The A4 Bath Road near Corsham is currently closed while fire crews work to rescue two elderly women trapped after a car crash.
A stretch of the M4 between junction 16 and 17 westbound was closed this morning following a crash involving a police vehicle.
A decision on west Wiltshire’s largest solar farm is expected next month, now the deadline for public comments has passed.
A flat bed trailer worth £6,000 was stolen from a farm in Seend last month.
Corsham Town Council will be going on the road, in a bid to meet more people in the community.
WARMINSTER campaigner Adam Fouracre is looking to expand his charity Stand Against Violence, set up after his brother was murdered, after receiving a funding grant of £8,000.
BATH coach Toby Booth says that reigning champions Leicester are still the litmus test for the rest of the Aviva Premiership.
Christmas cards can be recycled at Trowbridge’s Sainsbury’s as part of the company’s aim to raise money for the Forest Stewardship Council UK.
Trowbridge Fire Station served 103 free dinners to people from the community on Christmas Day.
Gregg Wallace, presenter of TV's Masterchef, used his stay at The Bath Arms in Crockerton to pass on his knowledge, advice and stories to diners last night.
A young girl suffered facial injuries following a collision with a van on the A350 near Melksham’s ASDA store at 2.41pm today.
HIS TEAM begin the New Year unbeaten and 14 points clear at the top of the Toolstation League First Division, so Bradford Town manager Paul Shanley has no trouble admitting that his side have shattered all his expectations so far this season.
A schoolgirl is being treated for facial injuries following a collision with a van in the car park of Melksham’s Asda at 2.41pm today.
Police were called after a tractor collided with a lamppost near Seend just after 1.20pm today.
Eleven recycling banks at fire stations across Wiltshire have contributed to the Fire Fighters Charity raising over £1 million in just four years.
Hundreds of people turned out in Holt for the traditional Boxing Day Boules.
A schoolgirl has been injured after being hit by a van near Melksham’s Asda this afternoon.
Alistair Sommerlad has been appointed as the first chairman of the new Stonehenge and Avebury WHS Partnership Panel.
Eleven recycling banks at fire stations across Wiltshire have contributed to the Fire Fighters Charity, raising more than £1 million in just four years.
FROME Town manager Adrian Foster is happy to see the end of the festive period so that he finally has the opportunity to get to know his new squad.
A PUBLIC forum will take place on Thursday to give people in Melksham a say on the future of the town’s Post Office. The drop-in session will run from 4.30pm to 8.30pm at The Kings Arms pub, where plans for the proposed new office at the former…
NICK Abendanon comes in at full-back for Bath's trip to Aviva Premiership champions Leicester Tigers at Welford Road on Sunday (2pm).
Businesses in Bradford on Avon are counting the cost of the damage caused by the floods on Christmas Eve.
WARMINSTER School pupil Charles Dunn could find himself following a path along the same fairways as some of golf’s greatest names after being selected to join a prestigious tour of the USA.
On Christmas Eve it was a pleasure to visit members of the Armed Forces and civilians standing by in Bristol during the firemen’s strike.
“It’s called labour for a reason,” we were reminded by the midwife in the early hours of Sunday morning on December 22.
ALEX Carter is hoping for an explosive start to the new year – after ending 2013 on a real high with a stunning performance in the Clevedon 4 miles road race on Boxing Day, writes KEVIN FAHEY.
AVON Valley Runners will start the defence of their Wiltshire Road Race League title at the Longleat 10K next month.
MARTIN Peter Redfern, 42, of Wilton Drive, Trowbridge, was remanded on unconditional bail following a hearing before magistrates in Salisbury.
Paramedic Phil Halls has completed his “emotional” year-long challenge of running five kilometres every day in memory of a Trowbridge Ambulance Station colleague.
Angus Macpherson, Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire and Swindon, is to visit a drop-in centre in Chippenham for homeless and vulnerable adults.
WESTBURY Harriers runner Scott Campbell clinched victory in the 2013 instalment of the Plain Crazy near Warminster last Sunday.
Wadworth is selling its lower alcohol beer Best Intentions in pubs this month at about £2.50 a pint.
BRADFORD Town chief Paul Shanley reckons his league leaders have shown what they’re really capable of by maintaining their unbeaten record in the Toolstation League First Division.
THE trustees of the Community of St Denys have confirmed their plans to close the retreat centre at Ivy House in Warminster next year, although the possibility of leasing it has not been ruled out.
Following last night’s heavy rainfall across the county, flood warnings remain in place across Wiltshire.
A homeless man failed to attend North West Wiltshire Magistrates' Court in Chippenham yesterday to answer a charge of stealing a Poppy Appeal collection box from the Bear Hotel in Devizes on November 1.
This morning's two-hour firefighter strike passed without major incident, with crews in the county receiving only one callout.
Trowbridge mobile hairdresser Pat Doel is 2013’s last Wiltshire Times Community Hero, winning the accolade for the support and friendship she offers elderly people.
One incident was dealt with by Wiltshire Fire & Rescue service during the strike by Fire Brigades’ Union members today.
Police are offering a £500 reward in a bid to find out who smashed 21 vehicle rear windscreens in Trowbridge on Christmas Day, causing thousands of pounds worth of damage.
A recovering cancer patient wants people to put on running shoes and compete in the Bath Half Marathon to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
The Wiltshire Air Ambulance lottery has seen a big increase in the number of people playing it.
Trowbridge schoolgirl Elle Peacock raised more than £1,000 completing a swimming fundraiser in aid of Dorothy House which is caring for her terminally-ill cousin.
RUDMAN Anne of Melksham passed away peacefully in her sleep on 21st December at The Royal United Hospital, Bath aged 80 years. Dearly loved Wife of Clifford and dear Mother of Malcolm, Keith and Kevin and a much loved Grandmother. For details of the…
NELSON Gary of Southwick, Trowbridge formerly of Box, passed away peacefully on Christmas Day at the Royal United Hospital Bath, aged 52 years. Dearly loved husband of Christine, dear dad of Kirsty and Georgena and a dear brother and son. Funeral…
DOWLING Margaret Irene 19/04/1913 - 22/12/2013 Peacefully passed away on Sunday 22nd December 2013, aged 100 years. Will be sadly missed by family and friends. Funeral Service to take place at West Wiltshire Crematorium, Semington on Monday, 6th…
HUSSEY Sylvia Rosemary ‘Molly’ Of Winsley, passed away peacefully on Saturday 21st December at the RUH Bath, aged 98 years. Dearly loved mum to Bryan, Chris, Ruth and the late Peter and a much loved nan and greatnan Funeral service at West…
BLOOR Margaret Of Trowbridge, passed away peacefully on 28th December 2013, aged 76 years. Dearly loved mum of Lynn and Susan and a much loved nana, sadly missed by all the family. Funeral service Friday 10th January, 10am at Semington Crematorium.…
ALLBERRY Brian Passed away peacefully at home on Saturday 28th December, aged 72. A wonderful husband to Julie and father to Stephen, Mark and Alison, father in law to Jane, Kerry and Becky and all grandchildren. Funeral service at Semington…