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Farage issues rallying call to voters ahead of police election

Dudley News:

5:50pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

UKIP leader Nigel Farage MEP issued a rallying call to borough voters ahead of tomorrow’s police and crime commissioner election.

Sedgley police get tough on parkers who put pedestrians in danger

Dudley News:

11:04am Friday 8th August 2014

POLICE in Sedgley are getting tough with inconsiderate motorists whose poor parking blocks paths putting pedestrians in danger.

Council says Sedgley woman not ill enough for help - despite chronic lung disease

Dudley News:

9:58am Wednesday 16th July 2014

A SEDGLEY woman with chronic lung disease has been denied help from Dudley Council - because she is not ill enough.

Former Dudley school IT manager admits breaching sex offenders protection order

12:00pm Friday 30th May 2014

A FORMER Dudley school IT manager caught with more than 2,000 indecent photographs of children has admitted breaching his Sexual Offenders Protection Order.

Two hurt after car hit wall in Sedgley

Dudley News: Th ewrecked car after the smash in Dudley. Picture from West Midlands Fire Service

11:25am Tuesday 13th May 2014

TWO young women were treated for minor injuries after a car smashed into a wall St Chad and All Saints Church, Dudley Road, Sedgley.

Sedgley shop steward leading tribunal claim for a dozen laid-off workers

Dudley News: Former St Ambrose teacher accused of historic sexual abuse appears in court

12:05pm Wednesday 7th May 2014

A SEDGLEY shop steward is leading a legal fight for compensation for a dozen former employees of a West Midlands development firm.

Sedgley charity lines up a Villa thriller

Dudley News: Two goals from Joe Kidd earned him the Man of the Match award for Halton Borough.

4:47pm Tuesday 6th May 2014

SEDGLEY based Beacon Centre for the Blind will be staging a charity football match against a high profile Aston Villa Old Stars side to help raise much needed funds.

Black Country ambulance bosses condemn training centre power cable thieves

Dudley News: Black Country ambulance bosses condemn training centre power cable thieves

2:08pm Friday 2nd May 2014

AMBULANCE service bosses have condemned the actions of criminals who stole a 40-foot stretch of electricity cable which powers a Black Country paramedic training centre.

Work under way at new Sedgley church cafe

1:00pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

WORK has begun on a new community cafe at a Sedgley church which will provide services for vulnerable people of all ages.

Cyclists boost Beacon Centre for the Blind

Dudley News: Cyclists boost Beacon Centre for the Blind

12:30pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

SEDGLEY based Beacon Centre has been boosted by the efforts of cyclists Graham Hodson and Mel Perry who have spent the week pedalling their way around all the major football grounds in the North West of England.

Sedgley pub returns to top spot in beer buff's vote

Dudley News: Sponsors invited to British Legion beer festival

12:59pm Friday 28th March 2014

A SEDGLEY pub’s glass is definitely half-full after being voted joint best by South Staffordshire beer buffs.

Sedgley Beacon fans say friends group could mean cash for improvements

Dudley News: Council pays out £543 in compensation

10:36am Monday 17th March 2014

SEDGELY Beacon could be in for extra help if plans for a new friends group get off the ground.

Drunk teen attacked pair in "shocking" Sedgley violence

Dudley News: Carpenter jailed over kicking old pal in the head

2:57pm Thursday 13th March 2014

A DRUNK Black Country teenager who went looking for trouble in Sedgley attacked two young men in "shocking" violence.

Young Sedgley flyers cash in on crooks' seized swag

Dudley News: Council pays out £543 in compensation

4:00pm Thursday 13th February 2014

YOUNG flyers in Sedgley cashed in on crooks’ ill-gotten gains by landing nearly two grand from cops.

Historian on a mission to match World War One memories to memorial

Dudley News: Martin Jones is appealing for memories of World War One soldiers from the area with the war memorial inside All Saints' Church

11:45am Monday 27th January 2014

A HISTORIAN is on a mission to match memories with the names of heroes commemorated on Sedgley’s war memorial.

Thousands remember the fallen at services around Dudley

Dudley News: Armed forces veterans led the parade in Sedgley

11:35am Monday 11th November 2013

THOUSANDS of Dudley people paid tribute to fallen heroes on Remembrance Day at parades and services around the region.

