Max Lewis, 19, died in the collision shortly before 3pm on Saturday 15 November 2014 on Forest Lane when a red Citroen Saxo he was travelling in collided with a white Renault Master van.
An 18 year-old man and a 25 year-old man - both from Melksham - were arrested on Thursday 20 November on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
They have since been bailed to return to Melksham police station on a date in January 2015.
The driver of the Saxo - a 22 year old man from Melksham - was taken by air ambulance to Southampton General Hospital. He remains in hospital in a stable condition.
Bristol actor David Prowse has made a comeback - as the Green Cross Code Man.
The 79 year old actor, who appeared as Darth Vader in the Star Wars movies, has appeared in a video as part of a road safety campaign launched on YouTube.
Unlike the original Green Cross Code Man campaigns, this one is aimed at adults who put themselves at risk by continuing to use modern technology while crossing the road.
MP Mark Horwood has joined protestors outside a factory in Cheltenham.
Mr Horwood took the case of 105 Weetabix employees who have been made redundant to parliament yesterday. The packing plant on the Kingsditch Industrial Estate announced it was closing down last month. Employees don't feel that the redundancy package they were offered is fair.
Following a protest outside a Weetabix factory in Cheltenham the employer has offered an enhanced redundancy package.
105 employees at the plant on the Kingsditch Industrial Estate were made redundant after the factory announced it would close. They say their not happy with the redundancy packages they were offered.
In this month's "The Westcountry at Westminster", Alastair Stewart is joined by Baroness Jolly from Cornwall, a Liberal Democrat peer and government whip in the House of Lords; Labour's Clare Moody who represents the South West as an MEP; and Rebecca Pow, a former journalist, who's hoping to take Taunton Deane for the Conservatives at the next General Election.
Up for discussion on the show - the Rochester by-election and what a UKIP win means for the other parties. Also, on a recent visit to Somerset Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg all but promised an improved transport infrastructure package for the South West. Business and council leaders want to see the A303 and A358 turned into dual carriageway. Plus, nearly one hundred years since the first female MP was elected, how have things changed for women in politics?
Avon and Somerset's Police and Crime Commissioner has told ITV News she remains as committed as ever to her job despite calls for her to quit.
Today marks the start of Sue Mountsevens' third year in office but the anniversary comes at a time when her chief constable is suspended and with an independent investigation into the conduct of some officers and staff underway.
A lorry driver has crashed through the front of a pub in Wiltshire.
The incident - which happened at 6am - left a huge hole in the front wall of the Rising Sun pub in North Bradley near Trowbridge.
Wiltshire Police say the drivers injuries are not thought to be serious. He was taken to Bath's Royal United Hospital for treatment.
The road next to the pub was closed for several hours but has now reopened. The building has been deemed structurally safe.
Workers at a company that's closing down in Cheltenham are protesting over their redundancy packages.
Workers due to be made redundant from a Weetabix packing factory in Cheltenham are protesting today against their redundancy packages.
Employees at a Weetabix packing plant on the Kingsditch Industrial Estate say their unhappy with the redundancy packages they've been offered. The factory announced in October that it would close, leaving its 105 employees looking for another job.
Cheltenham MP Martin Horwood will join protestors. He raised their case in parliament yesterday.
Two minicab drivers have been prosecuted for refusing to take a blind man's guide dog in their cars.
Andrew Goddard called a cab firm to pick him up from his home in Brislington to take him to the centre of Bristol. Not one, but two, drivers refused to take his dog Sammy. The men were prosecuted for breaching the equalities act. Mr Goddard says he's delighted the drivers went to court.