Games, storytime and geo-caching are among the free activities taking place at libraries this weekend.
A damaged van in Portishead has prompted an appeal for witnesses from Avon and Somerset Constabulary.
Generous Nailsea residents raised hundreds of pounds within hours to help a family whose house was devastated by a fire.
Wonderful natural pictures of wildlife spotted in Nailsea will be on show next week.
New benches have been installed on Clevedon seafront to mark the Lions club’s 100th anniversary.
A weird and wonderful world from the wacky mind of director Tim Burton is brought to life at the Curzon
A gripping tale of murder and intrigue will be staged in Portishead next month,
Four lucky Times readers will be able to see the Welsh National Opera (WNO) perform a production inspired by a William Shakespeare play.
A Nailsea man has been jailed for two years for his role in drug dealing across Somerset.
The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between August 2-22:
The following court cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse in St Georges between July 26 and August 2:
A judge has told a Clevedon child sex offender he faces a ‘nasty and brutish’ future after sentencing him to years behind bars.
A Clevedon man has been jailed this afternoon (Friday) after sexually abusing children as young as two.
A holiday park has raised some crucial funds for Burnham-on-Sea’s hovercraft charity.
The Grand Pier, Tesco and Macmillan Cancer Support will try to break a world record tomorrow (Friday) – and today the Mercury is offering you a chance to get involved.
A Weston-super-Mare carer is facing the sack after being found guilty of slapping a man with Down’s syndrome in the face and punching him in the chest.
More than 500 University Centre Weston (UCW) students marked the end of their degrees at the weekend by throwing their mortarboards in the air to celebrate.
Tributes have been paid to an ‘amazing friend’ after a Cheddar schoolgirl died last week.
Clevedon celebrated 60 years playing at The Vale with a hard-earned victory against Bideford.
A late goal from Willand Rovers denied Ashton & Backwell a chance to progress in the FA Vase.
In-form Nailsea United gained all three points in their home match against Fry Club.
Kenn Valley earned a point away to Cleeve West Town Reserves.
Portishead Panthers emerged comfortable winners in the local derby against newly-promoted Pumas.
A family-run business in Backwell is closing as it cannot compete with the internet.
A former nail bar which has been closed for two years could be transformed into a massage centre.
A budding chef from Cleeve has won praise from his employers after passing a tough apprenticeship course in one of the region’s busiest restaurants.
A North Somerset pub has been put up for sale – but its owners say they have ‘no plans’ to close the venue.
Domino’s Pizza has been given permission to open a new store in Portishead town centre – and will be allowed to stay open to 3am two nights a week.
Children spent the day making bracelets, bangles, shields and swords from Roman times.
A Clevedon nursery school has been rated as outstanding in all areas following its latest Ofsted inspection.
Year 12 students at St Katherine’s School in Pill have won a prestigious engineering award.
Outstanding in every area – that is Ofsted’s glowing verdict of a Portishead nursery after impressing inspectors this summer.
A costume parade was held at a primary school in Clevedon to celebrate the life of Roald Dahl.
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