War hero soldiers as young as 15 who died in World War One have been honoured by The King Alfred Academy students.
A Somerset academy is the most improved secondary school in the county, according to Government figures.
'Outstanding' care by staff at a Highbridge specialist home has won praise from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
A teacher who tried to rescue a woman after she was dragged out to sea by tidal currents has been praised for his quick-thinking response.
A school has raised £5,179 for charity In Charley's Memory (ICM) through a series of fun events this month.
More than 50 homes have been left without power in a Somerset town this afternoon (Tuesday).
Armed police tackled a drugs operation and discovered a 'suspicious' fire.
A swarm of bees have taken refuge in a children's play area sand pit, which could be there for up to six weeks.
A brave 10-year-old has interviewed Prime Minister Boris Johnson twice in two months, just weeks after fighting for his life after contracting a near-fatal infection.
A fish and chip shop has temporarily closed after it experienced 'teething problems' at its opening event.
County councillors will get community grants to fund projects under a initiative which launches this month.
A family member of an award-winning cider business has released his debut cookbook.
The first step toward a potential development of 550 homes has been given the green light.
Thousands of people flocked to enjoy a free day out in Highbridge during the summer holidays.
Revellers flocked to Highbridge to enjoy a music festival.
A jam-packed family fun day offering visitors 50 free activities will be held in Highbridge next month, after a council donated a four-figure sum.
A Somerset secondary school which has boosted its Ofsted rating has been admired and labelled as 'inspirational' by Wells MP James Heappey.
A young child set fire to a house after playing with a cigarette lighter.
Plans to build a primary school in Somerset have been opposed due to concerns about children's health caused by traffic-related pollution.
Eighteen students have reached an academy's milestone reading figure through its accelerated programme.
A Somerset school's major roof refurbishment scheme is complete, thanks to a £1.2million Government grant.
A 30ft high mural, which pays tribute to a legendary Somerset king, has been unveiled to mark a renowned day in the county.
A fundraising evening raised £1,400 for Burnham Area Rescue Boat Search and Rescue (BARB), which left its organisers overwhelmed by the generous amount raised.
Gale force winds did not halt furniture business Sopha's grand opening.
'Superb' performances by 'talented' dancers, singers and musicians were enjoyed at The Highbridge Festival of The Arts which ended on Saturday.
People living in Highbridge could lose their community's library as early as next month.
Two people have been banned from owning and looking after animals for the next 10 years after RSPCA inspectors found they had let dogs suffer.
Hundreds of performers are showcasing their talent at a festival of art in Highbridge.
A teenager with a life-limiting heart condition was given the 'trip of a lifetime' thanks to her stepfather's generous employers.
Plans to build a community hub on the site of a derelict hotel in Highbridge have been dealt yet another blow, with the project not set to be completed until December 2018.
A fire crew from Burnham-on-Sea was called to a chimney fire in Highbridge last night (Tuesday).
An accident involving a motorcyclist is causing slow traffic in Highbridge this evening (Monday).
Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to in connection with a serious assault in Highbridge.
A fire which destroyed 160 caravans and caused more than £1million worth of damage is believed to have started accidentally.
Firefighters were called to tackle a car fire yesterday evening (Monday).
A medical centre has been placed under special measures following an 'inadequate' inspection.
SCHOOLS from across Somerset competed in a glamorous carol competition at Weston-super-Mare's Grand Pier.
A DESPERATE mother wants to give her two-year-old son the chance to fulfil his dreams while they still can, with doctors predicting he could go blind or even die before he reaches the age of six.
THOUSANDS of homes could be built on greenfield land to meet a growing housing demand.
STUDENTS at King Alfred School in Highbridge have been celebrating today (Thursday) after the school recorded a significant rise in its GCSE performance this year.
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