A 15-YEAR-old boy was punched on the side of the head as he left a mosque in High Wycombe, police said.
A COUNCIL has extended the deadline for responses to its public consultation over mooted plans to build thousands of homes in the Wycombe District.
A WORLD-RECORD chasing Bucks woman has just finished climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro as she edges closer to the overall finish-line.
A BROWNIE leader had 40cm chopped off her locks to donate to a children's charity, which supplies wigs.
A SHOPKEEPING couple who have been a fixture in Marlow for over 30 years have been honoured for their efforts in raising money for a flood-hit activity centre.
NANDO’S are going to open a new restaurant at Beaconsfield Service Station, this summer.
PUPILS at a school in Princes Risborough performed their own take of a Shakespeare play.
'OUTSTANDING in all areas' is the judgement of Ofsted inspectors in their report on Chesham Grammar School.
AN under threat charity is urging people to wear brightly coloured clothes on May 16 to help boost its coffers and help ill children in need.
TRICOLOURS were everywhere at an Amersham school as pupils held a French-themed day.
DOZENS of people flocked to the opening of Chesham's new skatepark, as it was finally unveiled after a two year wait.
IMPROVEMENTS are being made at a special measures school in Bourne End, a recent Ofsted report said.
AN ACADEMY for young goalkeepers set up in memory of an Amersham teenager has the potential to go national, believes one of the men who helped get it up and running.
THIS week's Letter from Westminster is penned by MP John Bercow, who covers Princes Risborough. He writes about a new community bank in Aylesbury.
KEY health issues will be scrutinised by County Hall as hospital care in Buckinghamshire is said to be “ahead of the game”.
CRIME levels are at their lowest in the Thames Valley since 1989, according to statistics released today.
AN RAF High Wycombe chaplain who helped repatriate more than 50 British and Afghan military personnel and civilians has been awarded an MBE.
DIVERSIONS are in place in Chesham today as road repair work is carried out.
A CAR overturned in Flackwell Heath yesterday, causing traffic delays.
A PETITION to stop land separating Bourne End and Wooburn Green being developed on, has now been signed by 600 people.