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.
Detectives have been given more time to question a man arrested in connection with the murder of a 39-year-old man in Worcester.
Police have been granted an additional 36 hours to question the man who was arrested in Birmingham in the early hours of the 4th January. He remains in custody at Worcester Police Station.
The victim, Adrian Locke, aged 39, was discovered by paramedics on Teme Road in the Tolladine area at 7.22pm on the 2nd January.
Mr Locke was confirmed dead at the scene shortly afterwards.
A post-mortem examination established the cause of death to be a stab wound to the torso.
Police have named the man who was found with multiple stab wounds outside a house in Worcester yesterday.
Adrian Locke, 39, was discovered by paramedics on Teme Road in the Tolladine area at 7.22pm after a call from members of the public.
Mr Locke, who was of no fixed abode, was confirmed dead at the scene shortly afterwards.
Police say Mr Locke, whose family are believed to be from Worcestershire, was staying with a friend when he was found outside a neighbouring property.
Leading the investigation Chief Inspector Paul Kinsella said:
– Chief Inspector Paul Kinsella, West Mercia Police
"The investigation team are at a very early stage in their inquiries and need to speak to anyone who knew Adrian and who saw him yesterday.
"They are particularly interested in his whereabouts between 5pm and 7.20pm.
"We need to trace anyone who was at the scene, particularly before the emergency services arrived.
"We are especially keen to hear from anyone who saw someone or some people make off from the scene, whether that was on foot, by bike or in a vehicle."
Police have started a murder investigation after a man was found dead in Worcester.
Officers were called to the Tolladine area of the city shortly before 7.30pm last night. The victim was pronounced dead outside a house on Teme Road a short time later.
Forensic searches are taking place and police are appealing for witnesses.
A murder investigation has been launched after a man died following an assault in Worcester.
Officers were called by the ambulance service to Teme Road in the Tolladine area of the city at 7:22pm last night.
The man who was seriously injured outside a property was pronounced dead at the scene.
The area around the property has been cordoned off and police are appealing for witnesses.
A post-mortem examination will take place in due course.
West Mercia Police are looking for a woman who has gone missing in Worcester.
Helen Fisher, who is 61 and from Bromyard Road, in Worcester, was reported missing just after 7pm last night.
Mrs Fisher, who also goes by the name of Lanna, was not at home when her husband returned last night.
"We are unaware of any reason why Mrs Fisher would go missing. Her behaviour is completely out of character."
Inspector Stuart Murphy, Search Co-ordinator.
Police officers, police dogs and the force's helicopter are all involved in the search that is currently ongoing in the Worcester and Broadheath area as a result of a possible sighting of Mrs Fisher yesterday afternoon.
West Mercia Police are urging anyone with information to come forward.
Worcester ParalympicsGB archer Mel Clarke says she is proud of her silver medal.
Mel took silver after getting to the archery final against fellow ParalympicsGB teammate Danielle Brown.
Mel was beaten 6-4 by the 2008 Paralympic champion from West Yorkshire in a tense final of the women's individual compound competition. However, Mel says she is overcome with a mixture of emotions after her medal success.
Replacement bus service running on London Midland between Stourbridge Junction and Kidderminster, and between Stourbridge Junction and Worcester Shrub Hill due to engineering works.