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The towns and villages west of Birmingham around Dudley, Wolverhampton, Sandwell and Walsall prospered from its rich mineral resources from medieval times, particularly through coal mining and ironworking. These towns were at the forefront of the Industrial Revolution in Britain and by the eighteenth century the area was continuously built up and the site of intensive industry and manufacturing.

In the latter part of the twentieth century coal mining in the Black Country rapidly declined and heavy industry and manufacturing moved away. Parishmouse provides a wealth of information about the history of parishes, towns and hamlets throughout the United Kingdom, transcribed from historical books and parish registers.

Further Reading. It will be a cloudy day with some rain and highs of 15C 59F. It will be a cloudy night with blustery wind and rain at times and lows of 10C 50F. After a dry, bright start it will be a cloudy day with some rain later and highs of 13C 55F. More than vehicles were stopped by police on roads around the region during last week, for a range of offences, including one person trying to do paperwork while at the wheel.

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Officers from Warwickshire Police and the Central Motorway Police Group said they patrolled the area in a lorry cab and handed out 71 fines for seatbelt offences, and caught 31 drivers using their mobile phones at the wheel. Warwickshire Police said one lorry driver was found to have faulty brakes, defective tyres and no number plate. Other offences included no insurance, insecure loads, careless driving, and reversing on the hard shoulder. The Violence Reduction Unit aims to cut gun and knife crime and reduce domestic violence.

Birmingham Live. What we are going to look at is, early on, is how do you stop people getting this? How do you inoculate them away from violence is what we need to be looking at. So it is a health related approach. But actually working with people who have already had problems, either with drugs or they have had problems with violence and actually steering those people away from violence. Police found an "Aladdin's cave" of goods stolen from more than 70 homes across the Midlands. Predictions of heavy rain throughout the day have triggered flood warnings and alerts across the West Midlands.

Heavy rain will continue through the evening and into the night with lows of 11C 52F. West Mercia Police has refuted claims that communities will be at risk when its strategic alliance with the Warwickshire force comes to an end in October.

In a joint statement, the Police and Crime Commissioner and chief constable for West Mercia say: "There is absolutely no risk to public safety for the communities served by our force. Anna Church. Weather Presenter. After a dry start rain will move in later with the risk of thunder and highs of 12C 54F. PC Christopher Burnham is being treated for a fractured skull, bleed on the brain and broken knee. Police want to speak to Tekle Lennox after an officer was injured in a hit-and-run in Coventry.

John Hammond. Weather forecaster.

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It will be a largely dry night but some scattered showers are possible with lows of 9C 48F. One of the last surviving pilots from the battle of Arnhem Market Garden during World War Two has been telling his story to mark its anniversary. This week marks the 75th anniversary of the battle which saw glider allied regiments stranded in the Netherlands. The operation, which was designed to shorten the war by creating an invasion route into Germany, ultimately failed and was retold in the film A Bridge Too Far.

About 35, troops landed by parachute and gliders in what was then the largest airborne operation in history. You didn't have time to be terrified, if you had you wouldn't have done anything at all - you'd have just stood there and caterwauled. So we just went and did what we had to do. Blustery showers breaking out with the risk of thunder and highs of 16C 61F. It will be a dry night with clear spells and lows of 13C 50F. PC Christopher Burnham suffered a fractured skull and a shattered knee in the crash in Coventry.

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Birmingham's central library is among those forced to close after workers damage a Broad Street pipe. Three people have been taken to hospital, one in a potentially serious condition, after two cars were involved in a crash in Sutton Coldfield. One of the cars ended up in the front garden of a house, with debris strewn over about yards said the ambulance service.

A teenager was treated for multiple injures and was taken to hospital along with a man in his 20s. A man in his 40s from the other car was treated for non-life threatening injuries and also taken to hospital. An assessment by Birmingham City Council shows 62 cameras no longer met legal requirements. The neighbourhood officer was struck while attempting to stop a car, say police.

Sgt Stephen Shaw, 46, sent an indecent photo to an undercover colleague posing as a year-old girl. Set as your local news? Sutton Coldfield has been saved as your Local News location Close. Our Local News pages have been designed to work with JavaScript. For the full Local News experience please enable JavaScript in your browser. Increase your radius to see more recent local stories. Live Midlands Live: Breaking news and local stories.

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Posted at 10 Oct. Posted at 9 Oct. We're in for a dry night in the West Midlands and it'll be quite breezy:. After a damp start in places, today should stay mainly dry but breezy.


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Posted at 8 Oct. The force is warning residents not to take car keys upstairs at night. View more on twitter. Posted at 7 Oct. Posted at 4 Oct. Parts of the West Midlands could experience heavy rain causing travel disruption on Sunday.