A second school has announced it is to shut after a suspected norovirus outbreak.
The Atrium Studio - which is adjacent to Devon Community College which has also closed its doors - says it will not open until Monday March 13.
Both schools announced on the same day they were to close after staff and pupils came down with the vomiting bug.
The schools share a playground and outside area - which could be how the highly contagious bug was transmitted between the sites.
A college has been forced to close after a suspected outbreak of norovirus. South Dartmoor Community College would remain shut until Monday.Read the full story ›
On Exmoor, 15 ponies were killed in the last year and campaigners say the situation is getting worse.Read the full story ›
In the old town hall in Bovey Tracey, Greg Millar and Simon Crow are distilling their first ever batch of Single Malt Dartmoor Whisky.Read the full story ›
These stunning photographs show the impressive bird of prey trying to hunt on Dartmoor in Devon.Read the full story ›
A man in his 60s has died after a serious collision in private woodland near Clifford Bridge in Dartmoor.
Emergency services were called to the scene just before 2:30pm on Saturday 7 January.
The incident involved a red soft-top sports car which was taking part in an organised hill climb event.
Officers are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
Christmas trees from Dartmoor are on their way to Downing Street. A family firm is celebrating after being chosen as the decorators.Read the full story ›
Emergency services have spent the night tackling a large house fire on Dartmoor. One elderly woman was treated for smoke inhalation.Read the full story ›
It's a phenomenon more usually associated with the far north but the Northern Lights - or aurora borealis - could actually be seen from Dartmoor last night.
People often travel to Iceland or Norway to see the strange sights but Phil Morgan stayed firmly at home in the West Country. No need to cancel the cruise yet - his experience was marred by the famous West Country mist.
Science tells us that what looks like dancing lights are in fact electrically charged particles from the sun as they enter the earth's atmosphere.
A number of young foals are looking for new homes following the annual Dartmoor pony drift.Read the full story ›