A new report says that the number of children vaping in the West Berkshire area has significantly increased year on year.
A Thatcham shopkeeper has been fined for dangerously storing fireworks – and told he might face jail if he does it again.
Two West Berkshire schools are to have their admission numbers cut.
Roadworks are causing traffic chaos in Newbury.
West Berkshire Council’s new administration has announced its first budget.
People power has won a victory for the Willows Edge Care Home which was due to be closed by the council.
Network Rail says ground works around the Green Park village area could have made recent flooding worse.
The winter 2013/14 flood event significantly impacted nineteen parishes in West Berkshire.
Investigations into West Berkshire flooding have begun.
As the great mop up continues, Local Democracy Reporter Niki Hinman looks back to 2014.
West Berkshire Council has bought the first seven homes under a new scheme to support people displaced from Ukraine and Afghanistan.
Plans to pedestrianise Newbury town centre have been referred to the council’s watchdog – with claims it discriminates against disabled people.
Workers at AWE in Burghfield and Aldermaston are heading for strike action.
Rural businesses in West Berkshire are being encouraged to apply for funding from the council.
There has been a last minute objection to a multi-million pound upgrade at the traveller site linked to the death of PC Andrew Harper.
West Berkshire residents are being invited to a flood forum to discuss the district’s recent drenching.
West Berkshire Council is setting up an investigation into recent flooding in the district – after unexpected areas deluged.
Plans have been submitted for 32 flats to be created at a disused hotel in Padworth.
West Berkshire Council has confirmed it will not challenge the Government on the Local Plan.
Two blocks of nine flats could be built on Newtown Road in Newbury.