Sedgley church announces autumn fayre date

Dudley News: SPLENDOUR: A beech tree in autumn

4:59pm Tuesday 29th October 2013

ST Andrew's Church in Sedgley will be hosting an autumn fayre on Saturday November 9 from 10am to 1pm.

North Dudley woman arrested after wedding scam allegations

Dudley News: A health care trust worker has been arrested in Merseyside in connection with the investigation into corrupt payments to police and public officials

4:30pm Thursday 24th October 2013

A NORTH Dudley woman suspected of conning over 100 brides-to-be through an online wedding service company has been arrested.

Sedgley drinkers set to hail the ale at new beer fest

Dudley News: Sponsors invited to British Legion beer festival

11:53am Tuesday 24th September 2013

DRINKERS are set to hail the ale at what is believed to be Sedgley's first beer festival.

Sedgley Rev in seventh heaven after marathon charity trek

Dudley News: Revd Canon Stephen Buckley, from All Saints' Church in Sedgley

3:00pm Monday 23rd September 2013

A SEDGLEY vicar is in seventh heaven after completing a marathon trek to raise cash for refugees from war-torn Syria.

Young people put construction training to good use in Dudley

Dudley News: 'Course gave us inspiration'

11:09am Wednesday 18th September 2013

UNEMPLOYED young people in Dudley have been putting construction training to good use creating new children's centre facilities.

Sedgley Beacon set for restoration after £16k cash boost

2:00pm Monday 12th August 2013

AN area earmarked to be declared of special scientific interest in Sedgley is in for restoration after a funding boost.

UKIP MEP now "regrets" 'bongo bongo land' remark made at Black Country meeting

Dudley News: Godfrey Bloom

6:27pm Wednesday 7th August 2013

UNDER fire UKIP politician Godfrey Bloom now says he "sincerely regrets" any offence that may have been taken over the controversial ‘bongo bongo land’ comments that he made at a Black Country meeting.

Black Country UKIP campaigners defend Godfrey Bloom's controversial 'bongo bongo land' comments

Dudley News: Godfrey Bloom

4:37pm Wednesday 7th August 2013

DUDLEY UKIP activists have defended a “flamboyant” Euro MP who sparked a nationwide furore after telling a Black Country meeting that Britain should stop sending aid to ‘Bongo Bongo Land’.

Concern grows for man missing from care home near Sedgley

Dudley News: Missing: Ben Butler

12:51pm Monday 5th August 2013

COPS are becoming concerned for the welfare of man who was reported missing from a care home near Sedgley.

Grant will help fund new homes for borough residents with learning disabilities

4:00pm Thursday 1st August 2013

DUDLEY Council has been awarded £385,000 to build homes for borough residents with learning disabilities and autism.

Tribunal clears Sedgley man accused of industrial spying

Dudley News: CROY Teen girls admit tram attacks

8:00am Friday 26th July 2013

A SEDGLEY man suspected of planning to pass trade secrets to a rival firm after allegedly filming at the factory, has been awarded £10,000 after winning his claim for unfair dismissal.

Woman in custody after man left critically hurt in Sedgley

Dudley News: Police stop 27 drivers during speeding crackdown

10:40am Thursday 18th July 2013

A WOMAN has been arrested after an incident in Sedgley which left a man fighting for his life.

"Genius" teacher from Sedgley gets top marks from pupils

Dudley News: Pictured from left to right: Dan Brookes, Maths teacher Mr Mark Holder and Ellie Fradgely.

11:47am Thursday 27th June 2013

 A POPULAR teacher from Sedgley has been nominated for a prestigious award after being described as an “absolute genius” by pupils.

Prince's Trust programme aims to keep youngsters entertained this summer

9:00am Saturday 22nd June 2013

BORED borough youngsters can discover hidden talents about themselves by joining the Sedgley based Prince’s Trust programme.

Alfie takes to angling like a fish to water

Dudley News: Alfie Northall

3:00pm Friday 21st June 2013

FOUR-year-old Sedgley youngster Alfie Northall could be following in the family footsteps after his father Mark Northall took him fishing for the first time.

Black Country men's charity run clocks up whopping £6.5k total

Dudley News: Black Country men's charity run clocks up whopping £6.5k total

9:00am Friday 7th June 2013

FOUR Black Country men pounded the pavement to clock up a massive running total for a men's cancer charity.

