A meal which caught alight in a microwave oven at Axminster was extinguished by firefighters who plunged it into a bucket of water.
Axminster's Community Waffle House has celebrated its first year of business by giving away all its profits to a fellow social enterprise group in the town.
Axminster Rotary Club has continued it support for Excellent Development, a charity which organises the construction of sand-dams in dry lands such as parts of Kenya.
Trinity House - Axminster's biggest town centre store which closed in November - has a new owner.
Two of Axminster's community champions have become joint winners of the town's Robin Cross Citizen of the Year award.
Created in Italy - now made by Robot's in Axminster - pizzas are the specialty dish at the latest restaurant to open in the town's 'food quarter'.
Honiton Air Cadets is inviting local youngsters to join its ranks.
Members of the Millwey Rise Under 14's football team went along to Axminster Community Waffle House to thank them for sponsoring their new kit.
An eight-year-old Kilmington girl has had her long locks cut off to help children with cancer.
Axminster's poll-topping district councillor has praised the town for its 'community spirit and social conscience'.
Encouraging more people to attend town council meetings is one of Axminster mayor Anni Young's main aims for 2020.
A small East Devon village school is celebrating after receiving a boost to its fundraising efforts thanks to a local charity event.
More than 80 guests and volunteers enjoyed Axminster's fifth annual Christmas Day lunch at the Guildhall.
After a record 36 years service on East Devon District Council (EDDC) former Axminster mayor Douglas Hull has been made an Honorary Alderman.
District councillor Sara Jackson is urging people to work together to ensure Axminster's Masterplan - for up to 850 new homes and a relief road - is right for the town.
Despite the recent closure of several prominent town centre shops and banks Axminster is still 'very much alive'.
An East Devon firm which employs around 50 people across four towns has won national acclaim.
The Axminster Masterplan for up to 850 new homes and a long-awaited relief road hangs in the balance.
Voters in East Devon are being reminded to double check their poll cards to ensure that they visit the correct polling station at the General Election tomorrow (Thursday, December 12).
A teenage driver has been jailed for mowing down a pedestrian outside an Axminster pub and then torching his car to destroy the evidence.
Twenty-eight local organisations have received grants following this summer's record-breaking Axe Vale Show.
East Devon District Council is to consider revising its plans to build up to 850 new homes as part of a massive urban extension on Axminster's eastern flank.
Axminster Freemasons presented cheques to local causes following their annual church service.
Two worthy causes have received donations of £200 from Axminster Rotary Club.
For the third year running the FIT EWE CREW took part in a charity Zumbathon at The Guildhall in aid of FORCE and Axminster and Lyme cancer support.
Gas providers have pledged to keep disruption 'to a minimum' during a two-month scheme to upgrade supply pipes in Axminster town centre.
Children from Musbury Primary School collected acorns and planted them in pots during their weekly forest school session.
Rail travellers in East Devon are facing more disruption with 27 days of strike action planned next month.
The head engineer at Axminster's biggest employer has received national recognition for his work.
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A warm welcome is awaiting newcomers to Axminster.
Following the closure of Axminster's biggest town centre store, some 40 traders have joined forces to launch a pre-Christmas 'shop local' initiative.
Nominations are being invited to find Axminster's next Citizen of the Year.
Youngsters across East Devon dressed up to raise funds for Children in Need on Friday (November 15).
Increases in membership and extra swimming lessons contributed to another 'solid year' for Axminster's Flamingo Pool.
With Christmas fast approaching, a group of Axminster women joined a series of festive flower arranging workshops at Combe St Nicholas Village Hall.
Axminster Lions Club members will be out and about with their Santa float in the run up to Christmas again this year.
More than 200 children took part in the annual Act of Remembrance at Axminster today (Monday, November 11).
Highways chiefs have come under fire for taking a year to fix a broken pavement where a 67-year-old Axminster man fell and suffered severe injuries
Dozens of colourful home-made blankets - destined to comfort needy children overseas - will go on show at Axminster's Minster Church next week.
A major rescue exercise involving Lyme Regis lifeboat and the Axe Vale Canoe Club has been hailed a success.
Axminster will turn out in force to remember the fallen at the annual Remembrance Day service on Sunday, November 10.
A group of local organisations with support from Light Up Axminster are hosting a free event at The Guildhall on Saturday, November 2, to showcase the area's volunteering opportunities.
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.
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.
Axminster Town Council has organised an Environment Day on Saturday (October 19) at The Guildhall.
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.
Axminster twinners crossed The Channel to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the town's link with Douvres la Delivrande in Normandy.
Author, poet, shepherd and cider maker James Crowden - of TV and radio fame - will be speaking at Shute Apple Day on Sunday, October 20.
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