The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from September 17 to October 1:
Dedicated volunteers have been rewarded for their efforts in Portishead with a royal award.
North Somerset Community Partnership (NSCP) held its last awards ceremony this month.
Backwell Parish Council is considering rewarding substantial grants to Backwell Fields and Junior Football club.
A recruitment campaign for control staff to work for Avon Fire and Rescue Service has been launched.
One BMW driver was caught speeding at 141mph on the M5 motorway, with more than 15,000 owners also caught by cameras.
A Portishead retailer has won an industry award.
A beer festival will be held in Portishead next week.
Spooky goings on will be occurring across North Somerset over the Halloween period. Here is our round up of events taking place around the area.
A pumpkin festival, football match and an apple day are all taking place across the area this weekend.
Comedy cook George Egg will bring his anarchic new show DIY Chef to Clevedon's Theatre Shop next month, and readers could win a tickets to see the show.
A remastered version of a silent horror film will be screened in Clevedon next week.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from September 9-11:
A Nailsea woman who threatened to kill a homeless man after he refused her offer of food has been spared jail.
A man who raided a Clevedon shop and made off with a haul of alcohol worth hundreds of pounds has avoided jail.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from August 12 to September 5:
Clevedon Town slipped to a 4-2 home defeat against Hallen in the Toolstation Western League Premier Division, after three of the visiting team's goals were scored by ex-Seasiders.
Yatton under-16s fell to defeat against North Bristol in a hard-fought contest.
North Somerset Badgers got the better of under-15 rivals Westbury United Banks at the weekend.
Charlie Rich's last-gasp free-kick made it eight games unbeaten for Ashton & Backwell as they came from behind twice to grab a 3-3 draw with Corsham Town at the Recreation Ground.
Clevedon Ladies B team secured promotion to Division Three of the Bristol & District Alliance after a nailbiting finish.
Clevedon AC members took part in their first cross-country event of the season at Katherine Lady Berkeley's School in Wotton-under-Edge.
North Somerset Tennis Academy are holding an LTA grade six junior tournament at Bridgwater on Saturday, November 2.
A business breakfast forum will be relaunched in Clevedon this month.
A couple have opened a barbershop which they hope will become a social hub for people who are feeling isolated or struggling with mental health issues.
A Clevedon restaurant has won two awards and been nominated for more.
A care home manager is 'really pleased' after receiving praise from a health watchdog.
A dog kennel business faces closure unless it is allowed to continue operating out of a business park in Clevedon.
Dozens of entrepreneurs have pooled ideas on how to boost business in Portishead, with pop-up shops and a High Street day among initial proposals.
A micropub has opened up for drinkers in Nailsea High Street.
An estate agents say it is business as usual despite suffering major flood damage over the weekend.
The story of Clevedon's iconic pier will be brought to life in a stage show next week.
The name of a school which will open next year has been revealed.
A Portishead artist has created a garden mural for children.
Long Ashton's community centre has been chosen as the best place for a new library to replace the facility closed last year by North Somerset Council.
Seven schools from North Somerset have been recognised at national travel awards which promote sustainable and active travel.
A Nailsea school celebrated its 40th anniversary with a thanksgiving mass.
A former Clevedon School student is returning to inspire pupils at a careers event.
Clevedon School has taken the next step towards opening a library.
Hard work from supporters of a primary school has raised 'invaluable' cash to support students' studies.