Dorset News headlines - Page 726
Local veterans will pay their respects today for the thousands of US personnel who left Weymouth and Portland for D-Day in 1944.
You have your own home and your own front door but you share other facilities, like a sitting room and a garden.
West Dorset District Council has agreed to give new owners a 50% discount on shop rates if it's been stood empty for a year.
Wounded War veteran Mark Newton's raised £28,000 so far for charity by travelling round Britain on his mobility scooter
Traders have come together to bring the market back to St Michael's Trading Estate.
In the last election five years ago the South West region returned 3 Conservative, 2 UKIP and 1 Liberal Democrat, decided by PR.
Dorchester organiser has now retired and the RBL are looking to appoint a replacement.
Dorset Fire and Rescue were called out around 4am to the blaze near the Old Higher Lightouse.
It's over where the Terras will play in the future, and kicks off at 1000 (Saturday 24th May)
Economic Development, town centre regeneration and Weymouth peninsular redevelopment will be their themes, says Labour leader Colin Huckle.