The centre, built as part of a money-saving operation in 2004, has been empty since it was built.Read the full story ›
Mark Ormrod who served with Taunton-based 40 Commando was selected from more than 300 as one of 90 to take part in the games.Read the full story ›
The animal became trapped in the drain at the sewerage treatment works in Creech St Michael near Taunton.Read the full story ›
A number of staff at Dene Barton Community Hospital have been suspended while an investigation into a claim of verbal abuse is carried out.Read the full story ›
Ian Westworth will help to rebuild the five-ton mechanism inside the Westminster clock tower.Read the full story ›
Businesses along Bath Place in Taunton have 'yarn bombed' the area to celebrate 40 years of Star Wars.Read the full story ›
Devon and Cornwall police are searching for a missing 60-year-old woman.
Anne Luddington was reported missing on 8 August and police are extremely concerned for her welfare.
Anne is from Taunton but has been staying in Budleigh Salterton for work. She was last seen here at 2pm on Tuesday and it is believed she may have gone out walking on the local coastal path.
Officers, the police helicopter and HM Coastguard, have been carrying out searches for Anne and are asking the public to look out for her and call 999 if she is spotted.
Anne is described as 5ft 2ins tall with shoulder length blond/ginger hair. She sometimes wears glasses and is of a smart appearance.
- UPDATE: Police say Anne Luddington has been found by emergency services.
Today's sentencing at the Old Bailey reveals the extraordinary lengths a South West-based serviceman went to aid terror in Northern Ireland.Read the full story ›
Ciaran Maxwell stashed anti-personnel mines, ammunition and 14 pipe bombs in purpose-built hides in Northern Ireland and Devon.Read the full story ›
A man's jaw has been broken as he tried to defend his friends from racist abuse in Taunton.
It happened on Friday afternoon in Victoria Park - the 20 year old victim was walking with two women at around 5pm.
Police say they were approached by a large group of young people - some of whom then racially abused the two women before repeatedly punching the man in the face.
This was a violent and disturbing attack in which the victim and his friends were threatened and intimidated by a large group of people.
There can never be any excuse for hate crime or violence in any shape or form and this criminality will not be tolerated.
Police are keen to hear from any witnesses.