Erestoke Prison has been recognised nationally for the standard of education and training it gives to its inmates.
TV presenter Kevin McCloud is involved in plans to redevelop a former rectory in Chippenham.
Wiltshire Police and the Ministry of Defence were out in force on Salisbury Plain last month to tackle the problem of vehicles illegally driving across the Defence Training Area.
Concerns about the WOMAD Festival, held near Malmesbury, will be discussed at a Wiltshire Council meeting on Friday.
Former members of the Wiltshire Regiment remembered their fallen comrades at an historic battle in India when they visited Devizes on Sunday to commemorate the battle that made the regiment’s name.
NATHAN Rudge says that conceding an injury-time winner at Stourbridge last weekend left a bitter taste in the mouth for his Chippenham Town side.
Around 56 Devizes employees are looking for work just a couple of weeks before Christmas after a marine survey company went into administration.
A 57-year-old Corsham man who sexually abused two young girls more than a decade apart has been jailed for three years and three months.
WITH Castle Combe and The Lamb already safely through to the quarter-finals of this seasons Wiltshire Junior Cup, Semington Magpies and Westwood News were hoping to join them in the final eight but it wasn’t to be as both sides crashed out of the competition.
DESPITE not having a league fixture at the weekend, Westwood News who were in Junior Cup action stretched their lead over their rivals at the top of Division Three to nine points.
A Lottery grant will ensure a treasure trove of valuable historical documents can be kept in Wiltshire.
CORSHAM made it eight wins from 11 games despite having Nick Holton sent off in Bristol.
UNQUESTIONABLY the match of the day in Division Two was the one at St Mary’s where hosts and current leaders Steeple Ashton entertained second-placed The Lamb.
The Wessex Business Women’s Network is holding a Christmas Lunch networking event at Widbrook Grange Hotel on Tuesday, December 18 at 12.15pm.
DEVIZES were soundly beaten as Welton clinched three important points.
MELKSHAM held up the charge of Premier Division leaders Brislington at The Conigre.
DUE to their match at Seend United being postponed on Friday afternoon due the hosts' pitch at the Lye being deemed unplayable, Melksham Town Reserves slipped from the top of the Trowbridge Windows & Conservatories-sponsored Trowbridge League Division One table.
Staff at The Corsham Factory Store have been nominated for Customer Service Initiative of the Year at the 2013 Retail Week Awards.
Youngsters from local schools and community groups lit up the streets of Calne on Saturday for the town’s lantern parade.
SUBSTITUTE Lee Stevens resuced a point for Calne after Warminster's Ronald Eugene had threatened to snatch victory for the lowly visitors.
A man from Oaksey has been charged with making and possessing over 1,000 indecent images of children.
PEWSEY recorded their first win at Ringwood since joining the Sydenhams League.
MALMESBURY emphatically ended their long wait for a first league win of the season as New College were put to the sword at the Flying Monk ground.
BASSETT came from behind to register a victory at Hook Norton.
Town councillors have agreed to spend more than £6,000 on events in Chippenham next year.
Swimming star Stephanie Millward added some silver sparkle to the switch-on of Corsham's Christmas lights on Friday evening.
Dance2Learn is hosting a free party to announce recent exciting developments and to launch its new project for the coming year.
The Duchess of Cornwall met flood victims in Malmesbury to har how the town coped withits worst floods in 70 years.
Around 250 Devizes residents assembled on the Green on Saturday morning to register their anger at a plan for even more housing on land near London Road.
Sixth form economics students at Hardenhuish School, Chippenham, may have a budding career in the Bank of England after their success in a national competition.