, economy worsens and refugees are accommodated at Stratford hotel
Warwickshire County Council deputy Cllr Peter Butlin retweets post saying education leaders "don't want to work and don't care about kids"
Postal workers in Stratford district set to continue strike action for better pay and conditions.
Preston Witts reviews the double bill of Spell Book and La liberazione di Ruggiero dall’isola d’Alcina
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