The main railway line between Taunton and Tiverton is to be closed for three weeks in the new year for repairs.
Network Rail is to spend £15 million upgrading the line and repairing a Victorian tunnel. Replacement coach services are planned along with extra car parking.
The closure is due to start on January the 18th and will last until February the 10th.
There is growing concern for a woman who's been reported missing from the Tiverton area. 48 year old Ann Holding was last seen on Tuesday morning at her home in Cadbury.
Devon and Cornwall Police are eager to speak to anyone with information.
Police in Devon are appealing for information to find a woman who's gone missing from the Tiverton area.
48 year old Ann Holding hasn't been seen since she left her home in Cadbury, between Tiverton and Crediton yesterday morning.
Ann is described as being white, of slight build and around 5'4" tall with mousey coloured hair and wearing glasses with a brown or purple frame.
She may be wearing beige cord trousers and a blue coloured body warmer and is believed to be driving a green Peugeot 206, registration number Y836 WDS.
The A361 eastbound is partially blocked due to an obstruction on the road around the junction for the A396 Heathcoat Way.
Approach with care. Police reporting either a crate or road sign in the road and has caused some damage to a number of vehicles already.
The first shop to open under the Portas Pilot scheme in Tiverton has been officially launched today. The town was awarded £100,000 from the Mary Portas fund to help regenerate its high street.
A pop-up shop for local artisans to sell their art and crafts has been opened in the town centre. Another shop is planned in the coming months on the site of what used to be a pub. Sue Griggs is the Chair of the Tiverton Portas Town Team.
Tomorrow is the official launch of the first shop in Tiverton to open under the so-called Portas Pilot scheme.
The town was awarded a hundred thousand pounds from the Mary Portas fund in July last year, but has been criticised for taking so long to show any results. So is this the start of a revitalised Tiverton? Bob Cruwys reports.
England may be known as a green and pleasant land - but our woodland has been under threat in recent years from bugs and diseases which have been killing our trees. And according to people at a forestry conference held in the region, there could be more bad news to come.
More than 100,000 ash trees were destroyed last year in an attempt to stop the spread of Ash dieback. But now larch, pine and even oak trees may be affected by different problems.
Police in Devon are appealing for a male cyclist who may hold vital clues to a house fire in Tiverton.
Officers say he cycled past the fire in Magnolia Court before emergency services arrived, possibly more than once, and may hold vital information.
The fire started around 4pm on Tuesday and caused extensive damage to four properties.
Police and Fire investigators say it is being treated as suspicious.
A 30 year old local man was arrested in connection with the incident and released on police bail until September.
Police and the fire service have launched a joint investigation following a fire which damaged four homes in Devon.
The fire, which is being treated as suspicious, broke out at Magnolia Court in Tiverton at around 4pm yesterday, and spread to neighbouring properties. No-one was injured.
A 30-year-old local man was arrested in connection with the incident and was later released on bail until 25 September.
Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to contact the Police on 101, quoting reference KT/13/1196. Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or report online at www.Crimestoppers-uk.org
Five homes in Tiverton have been damaged in a large fire this afternoon - one of them almost totally destroyed.
The blaze at Magnolia Court is thought to have started in a garden but it quickly spread because of the breeze.
At it's height 7 fire engines were there - no one was hurt.