Dorset News headlines - Page 662
Community shop staff, volunteers and customers at Broadwindsor are no longer sweltering in the heat, thanks to a donation from Magna Housing Association.
Local authority teams have been praised by the Government for turning around the lives of more than 200 troubled families in Dorset.
Dorset Fire and Rescue Service have urged people enjoying the summer on a heath not to light camp fires or BBQs.
Dorset County Council is looking for cover staff to help children across the county cross the roads.
A group of vehicles used in World War One will make their way from Bovington Tank Museum to Tarrant Hinton next Saturday.
Wey Valley School student Libys McGuiness is travelling back to Ireland after competing there at international level.
The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is asking for anyone interested in helping to enpty their collection boxes to get in touch.
An 81-year-old Bridport man arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving has now been released on bail.
Following complaints from members of the public, Dorset Police have announced they will be using 'robust policing' to reduce street drinking and anti-social behaviour in Weymouth.
The A352 is now back open at Osmington after an accident earlier this afternoon involving two cars.