A health warning has been issued with temperatures expected to exceed 30C this week.
Portishead's soapbox race will not be held in 2020 as organisers decide to 'hit the brakes' amid 'increased financial demands'.
An incident involving four cars is causing long delays on the M5 this afternoon (Monday).
A village dog show has raised more than £900 for Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from June 17-26:
Months of squabbles have been put to bed after Portishead Town Council agreed to reinstate the names of members of the public in official documents.
New arrivals have been spotted at a Wraxall zoo.
Californian rockers Thrice are heading to Bristol's O2 Academy this October as part of a co-headling tour with Refused.
A night of chart music from decades gone by will be played at a North Somerset disco, and the Times is giving readers a chance to win tickets to the event.
A film about grief and loss will be screened in Clevedon, and Times readers can win tickets.
You would be hard pressed to find a more heart-warming show than Calendar Girls - The Musical which is playing at Bristol's Hippodrome theatre.
A tribute act dedicated to the UK's biggest girl band since the Spice Girls will perform in Weston next month.
A man has been jailed for three years after telling train passengers it was the last journey they were ever going to take because he had a bomb.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from June 5-14:
A drug-driver, who lived in Backwell with his father, has been jailed for three-and-a-half years after killing a pensioner in a crash.
These cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from May 23 to June 5:
Yatton Rugby Club's under-16s finished their summer fitness campaign with a gruelling session of circuits and shuttle-run sprints at the club.
Portishead Cricket Club are trying to get more girls and women involved in the sport.
Clevedon Cycling Club saw members enjoy good conditions at their 10-mile time trial on the Kenn course.
In Bath University's sports training village last Saturday, a member of Bristol Karate Academy picked up his black belt.
For the second consecutive week a Rebels rider went into the nominated heat unbeaten from his programmed rides on Wednesday night.
Paulton Rovers secured a narrow victory over Ashton and Backwell at the Lancer Scott Stadium after Joe Hillard's headed winner just before half time.
Clevedon are hoping for a complete recovery in the defence of their WEPL title after beating Taunton St Andrews on Saturday.
A extra care facility - designed to allow people to live independently but receive medical help when required - should open within 12 months in Yatton.
With less than six months to go until Christmas, people are being encouraged to start saving.
A new healthy eating and environmentally-friendly shop has opened in Clevedon.
A community has welcomed the opening of a café which has taken the place left by the former Long Ashton Library.
A Congresbury hotel has won a national award from a world-leading spa brand.
A Flax Bourton food business which creates products carrying Jamie Oliver's name has received a national award, rewarding the firm's 'commitment to innovation'.
A pair of Portishead retirement housing complexes have claimed industry awards.
The entrance to Backwell's recycling centre will receive an estimated £300,000 overhaul to prevent cars queueing down narrow roads.
A Nailsea business has been rated as one of the top three funeral directors in the area.
A village youth club has a jam-packed summer schedule to keep children busy over the school holidays.
A Wraxall youngster has been invited to exhibit his painting at an art institution.
Fears have been raised there will not be enough demand for a new school which is due to open next year.
Children sang, danced and performed magic tricks during a talent contest at a Nailsea school.
A water obstacle race and team challenges tested pupils skills at a Nailsea school's sports day.
Approximately 60 people filled a community hall to listen to environmental activists Extinction Rebellion's (XR) talk on Monday evening.
Frustrated neighbours have slated a scheme which would see a school built on greenbelt land.
Sixth formers celebrated the end of their exams by dancing the night away at their ball held at an Abbots Leigh country house.
Portishead youngsters gave up their free time at the weekend to make meals for the homeless.
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