Residents in Barnstaple have occupied their local pub to try to stop it being knocked down.
Ben Heath proposed to his girlfriend Natalie by making a four minute romcom which was shown on the big screen at a cinema in Barnstaple
Across the region theatres have been filling with the sound of laughter as it is Panto season.
Locals have joined the direct action protest at The Borough Arms pub in Barnstaple. The supporters of the occupation say the pub mustn't be demolished to make way for houses and flats.
They say it should be a community facility. The developer Chichester Homes won planning permission last week to convert the premises into properties.
Fire crews in North Devon have been dealing with a large house fire at Bickington in Barnstaple.
The detached property, believed to be empty for some time, is next to the Old Barn Inn on Bickington Road.
Viewer Fiona Laing who lives nearby sent us these photos, which shows the roof of the house completely destroyed.
Police in Devon have been carrying out a major search for a 55 year old man after he went missing from his home in Barnstaple.
Christopher Barrow left his Swimbridge home around 1:30pm on Monday with his dog. A police helicopter, Dartmoor and Exmoor Rescue Groups and Devon Cave Search and Rescue are all involved in the search.
Mr Barrow was last seen wearing a red top, blue jeans, tan-coloured work boots and possibly a green jacket.
Police in North Devon are warning women tonight to lock their car doors while driving after a number of attempts by people to get in to moving vehicles.
Officers can't say for sure if the attacks are linked but they've all been in and around Barnstaple in the past month. The man or men involved haven't yet succeeded in gaining entry. Our Correspondent Seth Conway reports:
Police in North Devon are asking women to lock their car doors while driving after a series of worrying incidents.
On 7 occasions in the past month women have reported someone trying to get in to their vehicles in the Barnstaple area. Police say the incidents aren't necessarily linked but there are some similarities.
The region's newest radio station went live on FM today more than three years after the last radio broadcast from Barnstaple.
When Heart merged all its Devon stations into one operation based in Exeter, enthusiasts in North Devon vowed to bring back a local FM service.
Our correspondent Seth Conway reports:
People in Barnstaple had a shock this lunchtime when more than a hundred children started to dance in the street.
The so called Flash Mob event took place in the town's Square to mark the 60th anniversary of a local school.
Pupils and teachers from Sticklepath Primary had bemused shoppers reaching for their camera phones to record the spontaneous performance.
The region's newest radio station went live at midday. The Voice will broadcast to North Devon on FM. The station has been set up by local people angry when Heart closed down its local service from Barnstaple.
The Voice has and will continue to broadcast on DAB and online where it has been broadcasting for the past couple of years but is now on FM.