Dorset News headlines - Page 249
The Thomas Hardye School in Dorchester is celebrating after it has been selected to become a National Teaching School.
The deadline for having your dog micro chipped is approaching fast and local animal charity, Margaret Green Animal Rescue, is reminding owners that they must have their dog chipped before Wednesday 6th April.
Students from the Thomas Hardye Sixth Form are putting on a Minion movie night to raise money for Julia's House Childrens Hospices.
As Mum's across Dorset are being made a fuss of today, we're asking if your mum could be nominated for Parent Of The Year, in the Wessex FM Local Hero Awards.
Weymouth will be looking to get their play off dreams back on track in the Southern League Premier.
Fire fighters worked to free a casualty from a car yesterday, after two vehicles collided at Slyers Lane near Piddlehinton.
The Modrapheniacs Scooter Club will be celebrating its 40th anniversary with a rally in the town this lunchtime.
Victory for Weymouth, but defeats for Dorchester, Bridport and Portland Utd
The family of missing Dorchester man Louis Harris have renewed their appeal to the public for information about his whereabouts.
Town Mayor Robin Potter will be putting on his marigolds for a special tidy up at Fairfield carpark this morning in preparation for the Queen's 90th Birthday celebrations.