The row over Shropshire’s mobile phone coverage has intensified in recent weeks, after Ofcom told network provider EE to apologise for the level of service it provides in parts of the county.
Former bosses of the collapsed Telford company Graphics and Print have launched a new digital media business in the county.
A civic society chairman says a Shropshire town could be on the brink of a renaissance of urban living and a new shopping development will breathe new life into the area.
The early start to harvest this year has proved to be a real bonus for seed production businesses offering an extension to the usual very condensed processing window for autumn seed crops, writes Richard Torr.
Farming campaigners today warned of looming protests, saying the time for being polite has come and gone, after milk prices were cut again.
A glorious summer and even the glorious 12th has passed – the dawn of a new season in the world of field sports, writes Tim Main.
More than 100 jobs could be created in north Shropshire if plans for a specialist care home go ahead.
Unemployment in Shropshire is mostly lower than the national average and falling - but there seems to be a north/south divide.
The fall in unemployment in Shropshire over the last year is “astonishing”, according to the boss of one of the county’s biggest job centres.