Mother-of-two Lisa Wells was diagnosed with liver and bowel cancer just two weeks after giving birth. She passed away this weekend.Read the full story ›
The Environment Agency are investigating how the stream off the River Frome came to be polluted.Read the full story ›
Dry and fine this afternoon with highs of 14C. Chilly and frosty start. Some cloud in the afternoon.Read the full story ›
Jo has spoken to ITV News West Country about her experience of seeking treatment for her post-traumatic stress disorder and depression.Read the full story ›
A pregnant mother of two, her partner and their children have been living in hotel rooms for the past six weeks.Read the full story ›
Police are asking the public for help to find a suspected arsonist in Frome.
They suspect the person is behind a number of fires in the area, including reports of two vehicle fires around 2am on Friday 9 November, in the car park area of Selwood Road.
They are treating the case as criminal damage and are investigating.
Anyone with information is advised to call 101 and giving the call handler reference number 5218248663.
Up to 10 fire engines and crews have been tackling the blaze since around 3:30am this morning.Read the full story ›
The small market town in Somerset was praised for its independent shops and street market.Read the full story ›
Avon and Somerset Police are asking for help to trace a Frome woman who is missing along with her child.
Kelly Watkins, aged 32, and 21-month-old son Finn were last seen getting on a train in Frome at 10.15am yesterday morning.
Police say Kelly may have told a member of the public she was travelling to Preston to see family.
She is described as white, slim, 5ft 10 and was wearing leggings and a purple cardigan over a tie-dye top. Finn was wearing a babygro and a lightweight green and blue raincoat.
Police say Kelly is vulnerable and are asking anyone who sees her or Finn to call 999.
A schoolboy from Frome has won a competition to have his design featured on the Royal Mail's first class Christmas Stamp.
Prince Charles picked 10-year-old Ted Lewis' picture from more that two hundred thousand entries.
Ted says that it is incredible that his stamp will be seen all over the world.
Earlier Jonty and Eli-Louise spoke to Ted and his mum, watch below: