Review of Livery Walk car park in Bridge of Weir to take place
A car park in Bridge of Weir is to be reviewed to see if a redesign could increase the number of parking spaces. Read more
Local Community Police officers from Johnstone hold kids football tournament
Local Community Police officers from Johnstone Police Office have held a football tournament for primary school kids on Friday 29th September 2017 at the ONYX sport centre in Linwood. Read more
William Cameron jailed for life for the murder of Darryl Fitch
A man has been given a life sentence after being convicted of murdering his best friend on a camping weekend. Read more
Quarriers and Malcolm Group announce partnership to help spread the charity’s message in an innovative way
Quarriers, one of Scotland’s leading social care charities, has announced a charity partnership with The Malcolm Group, the logistics and construction specialists. Read more
Councillor praises blooming hard work of community group ‘Brighter Bridge of Weir’
A local Councillor has praised a local community group who work to improve the appearance and environment of Bridge of Weir. Read more
Only days before new Bridge of Weir restaurant The Coach House opens in Bridge of Weir
The finishing touches are being made to new  Bridge of Weir restaurant The Coach House, which is set to open its doors to the public from Friday. Read more
Retiring Headteachers thanked for their service from Renfrewshire Council
Seven headteachers from across Renfrewshire with more than 230 years’ experience celebrated their retirement this week. Read more
Police looking for Bridge of Weir man missing since November
Police are making another appeal for information to help trace a man missing from Bridge of Weir. Read more
Help trace missing  Bridge of Weir man George Brown
Police at Johnstone are appealing for information to help trace a man missing from Bridge of Weir. Read more
Remembrance Service times in Renfrewshire this weekend
Communities across Renfrewshire are preparing for a weekend of Remembrance. Read more