Police were notified around 4.20am to reports of a ram raid at the Totnes Cross filling station on the A381.Read the full story ›
A pair of century-old human skulls found in plastic bags in Totnes belong to a homeless man and will be returned to him, police have said.Read the full story ›
Two human skulls left in carrier bags have been found in the Devon town of Totnes.Read the full story ›
A mother has saved her child from falling through the open floor of a toilet compartment on a train on the South Devon RailwayRead the full story ›
A video of a woman in the early stages of labour, ensuring she casts her vote for Labour has gone viral.Read the full story ›
Parents, pupils and teachers marched through Totnes to oppose funding cuts they say will hit schools hard.Read the full story ›
A family from Totnes are walking over 500 miles in memory of their son, who took his own life after battling a mental health disorder.Read the full story ›
Totnes MP Sarah Wollaston says the US President shouldn't be invited to address Parliament from Westminster Hall on his state visit.Read the full story ›
People in Totnes have voted to approve a planning application that will see the redevelopment of the former Dairy Crest site in the town.
Residents went to the polls yesterday to decide on the Community Right to Build Order, one of the first of its kind in the country.
86 per cent voted in favour of the plans for houses, a hotel and workshops.
Police are investigating after vandals wrote 'TRUMP' on several cars.
At least two cars and a wheelie bin were daubed with the message in Totnes following the election result.
The crime is being treated as anti-social behaviour, and officers have now launched an appeal to track down the culprits.