Inquests have been opened into the deaths of seven people from the Midlands killed in the Tunisia terror attacks.Read the full story ›
Temperatures are on the rise and expected to peak on Wednesday as a heatwave hits The MidlandsRead the full story ›
Rain is heading our way later this week find out how it will impact us and all the summer events across The MidlandsRead the full story ›
A tropical storm that has causes chaos in the United States is heading across the Atlantic in our direction. Find out how it will impact usRead the full story ›
Western power Distribution has tweeted residents in parts of Cheltenham could be waking up without power this morning. It's affecting the GL53 postcode area which includes the villages of Seven Springs, Cockleford and Elkstone. The firm's hoping to have power restored by 6:00am.
Sikhs from across the Central region gathered at Hyde Park before taking part in a Remembrance March through Central London.Read the full story ›
Principal at Cheltenham Ladies' College has told The Times the practice of homework will be reviewed in a bid to reduce pupil depression.Read the full story ›
I hope I have not sounded the death knell for the season by saying so! With a period of dry, sunny and warm weather it seems summer is hereRead the full story ›
Temperatures are climbing over the coming days and humidity is increasing but will it actually be a heatwave in The Midlands?Read the full story ›
Nine hundred volunteers at the Gloucestershire & Warwickshire Railway are to be honoured by the queen for voluntary service for their work.
A 15 mile stretch of disused line was bought in 1981 and has since been restored, rebuilt and maintained.
The heritage line between Cheltenham and Broadway now carries 80,000 passengers per year.
The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service will be presented to them in September.