A community media studio will be running in the Yellow House Penryn until Friday, with drop in workshops for residents to create animations for the forthcoming Son et Lumiere event on October 1.
Penryn is abuzz with new plans to help the town's bee population while also bringing a new bloom to the streets.
A medical evacuation from a French trawler was just one of five shouts in three for volunteer crew-members of Falmouth RNLI last week.
A planning application for four houses to accommodate 24 students next to Permarin car park in Penryn have been withdrawn following recommendations from Cornwall Council officers.
A Falmouth man whose business was damaged by arsonists has been left "supremely ?grateful? and humbled" after a fundraising campaign raised more than was needed to replace everything that was burnt.
Seafront sleepers are turning Pendennis Point into a travellers' site and preventing locals and tourists from being able to park, according to complaints by regular visitors to the headland.
A gum-buster has arrived in Falmouth and will be used by town council staff to rid the streets of the sticky residue discarded by gum-chewing locals and visitors.
Plans for 150 homes in College Valley near Penryn have been supported by Budock Parish Council - within whose boundaries the site sits - following a promise of more public open space.
A fun day tomorrow will celebrate the return of the Furry Youth Café in Helston.
Falmouth's Methodist congregation celebrated over two centuries on the Moor with a genteel afternoon of tea and cake.
It may have been mid-August, but residents of Mabe had Christmas on their minds when they turned out in force to support the annual Red Arrows barbecue.