FOREST Green footballers have shown their heart-felt support for a 14-year-old girl with an inoperable brain tumour.
STROUD’S canal project has won a prestigious national award.
Forest Green goalkeeper Jonny Maxted took time for a bit of light-hearted banter during his media interview with sports editor Ashley loveridge
A MOSTLY dry and cloudy weekend lies ahead for Stroud district.
GLOUCESTERSHIRE County Council’s Trading Standards team hit the streets of Stroud on the hunt for rogue traders.
FROCESTER Hill is closed between Bath Road, Frocester, and Lever's Hill, Nympsfield, after a van overturned earlier this afternoon.
MERRYWALKS car park in Stroud is becoming pay and display - leaving staff there fearing for their jobs.
THE number of complaints and allegations against Gloucestershire Police has risen sharply over the last 12 months, new figures reveal.
A FASHION stylist is launching an online recycling service that enables clothes lovers to raise money for charity through the luxury items hanging in their wardrobe.
STROUD were well beaten in their County Cup clash against Matson.
NAILSWORTH now has a brand new children’s play park thanks to the hard work of a community group of local volunteers.
AN ENGLISH teacher from Marling School in Stroud is off to London to attend the prestigious UK grand final of the Pearson National Teaching Awards.
A NAILSWORTH man has denied trying to set fire to a house in Stroud.
CHILDMINDERS and little ones took part in a toddle waddle at the children's centre in Stroud raising £277 for Barnardos - a children's charity.
WHEN a teenager from Stroud turned 14 in August she decided to do something meaningful so she is shaving her head at Halloween to raise money.
A JEEP smashed through the window of a shop in Cheltenham tonight after failing to stop for police.
HARTPURY netball’s amazing run in the Regional Colleges Championships continued as they scooped a fifth straight title and continued their unbeaten run.
HARTPURY will herald the arrival of another Rugby World Cup international team this week when the USA Eagles soar into town.
GREEN Party councillors fear a government pledge to give local authorities full control over business rates will lead to greater inequality.
AN EXHIBITION about the part played by Chalford parish in the First World War is set to take place.
GENEROUS members of the Tea and Chatter group donated items to be sent overseas for children in need.
THE past came to life for Wycliffe Preparatory School pupils thanks to a visit from two Chelsea pensioners.
AFTER a chilly start, mist and fog should clear to leave a mostly dry day for Stroud.
UKIP Stroud has elected Stuart Love as its new branch chairman.