The impact of the coronavirus pandemic in Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent has prompted the county’s public and emergency services to declare a major incident.
Plans are well underway at Stafford Borough Council to recruit an army of volunteers ready to help ensure essential supplies get to the most vulnerable people in the area.
A couple of events in Stafford organised by the borough council have been cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The reception area at the Civic Centre in Stafford has become self service.
A road in Stafford will be closed while work is carried out to remove two diseased trees.
The leaders of the three main groups on Stafford Borough Council have come together to ensure council business can continue in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Households across Stafford Borough will be receiving a new blue bag for paper and cardboard from this week (Monday 16 March) in a move to improve the quality of recycling and ensure it stays in the UK for processing.
Music, dancing and street theatre will be coming to Stafford in May as part of a festival to show the town’s position on the world’s stage.
There is still time for people to have their say on future plans for Stafford Borough.
A lorry driver has been fined £100 for littering at an industrial estate near the motorway in Stafford Borough.