Clare Whiteless is 'fully prepared' to face punishment after her son's primary school refused to grant him leave to attend her wedding.
As part of the National Trust's Heritage Open Days ITV News Central has visited an Elizabethan Guildhall used by Shrewsbury drapers.
It's 60 years since the conquest of Mount Everest, it's synonymous with Sir Edmund Hillary, but Midlanders first attempted it.
West Mercia Police have appealed for information to catch a youth who sexually assaulted a 10-year-old girl in broad daylight.
The attacker is described as white and between the ages of 13 and 17.
We need anyone who was in the area of St Michael's Street on Friday afternoon and saw anyone acting suspiciously to get in touch - any tiny piece of information could be useful. We would particularly like to speak to anyone who saw a teenage male with a younger girl between 3.45pm and 4pm.
– Detective Chief Inspector Jon Marsden
Also, if you think you may know who the boy is, you need to contact the police immediately. We believe he is local, not least because he seems to have good knowledge of the area.
West Mercia Police have issued a warning after a 10-year-old girl was subjected to a sustained and serious sexual assault in broad daylight.
The attack happened on Friday afternoon in Shrewsbury as the girl walked along St Michael's Road towards Ditherington Road when she was approached by her attacker.
The attacker thought to be white and aged between 13 and 17 led the girl behind a container near a car wash where he assaulted her.
Police have issued a warning to families with young children to be extra cautious.
Detective Chief Inspector Jon Marsden, who is leading the investigation, said:
I would recommend that, if at all possible, primary school-aged children are supervised when away from home either by yourselves or a trusted adult.
This week it is the Easter holidays, so for the time being, we suggest parents make sure they know where their children are and if possible stay in contact via mobile phone.
Council leaders in Shropshire have welcomed the launch of the new £10 million Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery.
The museum opens its doors today after an extensive regeneration project.
Councillor Steve Charmley, tourism chief for Shropshire County Council, said it would be the "jewel in the crown" of the county.
I'm delighted that the new Museum and Art Gallery will be open to the public so that they can see for themselves the result of our work to restore this unique collection of buildings, as well as the wonderful collection of items that will be on display - many for the first time.
We look forward to welcoming visitors from near and far to what will be a real cultural attraction and a real highlight on Shropshire's tourism map.
– Councillor Steve Charmley, Shropshire County Council
By hosting the Visitor Information Centre, the Museum and Art Gallery will also be a point of arrival for visitors to Shrewsbury and Shropshire and will be a real jewel in the crown for the town and for the county.
A large number of highly skilled people have worked incredibly hard over a long period to make the new Museum and Art Gallery a reality.
The work has been painstaking and often hard, but the results are stunning and I really do hope people will be impressed with what they see and what we have done.
The doors to Shrewsbury's new Museum and Art Gallery will finally open today thanks to a multi-million pound restoration project.
The museum has been installed at the grade II-listed former Music Hall and the 13th century Vaughan mansion, which have both had to be renovated and restored as part of the £10 million scheme.
The scale of the work needed to the buildings was not clear until the project had started, when the level of decay to the historic structures was discovered.
But now, the museum is set to open to visitors for the first time. It can also cater for meetings, conferences and weddings.
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There is a Midlands derby in League One as Port Vale travel to Shrewsbury this weekend.
For the home side it is a tough task as they have not won at home at all this year.
And, since Graham Turner left as manager no one has been given the role long term.
Steve Clamp reports.
game off: tonight's game at Colchester has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch
A man's body has been recovered from the River Severn in Shrewsbury.
Emergency services were called to reports of a man entering the river yesterday evening. After a wide search, which included a police helicopter, a body was recovered from the river near Coseley Avenue.
Police say the description of the man was similar to a man from the Bridgnorth area who was subsequently reported missing. Formal identification has yet to take place.
Large numbers from the emergency services were in Shrewsbury today following a report of a man in the River Severn.
Members of the public contacted the police and fire services after reporting seeing a man entering the river at Welsh Bridge at 5.30pm.
A body was recovered from the river at 6.35pm by police and fire officers near Coseley Avenue.