Hundreds expected as airmen based in Stafford march through the town as part of Battle of Britain commemorations.
Stafford Borough Council have introduced a 'rogues gallery of fly tipping' online to help track down offenders.
Queen's Birthday Honours in Staffordshire
Twenty nurses will today begin a three-month secondment to help man the wards at struggling Stafford Hospital.
The nurses, from the University Hospital of North Staffordshire, have been drafted in to help out as the scandal-hit Mid-Staffordshire NHS Trust struggled to find experienced senior nursing staff.
The nurses were inducted at the hospital yesterday and begin working on the wards today.
It comes after the Royal Wolverhampton Hospital announced it would open an extra 15-bed ward to help accommodate emergency patients from South Staffordshire to help out.
NHS campaigner Julie Bailey has dedicated her CBE to her late mother - whose death promoted a campaign to expose the neglect of patients at Stafford Hospital.
Ms Bailey founded the campaign group Cure The NHS after being appalled by the care she witnessed her mother receive at the hospital.
Ms Bailey has been awarded a CBE for her services to the care of older people in the New Year Honours List.
She said: "I am deeply honoured to receive this award as an important acknowledgement of our struggle for a better NHS. I am certain that my mum would be extremely proud of me and it is to her I dedicate not only this award but also our continuing struggle for a safer health service."
A man has been charged with murdering a pensioner in Stafford on Christmas Day.
Bernard James Smith, who was 83 and known locally as Jim, died after an incident at the junction of Shakespeare Road and Wordsworth Avenue at around 12:50am.
A post-mortem examination found he had died from multiple chest injuries.
Joseph Nicholas Moscicki, from Wokingham in Berkshire has been charged with murder and failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis.
The 22-year-old is due to appear this morning at Cannock Magistrates.
Plans for the future of crisis-hit Stafford Hospital will be outlined later today.
Special administrators appointed by the government to look into the running of Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust will publish their final recommendations.
In April an interim report recommended the trust which runs Stafford Hospital and Cannock Hospital should be dissolved.
A former chief nurse at troubled Stafford Hospital who told a colleague she was a "waste of space" has been found guilty of exposing patients to danger.
Janice Harry failed to make sure there were enough nurses on a number of wards at the hospital including A&E, putting patients at risk, the Nursing and Midwifery Council ruled.
A disciplinary hearing was told that between 1998 and 2006, she also failed to ensure patients were fed and given water, and failed to protect their dignity and privacy.
The panel will now decide what sanctions to impose on her. She will be reprimanded for telling a colleague she was a "waste of space".
The overhead power lines at Stafford railway station had to be switched off while emergency services rescued a man who suffered "extensive burns" from overhead cables.
An investigation has now been launched by the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) as it appears the man somehow came into contact with electricity from the lines.
The power was back on by 10am but trains were delayed while the rescue operation took place.
National Rail spokesman Ben Herbert said the man was not on the station at the time, and said it was not yet clear whether he had been a National Rail worker or a contractor.
The man, in his 20s, was taken to the major trauma centre at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A member of staff has suffered "extensive burns" in an industrial accident at Stafford railway station today.
The man, in his 20s, was rushed to the major trauma centre at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital for treatment after the incident, which happened shortly before 8.40am today.
The Rail Accident Investigation Bureau is investigating the incident.
Ron Street, a friend of Gillian Astbury's, has said: "Today’s acknowledgement of guilt by the Trust does little by way of justice against those individuals who permitted such unsafe practices for so long".
"Senior members of the [Mid Staffordshire NHS] Trust Board, who were responsible for implementing this system of unsafe work at the hospital whilst Gillian was in their care, have never been held to account"
The Health and Safety Executive has said "Her [Gillian Astbury's] death was entirely preventable. She did not get the insulin she needed to control her diabetes."
Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of Gillian Astbury and we apologise for the dreadful care Ms Astbury received at Stafford Hospital in April 2007.
We have been very open and candid and have cooperated fully with the Health and Safety Executive throughout its investigation.
– Maggie Oldham, chief executive at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust
The Trust offered no defence to the charge which the Health and Safety Executive brought against it today and accepts the court's decision to refer the case to the Crown Court.
Although of little consideration to Ms Astbury's family, we can assure them that we have done everything we can to put right those things which went so very wrong in 2007 and that the standard of care now provided at the hospital has improved considerably over the last few years, as has been recognised by many independent organisations and individuals.