In this week's Falmouth/Penryn Packet - out today (Wednesday)
A hero returns - One of the last surviving veterans of the WWII raid on the French port of St Nazaire, which departed Falmouth on March 26 1942, returns to the town this weekend for the annual commemorative service.
Indie rockers The Wedding Present - firm favourites of the Packet's former news editor - will be appearing at Falmouth's Princess Pavilion this summer with a full rendition of one of their classic albums.
The makers of the mystery messages found on Swanpool Beach last month can finally be revealed - as a group of schoolgirls "flattered" by their brush with fame.
See message makers Chimé, Mo and Rhiannon with their bottle, below:
A secret mosaic featuring the Falmouth Hotel's logo has been revealed after an old and tired carpet was taken up.
In court this week, an 89-year-old Falmouth man was left in fear after being assaulted in his own home by his son's ex-girlfriend.
A horse or its owner is being sought by Falmouth Police, who suspect equine involvement in a brace of hay and carrot thefts from farms on the outskirts of Penryn and Stithians.
Falmouth School is preparing for its largest and most difficult production to date with 70 students of all ages involved in bringing Annie the musical to life.
Check out the cast in a full dress rehearsal, in the picture below:
Children across Falmouth and Penryn did something funny for money when they raised some charity cash for Red Nose Day - like these youngsters from Kennall Vale Primary School, pictured below:
Daffy Down Dilly Day - the annual start of spring event at Trebah Garden brought children from across the area together in celebration of the season. Like these delightful dancing girls, below:
For all this - and much more - don't forget to pick up your copy of the Falmouth/Penryn Packet. Out today (Wednesday)!