The formation of the new South West Heritage Trust has reached a key milestone, with the successful recruitment of a chairman and shadow board of trustees.
A series of drop in sessions will be held at libraries across the county as part of a public consultation on the future of Devon’s library service. People have until 17 July to comment on the proposals.
Devon County Council has received almost £7 million to help repair the damage caused to the county’s roads following the wettest winter on record
Transport Minister Robert Goodwill will be travelling with Devon MP Neil Parish along the route of the A303 to see first hand the problems experienced by local residents, visitors and businesses
We have approved budget savings of nearly £28 million and are backing the first council tax rise in four years to prevent even tougher cuts in hard-pressed services
Our recently launched, accessible social care and health website is designed to help people find information as easily as possible
The number of people claiming Jobseekers Allowance in Devon has decreased by 8%, or 568 claimants, between February and March 2014.
One year jail sentence, suspended for two years, for Somerset man after being found guilty of unfair trading and fraud offences committed against three Devon residents following an investigation by Devon and Somerset Trading Standards Service.
Children and prospective adoptive families had the chance to meet and get to know each other at a fun packed activity day in Devon this weekend
Some of Devon’s most innovative companies joined forces at Westminster on Monday to showcase the county’s fast-growing reputation as a centre for creative and digital business
Around 1,000 streetlights in residential streets in Alphington and Cowick will be converted to part-night lighting from the 1 April
Road repairs by utility companies have shown a massive improvement over the past two years, following the publication of recommendations by Devon County Council
Creation of a single countywide service responsible for all on-street parking will save Devon County Council an estimate £400,000 after the first year