If your household is affected by coronavirus, any waste materials that you come in to contact with must be handled carefully, East Devon District Council has said.
A Honiton day hospice recently benefitted from the generosity of the Freemasons of Devonshire and the Masonic Charitable Foundation.
The BBC is teaming up with manufacturers, retailers and a loneliness charity to offer free DAB radios to the most vulnerable people aged over 70.
How have you been affected by the coronavirus outbreak and how are coping with the rapidly changing situation?
Honiton and District Lions Club has been helping to fund local groups who are supporting people during the coronavirus outbreak.
A Devon charity is urgently appealing to the community after losing a predicted £1million due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A package of temporary, timely and targeted measures to support public services, people and businesses through the Covid-19 outbreak have been laid out by the Chancellor.
An Ottery man showed his appreciation for staff at the NHS by cutting his lawn in a distinctive style.
In order to provide information to the people of Honiton, we have created this community lifeline to find sources of help in the area.
All Cranbrook playparks have been closed immediately, following the coronavirus outbreak.
The mayor of Honiton and his deputy have commended residents for their efforts to mitigate the impact of Covid-19, which continues to affect millions across the country.
Follow our live blog as East Devon reacts to the Coronavirus pandemic and looks to offer support to those who have gone into self-isolation
Staff from social care teams in Devon are being redeployed from non-critical to essential frontline services in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Dorset police say they are ready to use tough new powers to ensure coronavirus sanctions are adhered to.
The Covid-19 crisis has led to the 2019/20 football season being declared null and void which is a decision that will not be greeted with open arms at all clubs.
Just before golf clubs were closed in light of the Covid-19 crisis lockdown, the Axe Cliff ladies played their annual Bring & Buy competition, writes Dave Bruce.
With the football season now ended or our local clubs we have been looking at just how well supported our East Devon teams have been during the 2019/20 South West Peninsula League Premier Division East campaign.
Here’s a Friday quiz for all those sporting folk who are looking for thinsg to do while in lockdown.
A look at the hostory of Sidmouth RFC and previous occasions when the rugby season has come to a halt
A delve into the archives and a Sidmouth Town Under-8s match report from a 2008 meeting with Brixington Blues.
Grandpas Gallery to host Facebook Live event for latest Alan Cotton exhibition
Axminster Musical Theatre has announced that it has postponed its production of Avenue Q, as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
History is in the making in Axminster.
The Devon Song Festival, which was due to run from March 27 to 29 in Topsham, has been cancelled due to the spread of coronavirus.
John Hammond’s solo show, Follow the Sun, is being stage at Marine House, Beer.
An unusual and exciting trio of young musicians thrilled Seaton music at their concert in The Gateway recently.
In the UK, Mothering Sunday is arranged around the Easter calendar and always takes place on the fourth Sunday of Lent, so this year it falls on Sunday, March 22.
Puppets will be taking to the stage when Axminster Musical Theatre puts on its production of Avenue Q.
Organisers say the next band that is lined up for Tuckers Jazz Club is something a bit different this month.