The seventh annual Wandsworth Heritage Festival kicks off this Saturday with a photographic exhibition in Putney Library and a walk through historic Earlsfield.
Transport for London has announced it will be carrying out overnight resurfacing work in Tooting Bec Road starting next week.
The referendum on whether the UK should remain a member of the European Union is now just over a month away.
The council is reviewing its policy on how it enforces rules aimed at protecting local people.
Wandsworth Council is supporting World No Tobacco Day on May 31 and is encouraging residents to give up for 24 hours as a first step to giving up completely.
Drivers and bus passengers whose daily commute takes them through the Wandsworth one-way system are being given advance warning of roadworks that will affect their journeys next week.
The third round of the Wandsworth Grant Fund is now open for applications
Book your place now for the half term Skate Camp at Kimber Skate Park.
Local people are getting the opportunity to glimpse a preview of the architectural gems being built on their doorstep.
Nominations have now closed for the Tooting Parliamentary by-election taking place on Thursday June 16.
Work is due to begin later this summer on a new eco-project designed to support aquatic life in the River Wandle.
Hundreds of people got up close with a dinosaur on Saturday as part of the Wandsworth Arts Fringe.
Ill and disadvantaged children will benefit this year from the fundraising efforts of new mayor Richard Field.
Wandsworth and Richmond Councils have now agreed the next step in pioneering plans for a shared workforce serving both boroughs.
Pearl and Claude Howard have been presented with a scroll in recognition of their hard work as Wandsworth’s most experienced and longest-serving foster carers.
The Notice of Election has now been formally published ahead of next month’s Tooting by-election.
There has been a fifth measles case confirmed in Wandsworth, and the council’s public health team has repeated its call for local people to get themselves and their children inoculated.
The WAND Card scheme, which helps families with disabled children, has been expanded with the launch of the new WAND+ card.
The council has granted planning permission for the reconstruction and refurbishment of the Grand Hall at Battersea Arts Centre following last year’s fire.
Explore the history of Wandsworth at the seventh annual Wandsworth Heritage Festival later this month.
The date for the forthcoming Tooting Parliamentary constituency by-election has been set for Thursday, June 16.
Nine Elms will spring to life later this month with a programme of green-fingered events as part of the Chelsea Fringe gardening festival.
Transport for London has announced that it will be carrying out overnight resurfacing work in Battersea Park Road starting next week.
Ark Putney Academy has been showing off its gleaming new buildings.
The new Eatwell Guide from Public Health England has set out updated guidelines for what a healthy balanced diet looks like.
Students from seven Wandsworth secondary schools have been finding out about other faiths at this year’s Faith Direct event at the town hall.
There’s loads of options for young disabled sportspeople in Wandsworth, with a range of clubs you can join.
Roehampton’s Kings and Queens banquet and Feel Good Festival are calling for volunteers to help out on 2 or 3 July this year.
The council has decided not to proceed with plans to close Dr Johnson Avenue to vehicle traffic.
The number of Royal street parties being held in Wandsworth to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday has passed the three figure mark.
Foster Care Fortnight starts May 16, and the council’s fostering team is keen to meet potential new carers.
Pupils at Ravenstone primary school in Balham are attending a good and rapidly improving school that offers a good standard of education, according to national school inspectors.
With temperatures set to soar this weekend people are being reminded that there is no better place in London to cool off than the much loved Tooting Bec Lido.
A Tooting resident has won the fourth and final Golden Ticket recycling prize draw.
Penwortham School has officially opened its new building, which has already been shortlisted for a design award.
Council tenants who sign up to pay their rent by direct debit could win themselves a prize worth £1,000.
Wandsworth Town Hall has been covered with images of measles spots as public health experts warn that London is in the grip an outbreak of the disease.
The Wandsworth Arts Fringe starts next Friday (May 6) with a feast of live performances, exhibitions and events to tickle the palate of arts lovers across the borough.
A new sixth form block at a secondary school in Tooting and a series of public works of art in Balham High Road have both been named as the winners of this year’s Wandsworth Design Awards.
A council tenant who moved to the countryside to live in a house he secretly owned made thousands of pounds in ill-gotten gains by renting out the council flat he’d been given in Battersea, a court has been told.
A record number of parents have applied for a place at a Wandsworth primary school this September as the popularity of the borough’s schools continues to rise.
A schoolgirl who campaigns to help other students struggling with issues around their gender and sexuality has won this year’s Wandsworth Young Person of the Year Award.
Children attending a primary school in Putney are enjoying lessons in bright new state-of the-art classrooms following a £1.9m investment in education facilities at their school.