A visitor has been jailed for calling mourners at a wake at a Honiton pub ‘mud munchers’ and glassing a customer who asked him to leave.
Heartfelt tributes to the ‘unofficial mum’ to hundreds of primary school children have been paid at Lyme Regis.
An Axminster motorist who threw a parking charge notice he had received on to the ground, has been fined for littering - and the whole incident was caught on a body worn camera.
An Italian volunteer worker has denied murdering a veterinary pharmacist at a stud farm in East Devon.
A judge has authorised the continued detention of an Italian man who is accused of murdering a woman at a farm in East Devon.
A couple have been ordered to pay compensation to a pub customer who they dragged into the street and attacked.
A hit and run driver from Cranbrook has been warned that he will be sent to jail after he admitted leaving a 16-year-old pedestrian seriously injured in a road near Exeter Airport.
A Honiton man has been cleared of historic sexual abuse charges in the first jury trial to be held at Exeter Crown Court since the Covid-19 emergency.
Plans for a new micropub in the centre of Axminster have been approved – subject to them being able to overcome safety concerns.
The trial of an Italian who is accused of murdering a woman at a farm near Honiton has been postponed because the coronavirus crisis has caused delays in obtaining expert reports.
A homeless man has been jailed for repeatedly raiding the café at Axminster railway station.
Cranbrook building sites have ground to a halt.
Thanks to the big-hearted £20,000 anonymous donation to the Voysey family in Colyton, The Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust (GKCCT) has officially expanded its services to provide support for children diagnosed with cancer in South Devon.
Axminster’s MP Neil Parish said he will be ‘banging down the door’ to ensure that the town’s massive urban extension is achieved.
Schubert’s holy grail was to write the great German opera.
A media director has been refused permission to appeal an order to pay a six-figure sum to 27 employees made redundant when the Lyme-based View From weekly newspaper series closed.
An Axminster man is to face trial at Exeter Crown Court accused of attacking a woman in Hemyock at a time when he was banned from entering the village by a court order.
A plumber has been cleared of attacking his former partner at his farmhouse, near Honiton, but still faces jail for aiming a loaded and cocked crossbow at police.
A new tramstop that provides a direct link to Seaton Wetlands could be open by the Spring.
A crossbow-wielding Farway man was tasered by police after they were called to an East Devon farmhouse to investigate an allegation that he had attacked his partner.
The Axminster Masterplan for up to 850 new homes and a long-awaited relief road hangs in the balance.
A teenage driver has been jailed for mowing down a pedestrian outside an Axminster pub and then torching his car to destroy the evidence.
A former Honiton man has been jailed for breaking into a newly arrived student’s room while she was out at a Freshers Week party.
A neighbour who made life hell for an 88-year-old Seaton woman has been spared jail after he tackled a drink problem.
Average speed cameras could be installed along a 13 mile stretch of the A35 that has seen four deaths in the last year.
Axminster’s Yarty Party Music Festival was a sell-out success at the weekend.
Plans for 10 new homes in Axminster have been approved, despite fears children could be run over by lorry drivers who wouldn’t notice them until ‘they heard the screams’.
Councillors turn down an application to build an S-shaped cottage at All Saints, near Axminster
Judge calls for psychiatric reports on a man who set fire to his block of flats
Court told man who caused wife’s death in head-on collision near Hontion had no licence or insurance