A ‘preferred option’ scheme to tackle cliff erosion and protect Sidmouth’s coastline from flooding is set to be decided in the summer.
New speed bumps in West Hill have been branded ‘ineffective’, ‘intrusive’ and ‘totally inappropriate’ for the woodland village.
Campaigners hail decision a victory for common sense
Bell towers across East Devon rang out on Saturday to commemorate St George’s Day.
Work to resume on Tuesday (May 3)
Flood prevention measures and the redevelopment of eastern town should be considered as one big project.
The family of a Sidmouth father of four hope lessons will be learned to prevent another tragedy after an inquest heard his unexpected death in hospital could have been avoided.
Ambulance service confirmed both sustained ‘non-life threatening’ injuries
A Sidmouth churchwarden, found guilty of pushing over an 85-year-old pensioner and kicking him as he lay on the ground, has been handed a suspended jail sentence.
Inaugural community event labelled a ‘great success’
A keyboardist who performed on a charity recording of a David Bowie classic has taken the top music job at St John’s School.
A new cooker, which will allow a ‘lifeline’ charity to continue its popular lunch club, was installed this week, thanks to donations from the community.
Views needed to help shape Neighbourhood Plan according to community values
Three cars have been involved in collision near Newton Poppleford.
Voters will be going to the polls next week to choose the next Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall.
Warnings about bogus People’s Postcode Lottery letters offering prizes of £335,000 have been issued to Sidmouth residents.
A university graduate from Sidmouth is calling on East Devon’s MP to lobby for a rise in international aid to help developing countries.
National pub operator Punch also creates 12 jobs at The Balfour Arms as part of the project.
Signs telling people about the seasonal dog bans on East Devon beaches have been improved.
The Sid Vale Association (SVA) has marked its support for Sea Fest with a plaque at the Ham.
A team from Exmouth’s Haldon House Surgery, in Imperial Road, is gearing up to take part in this year’s Hospiscare Twilight Walk, in July.
Firefighters were called out to a road between Sidmouth and Newton Poppleford, following reports of a digger fire.
Scouts from East Devon stepped out in proud patriotic style for a St George’s Day parade through the town on Sunday (April 24).
A spokesman for the Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust said the organisation was not aware of any impact on its services at any its community hospitals in East Devon.
Health experts have released some top tips to sun-seekers, as part of the British Association of Dermatologists’ Sun Awareness Week, running from May 9 to May 15, 2016.
Spirited ramblers are counting down the days until they pull on their boots for the Admiral Nurse Campaign.
Community involvement is ‘critical’ to creation of Neighbourhood Plan
A ‘dangerous’ stretch of road near Ottery St Mary Primary School has become the subject of a second petition by campaigners desperate to see safety improved.
Residents are being encouraged to patch minor potholes in Sidmouth as part of a new scheme.
Cyclists pedal for charity
Combined efforts made car wash a huge success
Landlords in East Devon, with currently vacant family-sized properties, are being urged to come forward to help house Syrian refugees.
The creative talents of a King’s School student are to go on display across Ottery, as the official artwork of the upcoming Food and Families Festival.
A decision to scrap bird of prey patrols to deter ‘nuisance’ seagulls - and instead spend the budget on educational leaflets and stickers – has come under fire.
Straight-talking Labour veteran was key speaker at Sun, Sea and Books Literary Festival fundraiser
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