n A campaign has been launched calling for CCTV cameras to be installed on the Great Western Way in Hereford, with the founder of the online petition saying the area is increasingly becoming a ‘no-go’ area.
A WORRIED family is appealing for help to pay the medical bills of a desperately ill father in Zimbabwe.
THIS is one of the sights you can expect to see at this weekend's Herefordshire Country Fair.
A GRANT of £8,500 has been given to the South Wye Development Trust in Hereford.
A RESTORATION project at a historic farm has been given a fundraising boost from another farm's open day.
A LEOMINSTER deli has been given a new lease of life after being bought by one of the stars of The Archers.
HEREFORD FC's Bank Holiday clash with Westfields is to be an all-ticket tie.
THE cream of Herefordshire's school athletes produced some eye-catching performances in the annual Mason Trophy, an Inter-Counties competition staged at the prestigious Alexander Stadium in Birmingham.
HEREFORDSHIRE 2nd XI let a useful victory platform topple as they went down to a 51-run defeat in a one-day fixture with the Worcestershire County League XI at Eastnor.
BEN Smith took an amazing eight wickets as Kington stormed to a fantastic success against Builth Wells in Division One of the GB Liners Marches Cricket League.
THE Pembridge Show trotting races produced five hard-fought races under BHRC rules on a tight, turning mile-long track.
By Peter Fletcher
A 'FISH pass' allowing salmon, trout and eels to swim upstream could be built at a weir in a Herefordshire river.
THERE really was an eclectic mix of lots on offer with something to suit everybody's taste at McCartneys most recent antique and collectables sale on June 18. A cut glass rectangular decanter with a silver collar lock for marked H&H for Hunkin and Heath realised £300, a 9 carat gold hunter pocket watch £230 and a Birmingham reticulated silver frog hat pin £140.
THERE'S something special about Nozstock.
WITH a fifth of young people believing it virtually impossible to get on the property ladder, Connells in Hereford is urging aspirational home owners to speak to its mortgage services consultants as buying a first home may be within closer reach than initially thought.
ORGANISERS of the 26th Much Marcle Steam Rally are hailing it as a great success, and they are already looking forward with excitement to next year.
HEREFORD youngster Jack Dodds has become the latest member to earn himself the rank of black belt within the English Contact Karate Association.
A LINK road must be built before any development takes place in Leominster.
CHARITIES and agencies promoting health and wellbeing came together in Hereford city centre.
IT is unclear whether the county's two MPs plan to keep their controversial 10 per cent pay rise.
"THERE'S a squirrel lying on the ground" was just one of the time-wasting calls police have received in recent months.
LAST week an entourage of five vehicles and a dozen men were needed to mow the verge of the A49 Leominster bypass. They even had mobile traffic control causing chaos for drivers, as they closed the road to one lane, only to cut the grass and trim trees back.
THE Three Choirs Plus science show was in the Old Market and other venues, demonstrating how a musical instrument works, and what it is that our ears and brains are doing when we listen to one.
Lower Walton Farm, Five Bridges, Bishops Frome
3 Oak Willows, Roman Road, Hereford
VOLUNTEERS are needed for St John Ambulance in Herefordshire.
FIREFIGHTERS tackled a fire involving a tumble dryer at a home in Ledbury last night.
A HEREFORD farm which specialises in mutton production is to make its small screen debut this weekend.
A MAN who rescues horses and trains them for his traditional logging business has been given an award by the Prince of Wales.
Musical Walking Tour of Hereford
IN many places around Hereford these days hedges in front gardens are so overgrown that there is barely space to pass, and in some places pedestrians have to walk in the road. Why is this?
PRICE Frederick Arthur John (Fred) Passed away peacefully at Hereford County Hospital on July 22nd, aged 76 Years. Loving husband to Joan, wonderful father and father in law to Julie, Dave, Andy and Aly, Steve, Jo and Jane. Treasured grandfather to Natalie, Katherine, Matthew, Adam, Harry, Abbie and Jack. He will be sadly missed. The Funeral Service will take place at Hereford Crematorium on Tuesday, August 4th, at 1.30 p.m. Family flowers only, but donations if desired for the British Heart Foundation can be made in Fred's memory. All enquires to Dawe Brothers. 01432 274066.