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Shrewsbury Town’s status as a League One team was academic, but they suffered defeat to Oxford United in the University city.
Around 3,500 bikers will make their way from Shrewsbury to RAF Cosford today for the annual Bike4Life Ride Out and Festival.
Renowned French-inspired brasserie Côte opens its first Shropshire restaurant on May Bank Holiday Monday. Côte have invested more than £1 million in creating their chic Parisian-style 145 cover brasserie in The Square, Shrewsbury, providing around 40 new jobs in the...
A police incident closed a busy road in Shrewsbury this morning.
Shrewsbury Town’s final match of the season is a trip to the Kassam Stadium on Sunday to face EFL Trophy finalists Oxford United.
A cigar half smoked by Britain’s wartime leader Sir Winston Churchill lit up an auction in Shropshire yesterday as it sold for £1,700.
A Shrewsbury taxi firm has its highest ever number of drivers in the town as it expands to meet record-breaking demand.
Shropshire law firm FBC Manby Bowdler has announced the appointment of a new partner and two associates as part of its on-going strategy for growth and development.
More units have been snapped up at a popular office development in Shrewsbury town centre.
Police in Shrewsbury are appealing for witnesses after a 14-year-old cyclist was assaulted on Welsh Bridge.
A hospital trust board meeting held in Shrewsbury was adjourned for a time today following a protest.
Owners of Cartref Caravan and Camping site in Ford Heath, Shrewsbury have selected Pipekit to supply all pipework needs for its ongoing drainage and pitch improvements.