A parish council library group has been working round-the-clock on plans to open an additional service in Long Ashton.
'Archaic and inappropriate' drugs are being prescribed to dementia patients in North Somerset, according to a health charity.
A family fun run to generate funds for ill patients will take place next month.
Free drinking water fountains and planting more trees are among the ideas put forward by a new campaign group which aims to make Clevedon environmentally friendly.
Detailed plans for more homes in Congresbury will be discussed next week.
Improvements to a number of parks will be carried out this summer.
Campaigners have said new rural bus services to Bristol Airport should not be dependent on its expansion plans.
Big names will be performing at a music festival in Bristol at the end of the month.
Cinema fans can win a pair of tickets to a special screening of feel-good summer hit, Yesterday, on the Salthouse Fields.
The magic of Mary Poppins will be brought back to life on the cinema screen in North Somerset.
An uplifting film based on a true story will be screened outdoors in Clevedon next month, and the Times has free tickets to give away to a lucky reader.
A Portishead man was spared jail despite assaulting two police officers and fleeing custody.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from June 27 to July 12:
A former bank manager from Clevedon, who stole more than £100,000 from his employer over three years, has been jailed.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from June 17-26:
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.
Rob Yates fired his maiden first-class century as Warwickshire assumed a commanding position on day one of their Specsavers County Championship match against second-placed Somerset at Edgbaston.
Azhar Ali will be unavailalbe for Somerset's last two Specsavers County Championship matches of the season after being recalled by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
England's rugby union World Cup squad have been training in North Somerset today (Friday).
Clevedon Town manager Micky Bell wants his side to open their Toolstation Western League Premier Division account when Shepton Mallett visit the Everyone Active Stadium on Saturday.
Football supporters up and down the country will all have their favourite FA Cup memories, no matter which club they cheer.
Clevedon Town boss Micky Bell paid tribute to goalscorers George King and Lucas Vowles following their FA Cup extra preliminary round win at Saltash United on Saturday, writes Lee Power.
Clevedon left it late, for sure, but threw off the cloak of mediocrity to beat Lansdown and emerge as a team entitled to take a place at the top table in the WEPL.
A popular TV presenter officially opened Nailsea's newest retirement home.
Greggs bakery has re-opened its doors in Nailsea after a major expansion.
A children's charity in Wraxall has benefited from a £1,000 donation from a housebuilder.
A company has removed abandoned trolleys in rhyne after Portishead residents raise concerns for the environment.
North Somerset Council has been recognised as the top performing authority in the West of England for completing planned food inspections.
A famous chef will be coming to Congresbury this month.
A stay and play toddler group will start-up in a village next month.
Portishead's Gordano School has celebrated 'excellent' A-level results today (Thursday), as students enjoyed 'stunning success'.
Students were bursting with joy and overwhelmed with relief when they received their A-level results this morning (Thursday).
Almost all of Nailsea School students passed their A-level examinations this year.
St Katherine's School has enjoyed 'many success stories' today (Thursday), as sixth-form students received their A-level results.
Students of Clevedon School will be going to their first choice universities and into the world of work after celebrating their A-level results this morning (Thursday).
Backwell School students have achieved 'amazing' results again this year, according to staff.
This morning (Thursday) thousands of teenagers across the country will be discovering how they have fared in the A-level exams.
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