Chief James Donnelly takes over for Michael Murphy, who left to take the helm at the Upper Moreland Police Department.
The Tiny Bubbles Pre-school has to move out of its mobile building in the grounds of By Brook Valley Primary School, at Yatton Keynell, because the main school wants to expand to take on more pupils.
Busy Long Street in Tetbury which some people in the town would like to see downgraded- from its present main road status to reduce the level of passing traffic As part of the neighbourhood development plan being put together by a collection of groups from the town and surrounding area, Tetbury Civic Society has suggested declassifying Long Street ... (more)
SERVING Marlborough paramedic and former retained firefighter David Smith is bowing out after working for the emergency services for 41 years.
Commuters at Bedwyn station will not have to run for the bus again, thanks to a change in train times.
The judge at the murder trial of Trowbridge man Ian Graham told Bristol Crown Court that murderer Louise Cox had needlessly taken a life.
Sutton Benger songbird Gabrielle Aplin's new album, which was released on Monday, has stormed the iTunes chart - claiming both numbers two and three.
Neighbour Madeleine Tosh became concerned she had not seen David Waring for several weeks, and alerted Wiltshire Police, who found his body at his home on Beech Avenue.
Motor enthusiasts will flock to the Castle Combe racetrack, near Chippenham, next week for the largest car, motorbike and automobilia auctions in the south west.
Malmesbury's mayor-making ceremony took a surprise twist on Tuesday when deputy mayor Martyn Snell was prevented from taking on the role because of a mystery complaint.
Yves Messer, 53, was unimpressed by Paul Emsley's official portrait of Kate Middleton, which hangs in the National Portrait Gallery, so he decided to do his own.
The wife of Jim Ward, the solicitor who died after being shot in his office in Devizes, is merging their company with law firm Wansbroughs.
More than 30 volunteers braved the wet and windy weather to help with the bi-annual re-chalking of Cherhill's white horse at the weekend.
Dialysis patient Martin McCabe amazed medics by climbing three of Britain's highest mountains, raising nearly A 1,000 for charity.
AN elderly woman who tripped and injured herself on a broken paving slab in Salisbury is calling for urgent improvements before anyone else gets hurt.
Mr Hall, who donated one of his kidneys to Pamela, said it was "meant to be" as they both have blood type B+, which is shared by just eight per cent of the UK population.