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One person has had to be released using cutting gear and airlifted to hospital after two HGVs and a car collided this morning at Emstrey Roundabout.
Staff at a Shropshire day nursery group have expanded their help into the community by opening their doors as drop-off points for the new Telford Baby Bank.
Staff at Shropshire’s specialist orthopaedic hospital have let their moustaches run wild throughout Movember – all in a bid to raise money and awareness.
John Abrahams, who enjoyed playing for Shropshire County Cricket Club towards the end of his successful playing career, has been appointed as the club’s new Director of Cricket.
Captain Holly Mowling hailed the newcomers introduced to the Shropshire ladies side at the LTA’s Winter County Cup - while Alex Parry, captain of the men’s team, insisted his side will come back stronger following a challenging weekend.
Tinnitus support groups which meet in Shrewsbury and Telford have become two of the first groups in the country to be awarded the Gold Standard for tinnitus support groups by the British Tinnitus Association.
Firefighters have this morning been dealing with a roof fire at The Range Store in Shrewsbury.
Shrewsbury residents are being asked to be extra vigilant as a number of attempts to defraud people out of their bank savings have been reported to the police.
A laser scan survey of Grade II Listed Aqueduct Bridge and its immediate surroundings in the village of Aqueduct in Telford and Wrekin is begin carried out this week.
A man has been given a suspended prison sentence for fraud for claiming financial support from Telford & Wrekin Council while failing to declare he was working as a male stripper and a fire eater.
A new state-of-the-art CT scanner is up and running at the Princess Royal Hospital in Telford – with the first patients to use it being scanned this week.
A Shropshire college has been named in the top 100 senior schools for cricket in the UK for the third year running.