- Locals to Make Magic in FAME at the Wolverhampton Grand
- Pascale Rollings from Finchfield is Ms Greta Bell, Mr Myers is Chris Frost from Compton and Wombourne's Adam Starr is Mr Sheinkopf. MUSCOM are a local musical theatre company who have been performing in and around Wolverhampton since 1938.
- Baseball: March 5 roundup
- South Davidson pounded Thomasville 12-1 in six innings on Friday at Finch Field. Winning pitcher Tyler Medlin went four innings and was 2-for-2 with an RBI. Matthew Glidewell went 2-for-2 with a triple and three RBIs.
- Your Game Calendar
- High Point-Thomasville HiToms/Novant Health Kid's Baseball Clinic: March 12, Finch Field, Thomasville. The free clinic is open to boys and girls from the ages of 7-13, with a specific focus on baseball's fundamentals and the importance of exercise.
- World Book Day: What are the stars reading?
- The 45 year old, who grew up in Finchfield, also chose The Alchemist by Apulo Coelho, which follows a young Andalusian shepherd in his journey to Egypt after having a recurring dream of finding treasure there and A Thousand Splendid Suns, Khaled ...
- Wolverhampton's Famous Sons & Daughters: Great and good from a proud city are
- Action girl Suzi Perry, born at RAF Cosford and brought up in Finchfield, praised the quirkiness and the humour of her hometown folk. She said: "Wolverhampton gets a lot of bad press but a lot of people speak very fondly of the place.
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