Honiton’s mayor officially opened Hospiscare’s new warehouse store this week.
Shute Community Primary School threw open its doors and gardens last week to hold a tea party for the Queen.
Women from Honiton are joining forces with others from Devon to support the national Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) campaign.
Royal celebrations in Awliscombe included a scarecrow competition and a royal tea fit for a queen.
There was a happy ending when a Northleigh teenager took part in a prestigious national short story competition.
The latest monthly crime statistics for Honiton show a drop of six offences compared to the same period last year.
Two members of Blesma, an organisation for limbless veterans, visited Honiton Community College to inspire youngsters.
A Honiton youngster has had 14 inches of her hair cut off to support children’s charity Little Princess Trust.
Honiton Town Council has received a community award from East Devon District Council (EDDC) for The Beehive as part of the Queen’s 90th birthday celebration.
Fly tippers could face fixed penalties of £400 under new powers approved by East Devon District Council.
Police are warning shopkeepers to keep an eye out for possible ‘dodgy notes’ after two incidents in Sidmouth and Colyford.
Grammar school poll bucks national result
Neil Parish says he will continue to fight for Britain’s agricultural industry following the EU referendum result.
In the wake of Britain voting to leave the European Union this morning, the leader of East Devon District Council (EDDC) says he ‘trusts the electorate’.
Julie Girling and Molly Scott-Cato both released statements following the EU referendum result.
Hugo Swire MP said people must work together to secure the best deal for Britain, following David Cameron’s announcement that he will step down as PM.
David Cameron has announced he will quit as Prime Minister by October after a humiliating defeat in the referendum which ended with a vote for Britain to leave the European Union.
Village church service featured prayers in Latin, probably for the first time since the Reformation
The death of Charles Broom is not being treated as suspicious.
On display in Exeter’s Northernhay Gardens from Friday, July 1 until Thursday July 7, 19240 Shrouds of the Somme by Somerset artist Rob Heard comprises 19,240 shrouded figures.
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