A REVAMP of Stonehouse High Street in 2011 has breathed new life into the bustling town set peacefully in the Five Valleys.
SPRING cleaning volunteers are being sought to help spruce up two red phone boxes in Nailsworth.
STROUD Police has a new inspector at the helm after the departure of Andy Poole.
SHORTWOOD boss Alex Sykes was lost for words as his side collapsed at his old club Bishop's Cleeve.
A father-of-two from Cashes Green who persuaded a 14 year old girl to perform sex acts online has been jailed for six years and ordered to sign the sex offender register for life.
MINCH RFC were inspired by former England and Gloucester legend Mike Tindall in a 27-22 victory over Bishopston. Tindall and Josh Lister were the key cogs alongside Charlie Evans
A MEDICAL herbalist and an artist from Stroud have gained praise for their unique book, on intuitive herbalism.
LAST month the SNJ was given exclusive access to speak to two families and a young man who were forced to flee their homes due to war and have since set up a new life for themselves in Stroud.
The curse of the cameras or big match phobia are words on the lips of many Forest Green supporters, trying to explain the 3-1 defeat at Lincoln.
POLICE were called after two boys were seen breaking the glass entrance doors to the Tesco Express in Nailsworth on Saturday night.
A PROJECT to create extra car parking spaces for shoppers, schools and the local church in Minchinhampton got underway today.
A MAN is due to stand trial in August after he pleaded not guilty on Friday to taking part in a burglary of a house in a quiet rural area at Cranham.
A PRO-EU campaign group from Gloucestershire marched with the Unite for Europe national protest march to Parliament against Brexit on Saturday.
STROUD Green Party believes the Sub Rooms should remain in public ownership and be run as a community venue serving both the town and wider district.
STROUD Subscription Rooms was packed with singers, instrumentalists and audience on Sunday evening to hear a performance of Handel’s Messiah.
A SERIAL shoplifter stole from stores in Stroud, Cirencester and Gloucester, a court heard.
THE Liberal Democrats are calling for an improved development of the transfer of patients who are being discharged from acute care hospital wards back into the community.
IT will be a cold start for many with the odd pocket of mist or fog, but this should quickly clear to leave a fine day.