The funeral for a two-year-old boy from Kidderminster who lost his battle with leukaemia will take place this afternoon.
A minute's applause was held before the Kidderminster Harriers' match today in memory of Charlie Harris-Beard who died yesterday.
The 'Jubilee Time Capsule', run by the Royal Commonwealth Society, is collecting online memories of the Queen, for the Diamond Jubilee.
Proceeds from a ball to be held in memory of Charlie Harris Beard will go to his charity Cords4life.
Charlie from Worcestershire, died in February from leukaemia but his life was prolonged after he received a cord donor transplant from America.
Charlie's parents now want to make sure others can benefit from cord blood donation.
Two-year old Charlie Harris-Beard, who died of leukaemia in February, will be remembered at a ball to be held in May.
Charlied died after battling Acute Myeloid leukaemia in February 2013. All of the proceeds from the ball will go to Charlie's charity Cords4life.
A professional poker player from Kidderminster has been sentenced to 20 years in jail for the murder of his wife in America 16 years ago.
Marcus Bebb-Jones had denied killing his wife Sabrina in 1997 before dumping her body in a Colorado national park, but pleaded guilty earlier this year.
234 jobs are to go at luxury boat builder, Sealine in Kidderminster, after the firm fell into administration.
Baker Tilly Restructuring and Recovery LLP have been appointed administrators to the company which employs 300 people in Kidderminster.
Marcus Bebb-Jones, 49, was arrested for the murder of his wife Sabrina in 2009 at his home in Kidderminster, Worcestershire.
He was accused of spending thousands of dollars on her credit cards before failing in an attempted suicide.
His wife's skull was found in 2004 in a national park near Douglas Pass in north-west Colorado.
A British poker champion from Kidderminster, Worcestershire, is due to be sentenced today for the murder of his wife in America 16 years ago.
Marcus Bebb-Jones faces up to 20 years in jail.
He had denied killing his wife Sabrina in 1997 before dumping her body in a Colorado national park, but pleaded guilty earlier this year.
A man arrested following disorder at yesterday's Football Conference tie between Kidderminster Harriers and Stockport County has been bailed to appear at court on suspicion of common assault.
The man, who is in his 20s, has been given strict bail conditions not to attend football matches. He will appear before Kidderminster Magistrates on May 9.
The arrest followed a pitch invasion by a number of Stockport supporters during the second half of the match.
Players from both sides were confronted by the group and a Harriers player was assaulted. The referee suspended the match and withdrew the players.
West Midlands Safari Park is today celebrating its 40th anniversary.
The 200 acre site has been situated in Bewdley, near Kidderminster, since 1973.
To celebrate its milestone, the park has launched a new drive-through African lion exhibition, which adds to the 1,600 animals on site.
Kidderminster Harriers make a statement following the bus attack after Monday's game against Luton Town.
– Kidderminster Harriers spokes person
"It would be inappropriate to comment specifically on the incident in question as it has now officially become a police matter. If necessary we will do so once any investigation is completed.
"More broadly speaking, the Football Club in no way whatsoever condones any act of violence or aggression and wishes to extend its best wishes for a speedy recovery to anyone who came to harm on Monday."
A Kidderminster Harriers fan has been stabbed twice and another injured in an attack in Luton.
Both were taken to The Luton and Dunstable Hospital after they were attacked on a coach returning from yesterday's match with Luton Town.
Four men have been arrested.