Police are appealing for witnesses or information following a car fire in Telford during the early hours of this morning.
Students across Shropshire are today opening their A Level results as they nervously find out the grades they have worked so hard to achieve.
Shrewsbury Town boss Paul Hurst was thrilled to see his side win three on the spin, after their 3-2 victory against Rochdale.
Shrewsbury Town edge a thrilling contest to maintain their 100% start to the 2017/18 campaign.
Hawkstone Hall has this week been granted change of use planning permission to become a luxurious wedding & events venue and hotel.
Nathan Rous PR has welcomed a new team member - the second big hire of the year for the Shropshire-based PR agency.
A Shrewsbury telecoms company has boosted the O2 phone signal for thousands of people around Shrewsbury Business Park.
A national charity which plans to create a sanctuary garden for patients with spinal injury at the RJAH was one of the exhibitors at this year's Shrewsbury Flower Show.
An enchanting production of Shakespeare’s classic, A Midsummer Night’s Dream will visit Shrewsbury’s Theatre Severn this September.
Discover how the Victorians harnessed steam to power their engines and other machines this weekend when Blists Hill Victorian Town will be ‘in steam’.
The inaugural Oswestry CultureFest will be held across Oswestry town centre this Saturday and will run alongside the Shropshire Produce Market.
Telford Town Park is hosting a free active adventure game during the school summer holidays.
Firefighters will showcase their skills at an open day at Wellington Fire Station on August 19.
The Telfood Feastival is returning to Telford on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 September 2017 with a range of food delights for everyone.
English Heritage owned Stokesay Castle, near Craven Arms has opened a brand new tea room in neighbouring Stokesay Cottage.
Blists Hill Victorian Town is the star location for the final episode of a TV food history programme set to air on BBC Two on 2 August.
Shrewsbury Market Hall is to become a regular Saturday night food and drink venue following the big success of two recent late evening openings.
A former Shropshire primary school teacher is launching a new career as a children’s author after publishing her first book.
Indie authors from across the county and beyond will be heading to Whitchurch later this year to brush up on their writing skills.
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