MORE than £1,000 has been raised for a Kenyan orphanage in memory of soldier Jack Mitchell – surpassing the target in less than a week.
A 'VERY naive' 22-year-old Stroud man who took part in a violent robbery in the town has today been given a chance to sort his life out - despite twice breaching a court order.
CHALFORD are the non-league answer to Arsenal’s Invincibles.
Robert Milkins needs to start delivering on his potential, insists Ronnie O’Sullivan.
FORMER Avening church organists and choirmaster Stuart Richard Walkley has been sentenced to eight-months in prison suspended by 12-years.
Betty Phillips, 69, formerly known as Betty Kennison is searching for a loving friend who gave her birthday presents during her childhood days of living in a care home.
A TV production company is seeking Gloucestershire applicants for popular BBC Three show Don’t Tell the Bride.
Pupils at Beaudesert Park School in Minchinhampton marked Children’s Mental Health Week with a range of activities and excitement.
FOLLOWING a noon pitch inspection, Forest Green's National League match at Tranmere Rovers this evening has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
NAILSWORTH celebrated a quarter of a century’s work from its well-known Town Crier last Saturday.
There will be a pitch inspection at Tranmere Rovers' Prenton Park at midday ahead of Forest Green's match this evening.
LEADERS Stonehouse Town blasted three goals after the break to maintain their place at the top.
STUDENTS from Stroud High School will compete in a Mock trial competition at Worcester Magistrates Court on Saturday, March 11.
STROUD TOWN COUNCIL is holding a public meeting to give people a say about the future of the Sub Rooms.
A MAN driving a white van has been taken to hospital after skidding into a hedge in Daneway Lane, Sapperton.
STROUD will look for a response at home to Wells on Saturday, after a frustrating defeat at Old Bristolians, writes Sean Moore.
NAILSWORTH'S famed duck race will return on Saturday, May 20 to kick off the week-long arts festival.
TODAY will be mostly dry with sunny spells at first, but with showers and spells of rain expected during the afternoon.
THE score completely belies the fantastic hockey played by Stroud against top of the table, Bourton & Sherborne.