Yeovil Town's Championship survival hopes were severely dented last night, but Plymouth Argyle have edged closer to the League 2 play-offs.
A young woman from Yeovil in Somerset has been given an award by the British Heart Foundation for her health campaigning efforts.
Yeovil helicopter manufacturer AgustaWestland is hoping for arbitration after the Indian Government scrapped an order for 12 helicopters
The Yeovil-based helicopter maker AgustaWestland has signed a multimillion pound contract with the Brazilian Navy's to upgrade eight of its helicopters.
In a deal worth nearly 100 million pounds, it will see the company replace the navy's engines, navigation systems and display consoles. Work will begin later this year with the first helicopter scheduled to be completed in 2017.
Two Somerset men have been named as one of the four Britons feared dead after the yacht they were sailing in capsized in the mid-Atlantic Ocean.
56 year old Paul Goslin from Yeovil and 52 year old Steve Warren from Bridgwater were part of the crew on the Cheeki Rafiki returning from a sailing regatta in the Caribbean.
The yacht got into difficulties near Cape Cod in Massachusetts on Thursday. A search rescue for the crew has this afternoon been called off.
– US COASTGUARD SPOKESMAN
"We searched with multiple assets over 4,000 square miles for pings from the vessel's personal locator beacons.
"After receiving no more transmissions we believe that we would have found them by now if we were going to find them.
"These beacons are small devices and the ones being used have a very short battery life."
Yeovil Town Ladies face their biggest game since they entered the Women's Super League tonight when they take on Bristol Academy in the Continental Cup at Stoke Gifford.
The match has been dubbed the "Battle of the South West" but Yeovil know they start the game as underdogs.
Defender Natalie Haigh says it's a brilliant opportunity.
Thousands of people, including hundreds from the West, have taken part in one of the country's biggest charity walks.
Saturday night's moonwalk took place in London with walkers wearing the trademark brightly coloured bras. They raised £3.5 million to help tackle breast cancer.
Three women travelled from Yeovil in memory of friends and family....
Two injured workmen who were trapped inside a collapsed building in Yeovil have been rushed to hospital.
Emergency services were called to a construction site on Boundary Road shortly after midday.
They were freed from the wreckage and taken to hospital by ambulance. A man in his early twenties suffered head and leg injuries and was taken to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol. A second casualty, in his 60s, was taken to Yeovil District Hospital with minor injuries.
Cannabis plants worth £200,000 have been seized from a house in Yeovil.
Officers found 198 plants at a detached house that had been converted into a cannabis factory in Boundary Close.
A 33-year-old man is in custody for questioning on suspicion of drugs and immigration offences.
The area’s beat manager PC George Pettingell said: “We’re very grateful for help from the public in being our eyes and ears identifying this suspected cannabis factory.
“We take drugs misuse and its associated crime and anti-social behaviour very seriously. If you have any information about drugs in your community, please call us on 101.”
Yeovil Town Manager Gary Johnson reacts to the two-month delay on the Huish Park development decision, and stresses the club 'can't compete' without the plans being approved.
Yeovil Town Football Club will find out later if they'll be allowed to let developers build a supermarket on training pitches at Huish Park.
They say they need the money for a new stand and car park. But opponents are worried about the loss of open space and the effect of another superstore on the town centre.
South Somerset District Council will vote on the plans this afternoon. Yeovil's manager says the club will die if they can't develop:
Yeovil Town Football Club will find out today whether they'll be allowed to build a supermaket on training pitches at Huish Park. They say they need the money for a new stand and car park.
But opponents are worried about loss of open space and the effect of another superstore on the town centre.