A man has been arrested in Honiton after cash and drugs were seized in a raid.
An image of a man police would like to speak to have been released following an incident of fraud in Honiton.
Fears for roof after chimney catches alight
League’s longest serving trustee steps down ahead of the AGM at the hospital tomorrow, Wednesday April 25
Local NT centre now has vacancies for new members
Plans to expand the popular River Cottage - incorporating the build of a 16-bed guesthouse and cookery school - are being recommended for approval.
Canoe club members remove hundreds of pieces of rubbbish from the riverbanks
An application to build a 32-home development on the former site of Halse of Honiton is being recommended for refusal.
A popular nature festival is returning to Stockland this year.
Tia has her long hair cut short to aid other youngsters who have lost all theirs
A benefit fiddler has been jailed for inventing three different identities which he used to claim almost £100,000.
Two elderly ladies were left distraught after their purses were snatched in Honiton.
A fond farewell has been bid to a popular teaching assistant who worked at Honiton Primary School for nearly 30 years.
The first in a series of mini exhibitions opens today
Demonstrator raises the curtain on her early influences while working at the Royal Opera House
The sun is out, the course is open; what more could we wish for after so long in the winter doldrums? writes Ann Desmoulins.
Honiton battled well throughout their game at champions-elect Wellington, before going down 43-24, writes Jerry Rice.
Chard 2nds were 26-16 winners when they hosted Wiveliscombe 2nds, writes Gavin Smillie.
It’s extremely difficult to get accepted for a place in the London Marathon and once accepted you pound the roads for mile after mile, which this year was usually in wet, cold or windy weather, writes Dave Mutter.
Honiton Rhinos Under-9 player Jake Downs was left feeling ‘on top of the world’ last weekend, and it was all in a great cause.
Axminster Town are in action tonight (Wednesday) when they host Ilfracombe Town at Tiger Way (7.30pm).
Little Shop of Horrors takes to the Axminster stage this week.
Fliss Gorst is set to perform at Jazz Jurassica in Lyme Regis.
Lovers of jazz have something to look forward to in Dalwood, later this month.
It’s been a hectic time at The Beehive and there is more to come.
Organisers of an Easter pantomime are hoping Devon Freewheelers will benefit from magic beans.
Final preparations are being made for Little Shop of Horrors in Axminster
The sounds of Cliff Richard and The Shadows will be heard at The Beehive.
SeatonMusic hosted its last concert of the season on Thursday, March 22, which is reviewed here by Peter Dawson.
Classical concert to be staged in St Andrew’s Church.
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