A boy from Upper Basildon has designed the official T-shirt for the upcoming Reading half marathon after his entry won the design competition.
Newbury Vegan Market returns to the market place on Sunday 20 February for its first event of the year.
The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire is now 38,441 - an increase of 162 in the last 24 hours.
Police stationed in a bus stopped over 30 drivers for using mobile phones in a recent operation carried out in Berkshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire.
The Victoria Park community café project has begun to take shape after Newbury Town Council released a digital image of the proposed building.
A red weather warning has been issued by the Met Office today in preparation for the effects of Storm Eunice this weekend.
Multiple road closures have been announced in the area of Aldermaston in the coming weeks so that road resurfacing can take place.
Pet detective workshops for inquisitive dogs with strong noses are being run in the Upper Basildon Village Hall.
Menacing signs have appeared around East Ilsley as part of an innovative campaign to stop dog walkers from failing to clean up their pup’s poop.
West Berkshire Council has announced its bid to be part of a new project improving 4G and 5G networks throughout the county has been successful.
The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire is now 38,083 - an increase of 173 in the last 24 hours.
Pangbourne Rotary Club organised a seven-a-side football match in one of its latest initiatives to help the local Afghan community.
Money seized from criminals by the police is being made available to community and volunteer groups to launch projects that prevent further crime.
Two men have been charged with conspiracy to commit burglary among other offences tied to incidents in the local area over the past six months.
Compton’s neighbourhood development plan will be put in motion after last night’s referendum saw the village vote in support of the proposal.
The Pangbourne Neighbourhood Police Team is holding a free tool security tagging event in Mortimer this Sunday.
Newbury gardening group has announced the location and date of its next orchard planting following positive feedback from the local community.
Pupils from Beenham Primary School met the Mayor of Newbury last Thursday, February 3, when they visited Newbury Town Hall on a school trip.
Pupils from Bucklebury Church of England School visited the Houses of Parliament on February 1 to learn more about democracy in the UK.
Police have issued crime prevention advice following an increase in quad bike thefts across the UK and neighbouring counties in recent weeks.