Dorset News headlines - Page 176
Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner, Martyn Underhill is praising the work of volunteers within the OPCC and Dorset Police for their commitment, dedication and passion.
Early bird season tickets have gone on sale at Weymouth Football Club.
An investigation's underway in Weymouth following an alleged dog attack in the town.
Weymouth's Tall Ship Pelican has been involved in a Royal Navy Training Exercise.
Dorset Local Enterprise Partnership is looking to recruit experienced local business leaders to become members of its board and support Dorset LEP's activities in growing the local economy and creating new jobs.
The Mayor of Weymouth and Portland will now have to make his own way to events in a bid to save money.
The previously neglected allotment at the Allington Avenue site has now become a vital community space.
A woman in Lyme Regis has had her nose broken in an alleged attack.
It's happened for the last three years and Dorset Police still can't get to the bottom if it. Someone has dumped shredded newspaper on the roadside in Charmouth again.
A musical theme with issues on Discrimination, Radicalisation & British Values were in order as Rich Cottell, a musician and songwriter from Devon met with Year 8, 9 and 10 students at the Wey Valley School in Weymouth.