Sports Fest has broken it's record of people taking part, with over 14,500 people having a go at sport during the festival
Coventry children are being challenged to write a spell and win a magical meeting with top children’s author Cressida Cowell
Coventry students have good reason to celebrate their GCSE results today (22 August) as grades across the city have shown an uplift, especially in English
Coventry City Council is set to accept a grant from Arts Council England, which will be used to invest in the city ahead of 2021.
Coventry City Council’s Cabinet is set to approve the development of a site at Friargate that will see Coventry’s first four-star hotel being built in the city centre for almost 50 years.
A new Material Recycling Facility (MRF) serving Coventry and the wider region could be built in the city.
The West Midlands has seen a further increase in the number of people in work.
Coventry City Council is pleased to announce a new partnership with CityFibre.
The city is celebrating the success of its sixth formers once more as A-Level results are in.
The FREE Bands in the Park events continue this Sunday 18 August
The first day of Sports Fest 2019 was full of sports, smiles and plenty of fun.
Some essential works are being carried out in the Barracks Way area of the city centre.
The FREE Bands in the Park events continue this Sunday 11 August in Nauls Mill Park.
Following the success of the last open-air cinema events held in June, the screens will be returning this September for two blockbuster movies – and ticket sales are open now.
The alternative rock trio will be bringing their electric style to Coventry Central Library this November, in collaboration with Get it Loud in Libraries.
An initiative running in Coventry to encourage more people to get active in city parks and green spaces is expanding further into the city with phase two launched at Edgwick Park, Foleshill today.
A lasting memorial to a community champion is set to be unveiled on Saturday 3 August in Jardine Crescent, Tile Hill.
The FREE Bands in the Park events continue this Sunday 4 August at Allesley Hall in the rear garden. The music will be provided by the Cubbington Silver Band.
Following the recent sad death of Councillor Gary Crookes, a by-election has been called to fill the vacancy of Councillor for Wainbody Ward.
A series of roadshows held across the West Midlands – including one in Coventry city centre - is set to inspire hundreds of local people to train for an exciting new career.
Work has now started on exciting plans to improve Coventry railway station.
Citizen’s first two modular homes have officially been completed and are ready for new residents. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to mark the completion of the Littlethorpe development and officials were given a chance to have a look around the properties. The homes were constructed in the Totally Modular factory in Cradley Heath and transported on the back of a truck to Willenhall, Coventry.
A BBC journalist who filmed her emotional journey battling breast cancer is among the keynote speakers at a pioneering event in Coventry.
Three projects working to bring an end to extremism in Coventry have been awarded Home Office funding, as part of a national strategy to defeat racism, promote equality and build a more unified society.
Whatever your business and no matter how big or small, summer can come with a sting in the tail
Organisations from across Coventry have joined forces to put on more than 800 hours of sessions to help young people get active during the summer holidays.
From creepy crawlies to exotic critters, Zoolab are offering Coventry residents the chance to get up close and personal with a wide range of animals in a fun, interactive session for all the fam
Coventry Trading Standards seized a staggering 4,584,040 cigarettes last year, with more than six million illegal cigarettes and 350kg of hand rolling tobacco seized in total by local authority Trading Standards services across the West Midlands region, despite ingenious efforts to hide them.
The Discovery Centre at Coombe Abbey Park has been updated and improved ahead of the school summer holidays. The work was funded through a partnership with Warwickshire Wildlife Trust.
Coventry residents are being urged to look out for those vulnerable to heat exposure and make efforts to stay cool, as the Met Office issues new heatwave alerts for the middle of the week.