Dudley people to have their say at new community forum meetings

12:51pm Tuesday 4th June 2013

DUDLEY people will be able to speak out on neighbourhood issues at the next round of community forum meetings.

Sedgley people praised for help in search for tragic Frankie Warren

Dudley News: The scene of the search in Sedgely which ended in the discovery of a body believed to be Frankie Warren

11:56am Tuesday 4th June 2013

SEDGLEY people have been praised for their help in a police search which  ended in tragedy.

Life for Shane Watson killers

Dudley News: Victim Shane Watson was beaten and humiliated

12:52pm Friday 10th May 2013

TWO callous Sedgley teenagers who brutally battered a man to death before taking photographs on their mobiles as he was "humiliated and degraded" have both been jailed for life.

Hundreds of people in Woodsetton call for changes to dodgy zebra crossing

Dudley News: Cllr Adam Aston, Cliff Garner, cllr Kieran Casey and Ken Love with the petition calling for an upgrade for the Sedgley Road crossing

2:58pm Tuesday 7th May 2013

HUNDREDS of people in Woodsetton are demanding action to prevent a potentially fatal accident on a dodgy zebra crossing.

Sedgley society set for an AGM takeaway

9:00am Saturday 4th May 2013

SEDGLEY Local History Society will be hosting their annual general meeting on Thursday May 9 at St Andrew's Church, Bilston Street.

Ranting Sedgley man told to cough up compensation

9:00am Thursday 25th April 2013

A RANTING Sedgley man who sent his former girlfriend threatening and abusive voice messages has been ordered to pay compensation.

Police pay tribute to Sedgley community after shocking murder case

Dudley News: Killer Shylon Wishart has been told he will go to jail for life

2:34pm Tuesday 23rd April 2013

POLICE have paid tribute to the community of Sedgley for their help in bringing a pair of teenage killers to justice.

Sedgley gang member caged for huge metal raid

Dudley News: Paul Hawkins, who is behind bars for his part in a massive metal theft which was planned like a military operation

12:37pm Tuesday 23rd April 2013

A SEDGLEY thief is behind bars for his part in a massive two-day raid carried out with military precision.

Living well service set to hit the streets of Sedgley

1:00pm Saturday 20th April 2013

STAFF from a service offering advice for older people are set to hit the streets of Sedgley.

Sloshed Sedgley burglar snoozed his way into jail

2:56pm Wednesday 17th April 2013

A DRUNKEN Sedgley thief got a year-long hangover after he fell asleep in a car outside the home he raided.

Sedgley murder trial - defendant "feared for his safety"

4:11pm Monday 15th April 2013

A DUDLEY teenager accused of the brutal murder of a man found battered to death in a Sedgley alleyway has told a jury he punched out because he feared for his own safety.

Man accused of Sedgley murder admits he lied to cops

4:45pm Friday 12th April 2013

A SEDGLEY teenager accused of murder admitted he lied to police because he was scared about going to prison.

Court told Sedgley murder victim was beaten and humiliated

5:09pm Monday 8th April 2013

THE trial of a Sedgley teen accused of a brutal murder has heard the victim was cruelly humiliated.

Sedgley murder trial set to start next week

5:01pm Friday 5th April 2013

THE trial of a man accused of murdering Shane Watson in Sedgley last July is will get under way next week.

Dudley Inspector to host live web chat

Dudley News: Inspector Gary Malpass

11:30am Tuesday 19th March 2013

DUDLEY residents can quiz sector Inspector Gary Malpass on any policing issue as he takes to the web for a live chat next week.

Old Black Country boundaries to be discussed at Sedgley history group

12:10pm Thursday 7th March 2013

SEDGLEY Local History Society will next meet on Thursday, March 14.

Sedgley pupils take part in celebratory Chinese parade

Dudley News: The Chinese dragon leads the Queen Victoria Primary School parade. Buy photo: 091326L

3:00pm Wednesday 6th March 2013

SEDGLEY came to a halt just for a moment as a 10ft long Chinese dragon took to the streets.

Sedgley school evacuated after vacuum cleaner catches fire

9:21am Wednesday 6th March 2013

STAFF and pupils at Cotwall End Primary School were evacuated after a vacuum cleaner caught fire.



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