The Blackbird is to close and lose its coveted Michelin star, the Newbury Weekly News can exclusively reveal.
Former St Bartholomew’s School PE teacher Mike Hart has lived in Newbury since 1969.
The decision on whether to allow up to 1,000 new homes to be built at Sandleford Park rests with Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick and his team.
Ghostbusters fan Pete Farley was given a poignant send off last week as he was carried to his funeral service in a replica Ecto-1 car.
Fifty members of Newbury and District Agricultural Society are staging a last-ditch bid to stop Newbury Showground from being sold.
Sovereign Housing has said it will look into the way it sets gas charges after tenants were hit by an almost 300 per cent hike in their bills.
More than £3,000 has been donated to Time to Talk West Berkshire following the death of one of its former trustees, John Hampson.
A £1.5M project to transform Newbury’s Waterside Centre into a state-of-the-art youth facility is on track to be completed by the summer.
West Berkshire hotel owner loses legal challenge against the Government to bring forward date that indoor hospitality can reopen.
A company that delivers milk to households in the Newbury area has faced a social media backlash over its decision to only accept orders via email.
Anyone who witnessed the incident is being asked to come forward.
1,000 homes planning appeal will be broadcast live on social media next month.
From this weekend the company that delivers milk and other produce to hundreds of households will only be accepting orders via email.
Former Newbury MP Richard Benyon and Lord Iliffe remember 'respected' friend
Gatherings with family and friends replaced with Zoom calls for second consecutive year
Appeal for witnesses after "distressing" events
'Support your local businesses' plea as they open for the first time in three months
The team at The Woodspeen are working hard to ensure they are ready as they prepare to reopen for the third time in 12 months.
Protesters demonstrate against Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
The group said the bill contains “sweeping and arbitrary powers to criminalise protest” MEMBERS of Extinction Rebellion Newbury have been peacefully protesting……