2000 to date.

November. Completion of the Snow Hill restoration.

31st January. Wolverhampton officially became a City.
4th March. Elephant & Castle pub in Stafford Street demolished by Peel Holdings PLC. It was a sad loss to the City and greatly missed by many inhabitants.
11th August. Tesco purchases the derelict Grade II listed Royal Hospital.
11th August. Percy Stallard, successful racing cyclist, cycle shop owner, cycling coach, and team captain, passed away. He reintroduced massed-start road racing to Britain.

October. Wolverhampton Bridge Club moved from 86 Tettenhall Road to the Masonic Hall. The club had resided at number 86 for 54 years.
October to December. Excavation at the Old Hall by Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit.

16th June. A 1904 Star car, built in Wolverhampton was sold at Christies for £50,000.
20th June. Disastrous fire at the derelict Molineux Hotel. Luckily the damage was not terminal and the building is now being restored.
27th September. Wolverhampton Archives and Local Studies celebrated it’s 25th anniversary.
15th November. The refurbishment of St. Peter’s Gardens completed.

April. Mander Centre refurbishment completed.
19th June. The model for the proposed development of Summer Row in between Cleveland Street and Temple Street was put on public display.
15th August. Disastrous fire at the Springfield Brewery destroyed many of the important buildings.
23rd December. Production ended at the Crown Nail Company in Commercial Road. The last cut nail maker in the Black Country, and the last blued tack maker in Europe.

7th September. Jim Boulton, the well known and respected historian, and local author, passed away at the age of 81.

January. Crane Foundry, Wolverhampton's last traditional iron foundry, went into liquidation.

March. Millers sack warehouse on Corn Hill was badly damaged by an arson attack.
March. The old Eye Infirmary closed its doors for the last time.
31st March. Opening of the new £6.7m extension to Wolverhampton Art Gallery.
July. Work begins on the redevelopment of fire-ravaged Springfield brewery.
20th - 22nd September. Central Youth Theatre's play 'The Supreme Sunbeam', the story of John Marston Ltd., and the Sunbeam Motor Car Co. Ltd. was performed at the Grand Theatre.

February. Work finally begins on the urgently needed redevelopment of the Royal Hospital.
11th August. Geoffrey Stevens, the last member of the Stevens family to have worked at the family's business, A.J.S., passed away at the age of 95.
18th August. Tragic fire at Millers Corn Mill on Corn Hill, which destroyed much of the building. The future of the building is now in doubt.

January. The three year restoration of the Low Level Railway Station is completed, but the building remains empty.
10th March. Reopening of the restored Molineux Hotel. Now home to Wolverhampton Archives and Local Studies.
22nd July. Rare 1913 Sunbeam 12/16 hp. car sold for £40,000.
23rd July. The Paget Arms, Park Lane, demolished after being destroyed by travellers.
11th August. Sunbeamland, the derelict Sunbeam cycle and motorcycle factory given a new ray of hope for the future thanks to its purchase by the leading developer, Urban Splash.
2nd September. The world's oldest original functioning electronic stored program computer, used at Wolverhampton University, was transferred from storage at Birmingham to Bletchley Park for a full restoration.

18th March. Keith Farley, local historian, author, teacher, authority on the Wolves, and 1960s local pop groups, passed away.
11th April. George Barnsby, well known communist campaigner, passed away.
5th June. George Peck, the last known ex-Sunbeam employee, who worked on bicycles and motorcycles at Sunbeamland, celebrated his 100th birthday.
12th November. A 1903 Sunbeam 10/12 hp. 4-cylinder car sells for £321,600.