The Bishop of Worcester, the Rt Rev John Inge, has been appointed to an ancient post by the Queen today.
Over 500 jobs from 35 employees are on offer at Worcestershire's largest jobs fair.
Former University of Worcester students will put on their caps and gowns today, more than 60 years after finishing their degrees.
Figures released by Allianz Your Cover Insurance show that the average commuter in Britain spends over a week driving to and from work each year, leaving almost a third of drivers 'frazzled' before they even arrive at work.
– Jon Lott, Allianz Your Cover Insurance
People are spending nearly an hour a day commuting and a third (32%) are frazzled before even arriving at work, feeling rushed, stressed and anxious from their morning journey, which is isn't a good way to start the working day.
The research also revealed that bringing down the costs of motoring would make drivers happier about their daily journeys.
Northampton has been named the city in pole position for top commuting while Coventry is said to be the worst city to travel to and from work.
Jon Lott also said: "31% of commuters we spoke to feel tired when driving home from work, when roads are often at their busiest, so it's important to keep alert in order to respond to other drivers who may have had a bad day at the office."
Drivers in Britain spend over a week behind the wheel every year, according to Allianz Your Cover Insurance.
The average UK employed person works 233 days a year and spends an average of 47 minutes on their commute to and from work.
The average daily commute is 30.6 miles, over 7,000 miles a year.
Northampton is in pole position as the top commuting city with 75% of drivers enjoying their daily journey.
However, 36% of commuters in Coventry are being driven round the bend by their commute.
Northampton is also the home of the UK's calmest commuters.
Police are putting out an urgent appeal for the public's help in tracing an 11-year-old girl who has gone missing in Worcester.
Sharna Woodcock was last seen at 11:15am this morning when she left her home in Canterbury Road, Ronkswood, to visit the local Co-op, but she has not been seen since.
Initial police inquiries suggest she never arrived at the store.
Sharna is described as being mixed race, 5ft to 5ft 2ins tall, with long, shoulder-length frizzy hair, which she was wearing down when she left home.
She was wearing a grey jumper with a face on the front, black tracksuit bottoms, black school shoes and a dark green, waist-length khaki coat with a fur-lined hood.
– Stephanie Brighton, Inspector West Mercia Police
We need to find Sharna as soon as possible and make sure she is safe. If anyone has seen her walking around Ronkswood or playing in one of the local parks, please contact us as soon as possible.
A man is due at Worcester Crown Court charged with murder. 39-year-old Adrian Locke from Droitwich was found with stab wounds in the Tolladine area of the city earlier this month.
Micah Golding was arrested in Birmingham on Sunday and charged with murder and drugs offences.
A man has appeared in court charged with murdering 39-year-old Adrian Locke.
21-year-old Micah Golding was charged with murder and two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.
He was remanded into custody and is due to appear at Worcester Crown Court tomorrow.
A man has been charged with murdering 39-year-old Adrian Locke.
Mr Locke, of Wych Road, Droitwich, was found with stab wounds outside 42a Teme Road in Worcester at around 7:20pm on 2nd January. He was confirmed dead at the scene.
A man in his 20s has been charged with murder and two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.
He is due to appear at Worcester Magistrates' Court today.
A second man has been arrested connection with the murder of a 39-year-old man in Worcester.
Adrian Locke from Droitwich, was found by paramedics with stab wounds on Wednesday evening (2 January). He was confirmed dead at the scene.
On Sunday evening (6 January) a man in his 20s was arrested in Birmingham and is being held in custody at Worcester Police Station.
It follows the arrest on Friday (4 January) of another man in Birmingham who was also in his 20s. This morning, he was charged with three offences related to drug dealing and the possession of a firearm
The family of a man stabbed to death in Worcester last week have paid tribute to their ‘loveable rogue'.
On Wednesday evening (2 January), 39-year-old Adrian Locke was found with stab wounds in the Tolladine area of the city. He was confirmed dead at the scene.
His mother Lilly says:
– Lilly Locke, mother of Adrian Locke
Adie has sometimes been on the wrong side of the law, but he was a loveable rogue.
His family was his life and he was a brilliant uncle to his nieces and nephews, who idolised him. He was always generous and couldn't do enough for them.
He was a big kid himself and a real joker who was always teasing the kids with all sorts of tricks.
Anyone with information should contact West Mercia Police.