In this week's Falmouth/Penryn Packet - out today (Wednesday).
A Falmouth 'flasher' reported to be following women and exposing himself around town has the police appealing for witnesses.
A horror road smash closed the A39 at Perranarworthal for an entire morning after three vans and a car collided on the busy main road. The emergency services had to cut a 19-year-old Falmouth teen out of her blue Peugeot 107 following the accident:
The skipper of a Flushing Ferry has been fined thousands of pounds for safety breaches, as has the firm behind the river link across the Fal.
Daffodil don Ron Scamp has been presented with one of the horticulture world’s highest awards in recognition of his “significant contribution” to the UK flower bulb industry - here he is holding his trophy:
A taxi driver from Falmouth has been banned from riving after being caught drunk behind the wheel in the McDonald's car park on Dracaena Avenue.
Never Mind the Buzzcocks team captain Phill Jupitus is all set to bring his unique brand of improvised comedy and fat man jokes to the Mylor Sessions.
The Fal River Festival this summer promises to be the biggest and best yest, according to organisers, with 150 events planned over ten days.
Cornwall's first electric car 'eco-rally' was held last week, with more than 20 of the 'green' vehicles taking part in a scenic trip from Truro to St Austell.
Check out this picture of the little Peugeot iOns queuing to get onboard the King Harry Ferry:
Pendennis Point of View (PPV) has taken an Easter break.
Look out for the return of Rocky the Rooster and his PPV pals in April.
For all this news - and much, much more - don't forget to pick up your copy of the Falmouth/Penryn Packet. Out today (Wednesday)!
AND DON'T FORGET! Put your clocks forward on Sunday, as we all herald the arrival of British Summer Time (and hopefully some warmer weather) with an hour less in bed.