Dorset News headlines - Page 483
The anxious wait is almost over. Tonight over one million Broadchurch fans will tune in to see if Joe Miller will be found guilty of murder.
Judi James, who drove a combine harvester from London to her home village in Dorset has finished in the top 5% of fundraisers in the country.
Work to install a new digital road sign between Dorchester and Weymouth will start today, with temporary traffic lights being used to control traffic.
Sticking doors, dodgy windows and drafts are a thing of the past after Larkin Apple came to the aid of the rescue cats at Margaret Green Animal Rescue.
Weymouth & Portland Borough Council is offering those in need access to a subsided loan to pay for things like rewiring, rotten window replacements and structural issues.
The charity event held at Lodmoor County Park and supported by Wessex FM replicates the classic TV show with games, gunge and all round merriment.
A family who suffered the devastating loss of a husband and a father through cancer is giving something back other families in Wool.
The district council has produced a leaflet and provided information on its website explaining who can stand for election, the nomination process and what councillors do.
The Wessex Youth Soccer League would be nine-aside friendly competition under for 11 football teams.
Active Mobility are the first business in Weymouth to come forward and pledge £1,000 to help the town's carnival go ahead this summer.