Dorset News headlines - Page 528
Telephone scammers are targeting people who live in Dorchester - claiming they're from the Town Council.
Men living in the most deprived areas of Weymouth and Portland are expected to live 11 year LESS than those living in prosperous areas in the two towns, according to new figures.
A much loved family business in Weymouth, which has been kitting out party goers in fancy dress for the last 17 years is opening for the last time tomorrow. (Saturday 10th January)
The striker, whose previous clubs also include Bideford, Truro City and Bognor Regis Town goes straight into tomorrow's squad v Chesham United
Plans for a new Community 'hub' for adult social services in Bridport are moving forward after Dorset County Council found a new site for the project.
A café that helps children with complex needs at Wyvern Academy gain valuable work experience is opening its doors in Weymouth today (9th January).
People living in Broadwindsor can now get the big screen experience. The village hall will be showing its first film tonight after winning lottery funding for cinema equipment.
Firefighters were called to tackle a blaze on board a ship moored in Portland yesterday (8th January).
46 Year Paul Miller, who was head of St Andrew's Primary School, was cycling home when he was struck from behind on the B3147 approaching Dorchester.
Councillor Anthony Alford was voted in today (9th Janary) after Robert Gould stepped down to become leader of Dorset County Council.