A former member of staff from St Peter's CofE Primary School in Bratton, Telford, will appear before the Wolverhampton magistrates later this morning charged with 16 child sex offences.
English Heritage’s first ever crowd-funding campaign has reached its target of £40,000 to help save the Iron Bridge in just over a week.
Young footballers scored a new playground extension highly after members of the Whitchurch community had their say on its development.
Another young deer has been maimed and “will probably die” after being found trapped on “needless” wire fencing in Telford.
Telford & Wrekin Council have cleared a large illegal encampment including horses, caravans and vehicles from a Dawley sports centre..
Businesses in Shropshire are being invited to a seminar where they can learn how to comply with strict new data protection laws and defend themselves from cyber-attacks.
Concrete specialists at a Shropshire firm have joined forces with a renowned agricultural supplier to help farmers create the very best environment for their animals.
Small businesses in Shropshire that trade overseas are being urged to get their entries in for the regional heat of a nationwide competition before the January deadline.
Leading law firm mfg Solicitors has given its seal of approval to the Severn Valley Railway Charitable Trust.
Red-hot favourites Shrewsbury Town must avoid complacency as they travel to bottom side Bury.
Telford and East Shropshire dominated the top prizes at the county’s first secondary schools mini School Games festival of the new academic year.
In the Shrewsbury & District Air Rifle League's Bell Target League this week, Halfway House reinforce their position at the top of the table.
A dramatic contest ends with a late winner for Shrewsbury Town despite spending a large portion of the second half with ten men.
More than £3,000 was raised for a campaign to help a three-year-old boy take his first steps unaided after fundraisers took on the UK Mud Run.
Shropshire groups who have benefited from a charity campaign have gathered to celebrate their success.
A charity shop in south Shropshire is to host its first ever art exhibition in the run up to Christmas.
Cancer information and support is coming to Shrewsbury Town Football Club on Saturday 25 November, courtesy of Macmillan Cancer Support’s mobile service.
Festive preparations are underway at the Severn Valley Railway ahead of the imminent arrival of its much-anticipated Christmas 2017 services.
Preparations are well under way for Christmas at Attingham Park the National Trust property on the outskirts of Shrewsbury.
A date has been set for the return of a classical music festival in Shropshire with organisers forced to release tickets early due to popular demand.
The Hive in Shrewsbury is hosting “A Christmas Carol: A Folk Opera”, a retelling of the classic Christmas Carol story performed by folk opera group, Green Matthews.
The region's largest Winter Festival returns to Shrewsbury Quarry for 2017 and will be the perfect event to really get your Christmas started.
Comedy legend Ross Noble will be returning to Shrewsbury in 2018 for two nights with his brand-new comedy tour, El Hablador.
When a Shrewsbury travel agency threw down the gauntlet to find the best family holiday ‘selfie’ they were overwhelmed by the hundreds of entries they received.
A group of pharmacies across Shropshire has reported that more than double the number of flu vaccinations have been administered this year, compared with the same time last year.
A Shropshire wedding event team has been crowned winners once again at the Wedding Industry Awards.
A Shropshire care company is pressing ahead with ambitious expansion plans aimed at taking pressure off the NHS and increasing its potential for the care of more people in their own homes.
When Guy Richie decided to shoot his last film Disney’s live-action Aladdin, he only wanted the best which included Shropshire’s own Lee Wright.
A Shropshire author is celebrating after being nominated for a county business award.