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
Stafford could lose thousands of students under a major review which could see Staffordshire University close its campus in the town.
Staff at the University have been asked for their views on two main options for its future.
The first, keeping two campuses. Or, the second, moving everything to Stoke.
Jeremy Lefroy, Stafford MP, has pledged to fight "tooth and nail" to keep the campus in Stafford.
The recession, higher tuition fees and government demands have all been blamed for the review.
The University's Vice Chancellor, Michael Gunn, told staff that investment was available but it was not unlimited.
The Care Quality Commission has lifted all of its concerns around Stafford Hospital today.
This comes after a number of visits to the hospital on 19th and 20th June this year.
– Lyn Hill-Tout, Chief Executive
“We have been confident for some time that we had made all the improvements which were needed. We are very pleased that the CQC team was able to come in and check for themselves, so that these improvements could be recognised officially.
“All credit goes to our staff who have worked hard to make these changes; this will be a real boost to staff morale and will encourage staff to continue to improve the care we provide for patients. We are not complacent, we know that we still don’t get it right every time for every patient but this report is confirmation that we are definitely well on the way."
Queueing traffic due to accident and rolling road block on M6 Southbound between J14 A5103 Eccleshall Road / A34 (Stafford North) and J13 A449 (Stafford South).
Lane three originally closed due to a car striking the central barrier.
One lane closed due to accident on M6 Southbound between J14 A5103 Eccleshall Road / A34 (Stafford North) and J13 A449 (Stafford South).
– KENNETH DEACON, MEDICAL DIRECTOR
"A and E has more senior doctors than it has had for a number of years. The issue is a that a number of staff are new, a number are still to join.
"A and E is currently safe for the hours it is open."
Stafford Hospital says the decision not to re-open the Accident and Emergency department at night, despite sorting out staffing levels, is based on clinical and safety grounds.
It has be shut at night since December but was expected to re-open next month.
Now it will be October at the earliest before it operates through the night.
The hospital denies there is any hidden agenda to close the unit permanently.
It's been decided not to re-open Stafford Hospital's Accident and Emergency department at night until October.
A&E has been closed overnight since December because of staff shortages but it was hoped that after a recruitment drive it could re-open next month.
However, hospital bosses say more work is needed to 'fully integrate the newly appointed staff in the department'.