Devon is bracing itself for hot weather ahead of the weekend with temperatures expected to reach as high at 26 degrees.
A popular cycling app is set to be used by Devon County Council to decide where some of the additional £27m of spending on the county’s roads will be allocated.
People across East Devon are being urged to help Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) by taking part in the first ever virtual rainbow run.
Nearly £4m will be invested to hire 30 full-time staff members to address serious failings that led to Devon County Council’s children’s services being rated inadequate.
A writing competition is being launched to provide a creative outlet for schoolchildren during the coronavirus crisis.
The search is on to find a new contractor to roll out superfast broadband across Devon and Somerset.
Devon residents will have to fork out an extra £1.06 a week in council tax to help pay for a budget which sees money spent on vulnerable children, adult social care and roads and drainage.
More ‘fire-breathing dragons’ are set to be let loose on East Devon’s roads in a bid to hunt down potholes.
A call for evidence for and against 5G technology has been extended until New Year’s Day.
Devon County Council has again voted against discussing proposed fire service cuts in the region.
November rain has cost Devon County Council more than £400,000 in reacting to flooding incidents.
A decision on controversial plans to close fire stations across Devon and Somerset has been delayed until after Christmas.
Proposed new powers to make it easier for councils to clamp down on pavement parking have been welcomed by Devon and Cornwall’s police and crime commissioner (PCC).
Some of the difficult decisions Devon and Cornwall Police face every day will feature in a behind-the-scenes documentary on Channel 4.
Volunteer lifesavers are warning people to be extra cautious near open water in the wake of weather warnings for the weekend.
A damning report has said South West Water’s anti-pollution efforts are ‘unacceptable’.
People will have the chance to quiz fire service bosses on potential station closures at upcoming public exhibitions.
Residents will have their say on plans to close fire stations across Devon and Somerset.
Jamie Leslie, fire brigade secretary for the Fire Brigade Union, was speaking at a meeting of the fire service authority.
Follow our live blog as our reporters are live at Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service HQ as proposed cuts are discussed by the authority
Proposals for a new road to bypass Totnes as part of a bid to improve the air quality in the town are off the table.
Check out our photos of this year’s Devon County Show held at Westpoint
Contest will celebrate places of beauty and the volunteers who look after them