A 24-hour mental health helpline is being rolled out to adults across the West of England to help them cope with the impact of Covid-19.
A Weston community café made up more than 15,000 packed lunches so children did not go hungry during the lockdown.
Council leaders are encouraging parents to talk to schools if they are anxious about sending children back to class.
A Weston councillor has praised his ‘wonderful’ wife’s care home for helping them celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary – in full PPE.
Weston College has been allocated more than £1million by the Government towards essential repairs and refurbishment.
The owners of Birnbeck Pier say plans for its regeneration will be revealed soon after councillors voted to force its sale.
A large area of green space in Highbridge will be sold off to allow a new development of 110 homes to go ahead.
Al fresco shopping and dining could soon be widespread in Weston as part of plans to help businesses weather the coronavirus crisis.
A private company could be drafted in to fine people for littering, fly tipping and dog fouling in North Somerset.
Six more cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Somerset.
More than 40 deaths linked to the coronavirus have occurred outside hospital in North Somerset, the latest figures show.
The national track and trace programme is being extended to Weston-super-Mare to determine if the spike in Covid-19 infections started in the community or at the hospital.
A recovery plan to ease North Somerset out of lockdown and back to normality has been drawn up.
As North Somerset enters another week in lockdown, charities have reiterated their mission to help victims.
The Mercury has compiled a list of useful numbers to help people find support during the coronavirus pandemic.
Three volunteers have decided to hang up their life jackets after helping at the RNLI’s shop in Weston for many years.
Weston’s Grand Pier hosted a fun day out to thank mini police units for their hard work.
Larger-than-life actor, writer and presenter, Brian Blessed, will share tales from his illustrious acting career as well as his adventurous life in a one off evening at The Playhouse on March 7.
House prices increased in North Somerset in December, new figures show.
Patients failed to turn up for more than 200,000 GP appointments in North Somerset last year, costing the NHS millions of pounds.
Two international rugby union players have swapped the playing field for the classrooms.
Worle Community School Academy (WCSA) has been rewarded as the best school in the region for environmental travel to school.
CSF Professional Wrestling is bringing the biggest wrestling event the town has ever seen to Hutton Moor Leisure Centre on February 29.
Fans are invited to celebrate the joy Buddy Holly has brought to millions of people worldwide by joining Buddy Holly and The Cricketers on their first tour of the new decade.
Motown fans are invited to The Playhouse to dance the night away in a celebration of the legendary soul sounds with band, How Sweet It Is.
The frontman of an American band will perform at a Weston venue later this month.
Puxton’s only pub is vying to diversify with overnight accommodation to secure its future.
A multi-billion-pound transport wish list, which will connect North Somerset with other areas in the South West, is set to be approved by councillors next month.
Experience the musical phenomena of the 1960s in a theatre spectacular starring one of the period’s most highly-respected acts in the UK and Europe.
An acclaimed singer-songwriter will perform at Westonbirt Arboretum as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series presented by Forestry England.