Showing results 1 to 10 of 285
Sort by: most relevant first | most recent first
A police investigation may have prompted a 36-year-old Wokingham man to take his own life earlier this year, a coroner has ruled.
Residents in Spencers Wood and Three Mile Cross have said plans for more than 900 homes threaten to ruin village life.
Chatterboxes from secondary schools across Berkshire put their talking skills to the test when they discussed all things Olympic Games during the opening round of a public speaking competition.
The shortlist of nominations for the 2012 Berkshire Book Award has been announced. Schoolchildren across Wokingham are among those who have been busy putting forward the reads they believe are worthy of the award.
A group has been set up to address growing financial pressures on school transport in Wokingham, after numbers using the service rocketed from three to nearly 300.
Wokingham councillors have opted not to call for a public apology over Reading’s “disgusting” behaviour during the Maiden Erlegh catchment row.
Wokingham folk have clearly been wearing their poppy with pride this year as local collections for the Royal British Legion have totalled more than £25,000 – setting a new record.
Townspeople in Woodley were walking in a winter wonderland at the weekend.
Wokingham is failing to build enough homes to keep up with demand, the lawyer for a developer has said at the start of a planning appeal over hundreds of houses.
Senior staff have cast doubt on Wokingham Borough Council’s standards and the effectiveness of its Transformation Programme.