MONDAY 23 September will mark the autumn equinox when the fall season officially begins, and experts at Westonbirt, The National Arboretum are predicting it will be a sensational year for autumn colour.
A man has been charged in connection with a crash which killed two elderly passengers on the A429 on Monday evening.
SWINDON Town Football Club has been given a lift with the approval of new sponsors for the iconic County Ground floodlights.
A MAJOR road off the M4 has been closed by police after a car crash.
The A429 is closed from Junction 17 of the M4 north to Malmesbury following the accident near Corston.
PARENTS who have experienced the loss of a baby, whether during pregnancy, at birth or in infancy, are invited to a service tomorrow (Saturday 14th September) at 3pm in Malmesbury Abbey, one of 20 Saying Goodbye services being held across the country.
A well-known family-owned independent retailer in Trowbridge has celebrated its 140th anniversary with a birthday bash.
H J Knee Ltd has turned 140 years old this year following its move from Trowbridge town centre to the Spitfire Retail Park on the Bradley Road.
Every car on the road has a licence plate - but what's the logic behind what they say? Ryan Hirons explains.
Yesterday we revealed the five new entries into the Good Food Guide in Wiltshire.
Today, we've got the full list of every restaurant, pub and cafe in the county that's in the book.
A GYPSY traveller site has been blocked by councillors.
A bid was made to turn open countryside into a site for four pitches, one mobile home, one touring caravan a utility building, car parking and a play area in Hook.
THREE Wiltshire eateries and two in nearby Frome have been named among the very best places to eat in the UK.
POLITICAL lines were drawn in Malmesbury at the weekend after a Brexit Party candidate accused a liberal democrat councillor of blocking democracy by telling him to move his stand.
NORTH Wiltshire MP James Gray says that Boris Johnson had no option but to expel 21 rebel MPs from the Tory party.
PEOPLE with hidden disabilities can now apply for blue badge parking permits.
The scheme's eligibility criteria in England has been expanded by the Department for Transport (DfT) to include people who cannot walk without considerable psychological distress or risking serious harm.
The headteacher of Hardenhuish School has released a statement following the conviction of ex-student Ellie Gould's killer.
Lisa Percy said: “The whole community at Hardenhuish was completely devastated by the death of Ellie back in May.