Mark joins his wife, Kathryn Cargill, in wearing the gold chains of office
The light pollution from Wellesbourne Distribution Park has prompted concerns from local residents.
Vandalism saw the play equipment damaged and removed more than a decade ago.
A £40,000 grant from Historic England will fund new research, led by the Stratford Society, into historic buildings in Stratford town centre.
The 80,000sq ft site on Alcester Road could be demolished if other options don't arise.
Staff at the Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance shop in Greenhill Street joined the Superheroes Challenge.
Herald photographer Mark Williamson captured the action as the festival returned after a two-year break.
The 14-year-old, who has autism, goes by the name Jiggles.
An Easter painting competition was organised by Stratford town councillor Cohl Warren-Howles for children in her Avenue ward
Town criers from across the country came to Alcester to take part in the Heart of England Town Criers’ Championship.
The David Garrick statue is back at the town hall ready for a special ceremony on Friday.
Dorothy Johnson, aged 99, has knitted an incredible 2,000 baby bonnets for neonatal units
Charity fundraiser John Davies, known as Stratford's Mr Lifeboatman, has died aged 89
The college is open to offers for Oak House and Willow House on Alcester Road, which could be demolished if a buyer doesn't come forward.
Hussein Mahmoud settled in Stratford after his own country, Syria, was ripped apart by war.
The High Street pub was destroyed by fire almost a year ago.
The Festival of Motoring, taking place from Saturday 30th April to Bank Holiday Monday, has increased the cost for exhibitors to display their cars.
The Shakespeare Hospice revealed the winners of its children's art competition at the Butterfly Farm, held in tribute to Laura Callard.
Campaigners raise concerns about rubbish coming to the surface, but are told there are no risks.
Staffing shortages delayed the reopening of services.