Axminster Town Council has defended its decision to limit access to a town centre garden, claiming dog fouling was putting children's health at risk.
Generous residents have ensured that Seaton Foodbank has a full larder.
Although the short term future of Axminster's adult mental health counselling service Arc has been secured, organisers say its survival depends on continued community support.
Colyton and Colyford Community Trust has identified a new site within the parish which could deliver up to 20 much-needed affordable homes.
A volunteer's half a century of service to the RNLI and Coastguard in Lyme Regis has been honoured.
Residents at a retirement flats development in Seaton have been raising money for a vital nursing service.
Seaton's Postmaster has condemned Barclays' decision to stop allowing its customers to make cash withdrawals at post offices from next year.
A fish supper hosted by Lyme Regis Sailing Club served up a £660 donation for the volunteers of the town's RNLI charity.
A Seaton healthcare worker has been made a Queen's Nurse.
Pupils at Axminster Community Primary Academy were not lost for words when local Rotarians appeared at their morning assembly.
A man has died after an incident at a shooting range on the East Devon and West Dorset border.
Worthy causes have received the first share of some £4,000 being handed out by the Chardstock Street Fayre (CSF) team.
Honiton Carers Support Group welcomed speaker Tomi Dalton whose subject was 'The design and production of fine bone china'.
A former Chardstock village councillor has been awarded the Freedom of the Parish.
Axminster twinners crossed The Channel to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the town's link with Douvres la Delivrande in Normandy.
An £800 town council grant has ensured that Seaton's activities brochure will be available again in the new year.
A £200,000 scheme to upgrade Seaton's skatepark is under way
Author, poet, shepherd and cider maker James Crowden - of TV and radio fame - will be speaking at Shute Apple Day on Sunday, October 20.
Firefighters were called to a house in Uplyme yesterday evening (Tuesday, October 8) after the occupants reported a burning smell in the loft area.
After more than 40 years - and having raised some £500,000 for charity - the annual Forde Abbey summer fair is to end.
An Ottery St Mary farmer joined thousands of Westcountry people taking part in climate change protests in London this week.
A survey is being launched tomorrow (Wednesday, October 9) to gauge how residents want to see Seaton Hospital and local healthcare services develop.
Nearly 200 took part in the Minster Challenge road races at Axminster on Sunday (October 6).
Bargain hunters were out in force on Saturday when Seaton's Totally Locally team launched the town's first 'Fiver Fest'.
Hundreds of runners from across the region turned out today (Sunday, October 6) to compete in Axminster's annual Minster Challenge road race.
Supporters of the Seaton, Beer and District Branch RNLI are ready to pull on their hiking boots for the annual sponsored walk.
Axminster's newly formed health and wellbeing forum has launched a draft strategy for the town.
A man had to be freed from his car after a two vehicle collision outside The White Horse Inn, on the A3052 near Woodbury Salterton, last night (Thursday, October 3).
Seaton Jurassic is giving visitors the chance to come face to face with some of the monster predators which lived in the area 150 million years ago.
Honiton-based charity See The Future's eighth annual ball raised a massive £5,300 on Friday (September 30).
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