Local residents are urged to give their views on possible new locations for future waste and recycling facilities in the Blandford and Purbeck area.
Buxton Road in Weymouth will be closed for three days next week while emergency repairs are carried out.
Dorset County Council will work with its partners to continue to improve support for children and young people in Dorset who have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
A £2.5m project is underway to create 20 new employment units in the heart of Dorset.
The site of Lyme Regis library on Silver Street has been gifted to the Lyme Regis Development Trust by Dorset County Council.
Pupils and teachers in Bere Regis have celebrated the official opening of their new primary school.
Do you live in a rural community with difficulty accessing public transport? Did you know grants are available for local transport schemes across Dorset?
Dorset County Council’s Cabinet has approved some changes to the way that charges are calculated for the care and support that adults receive.
Tenants on the Dorset County Council Farm Estate are providing a fertile ground for the next generation of farmers in the county.
Councils have come together to show support for apprentices.
An update to avian influenza (bird flu) controls that have been in place across the country since December.
Children across the country have found out which secondary school they will be going to in September 2017.
Resident and visitor on-street parking permits issued by Dorset County Council are going virtual.
Gillingham has secured £3.45m from the Government for roads infrastructure to support new homes and jobs.
Local residents are asked to give their views on possible new locations for future waste and recycling facilities in the Blandford and Purbeck area.
Weymouth Town Bridge will turn red on the evening of Wednesday, 22 February to ‘shine a light’ on a devastating brain condition.
Dorset County Council has agreed to increase council tax by 4.99 per cent to help bridge the gap in funding for adult social care.
The world of local government and public service provision continues to change at an unprecedented speed. We must provide the leadership to face the challenges head on.
Dorset County Council has won funding amounting to £620,000 from Public Health England to buy and re-develop a property in Weymouth to help ensure local people suffering harm from the misuse of alcohol or other drugs receive the support they need.
Five days of surfacing work near Weymouth Harbour will start on Monday 20 February.