Dorset News headlines - Page 655
Today's your first chance to tell council bosses in Weymouth how you'd like to see the town centre develop over the next 10 years.
The owner of Bridport's Electric Palace, Peter Hitchen has decided to call it a day and is putting the venue on the market for £550,000.
A plan to imporve Weymouth's transport network gets one step closer. This time they're looking at how safe the town's roads are.
Bridport lost 3-0 away to Buckland Athletic last night, with the Bee's Reserves also going down to Swanage Town and Herston.
The nervous wait is over for thousands of students across Dorset who will be getting their A-Level results today.
A cheese made in Dorset and matured in the caves at Wookey Hole has passed the taste test with judges at the International Cheese Awards.
The coastguard helicopter and a fisheries aircraft helped in the search for a swimmer at Lulworth Cove yesterday.
The end of the Japanese War and comrades who gave their lives will be commemorated in Bridport this morning.
An 88-year-old author from Poundbury has just published a new book on the history of the World War Two Bristol Blenheim bomber.
BARRY Bowditch is celebrating a blooming good summer. The green-fingered Weymouth resident scooped top prize in a prestigious gardening competition.