IT WAS only a decade ago that Marco Nott formed a Sunday League team called Balti House.
CLUB chairman Robin Satherley believes there is an “air of excitement” around Portland United, as they prepare to kick off as a Sydenhams Wessex League club once again.
TREVOR Senior finds it difficult to put his finger on why Bridport have been the Western League Premier Division’s Jekyll and Hyde club over the last couple of seasons.
IT COULD have been oh so different for defender Calvin Brooks, as the determined defender prepares for his first full season as a Weymouth player.
CHAIRMAN Matt Lucas has paid tribute to his club’s fans for the work they have done at the Avenue over the summer.
THE first draw in Portland Town’s inter-club league resulted in Damers Blinds remaining top of the table on goal difference.
LOOKING back at the second half of last season still hurts Terras’ boss Jason Matthews, but he believes, as a manager, he has learnt a huge amount after his side’s promotion hopes were dashed.
Coastguards were alerted to a report of a missing 3-year-old child along Weymouth beach this afternoon.
STALBRIDGE survived a major batting collapse to edge home against Martinstown.
A PIECE of Dorset's Second World War history could be yours- for £1.5m.
SLEEP under the stars and see nature like never before.
“DORCHESTER is a good place to be at the moment,” states Mark Jermyn as he gazes out across the pitch from the home dugout at an empty Avenue Stadium.
A CHICKERELL schoolboy has won a competition challenging children to make a wizard out of waste materials.
DORSET today ended their long wait for a win this season by wrapping up a seven-wicket success against Devon in Exmouth.
THE main challenge for Chickerell chief Steve Coward this season is simple - win the Dorset Senior League.
A YOUNG wallaby hand reared by staff at a Portland community farm has been reintroduced to her family.
THIS postcard collection by Derek Pride has taken us on a tour of some of Dorchester's most cherished spots.
CONTINUING our look at the record floods of 1955, we've got some more photos to share with you this week.
WE published this old postcard last week and asked - whose funeral was it?
WE'RE going on a trip down memory lane again to look at more carnival queens.
CHILD-FRIENDLY cinema is on offer in Dorchester over the summer holidays.
A MUSICAL and comical extravaganza is coming to the Regent Centre in Christchurch.
SWANAGE Pier Trust hopes to raise £10,000 towards its renovation appeal by raffling off its historic 10,000th brass plaque.
HAVE your say on the road system in Littlemoor.
DORSET Police spent more than £53,000 per month on their fleet of vehicles last year.
RAIL passengers travelling from Weymouth will be facing double disruption this month due to engineering works at Bath and strike action.
A MAN who flashed children in two separate incidents on the same day despite already being on the sex offenders register has been spared jail.
There has been a serious accident on the A35 Sea Road South in Bridport involving a car and a lorry
GEORGE Rigg is eager to get going with the Terras this term having spent part of the close season working alongside some Premier League stars.
WEST Dorset Swimming Club’s Zoe Gowers powered to a gold medal in the under-17 mixed relay at the European Pentathlon Championships in Portugal.
PLAYERS and officials of the Weymouth & District Table Tennis League are coming to to terms with the sad loss of Andy Mitchell, who died aged 68 following a long illness.
A CAMPAIGN has been launched to clean up Weymouth town centre amid claims streets are ‘dirty and shabby’.