A children’s charity has praised its supporters for continuing to fundraise for the cause throughout the pandemic.
The company that owns the Exmouth Journal, Sidmouth Herald and Midweek Herald has announced it is to come under new ownership.
A public consultation is under way on Devon’s latest flood risk management strategy.
A book inspired by the Devon rave scene of 1989 to 1992 is set to be released by a former Exmouth college student.
A virtual pub quiz has turned into a lockdown phenomenon, bringing more than 180,000 keen quizzers together each week, to champion UK Air Ambulance charities.
East Devon District Council’s former chief executive officer (CEO) died of asbestos-related cancer, an inquest has heard.
Council tenants needing repairs to their homes across East Devon will not have to wait much longer.
Crime gangs are targeting the Devon countryside and elsewhere, stealing quad bikes, tractors and machinery.
The first ever Virtual Bike Show fundraiser has been launched by Devon Air Ambulance (DAA).
More public toilets will be reopened across the district for public health and to support economic recovery, the council has decided.
The number of Covid-19 related deaths across Devon and Cornwall has fallen compared to last week’s figures.
Predictions expect that around 12,500 people in Devon will be left with mental health problems because of the affects of the Covid-19 lockdown.
A move which will allow the district’s beaches, parks and streets to be kept clean and for more public toilets to be reopened has been recommended for approval.
The former leader of East Devon District Council has said he was left with ‘no choice’ but to rejoin the Conservative Party if he wanted to make a difference.
A local charity’s much-loved open gardens event is back for its sixth year with a slight difference.
A councillor who was heard swearing and whose bad language led to the live stream of the meeting being pulled from YouTube from breaching its terms of service has apologised for his actions.
The new leader of East Devon District Council has been elected.
The vacant former Flybe Training Academy at Exeter Airport has been bought by Devon County Council.
Devon County Council has said it is working in close cooperation with headteachers to put in place all the Government guidelines on safety in schools and has answered key questions about their reopening.
Devon’s schoolchildren will still be able to take part in the popular annual school games despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Since lockdown restrictions have been lifted there has been a rise in the number of serious and fatal crashes in Devon and Cornwall.
East Devon District Council’s (EDDC) leader Cllr Ben Ingham and his cabinet of Independent Group councillors have resigned with immediate effect.
A series of temporary measures to support social distancing for walkers and cyclists is being explored by Devon County Council.
Motorists are being warned that some of Devon’s recycling may have to close temporarily due to safety issues with traffic queuing back onto main roads.
Holidaymakers and second homeowners have been told to stay away from Devon, despite the easing of lockdown restrictions.
Calls have been made to ‘rip-up’ the budget for road maintenance in Devon so more money can be put towards walking and cycling projects.
The number of deaths related to coronavirus in Devon and Cornwall that took place between April 25 and May 1 has dropped by a quarter on the previous week’s figures.
Devon’s schools will take ‘any action required’ in order to reopen in a safe way, says Devon County Council.
Bans for the control of dogs and feeding seagulls have been extended for a further three years by East Devon District Council.
Recycling centres across Devon have been reopened, but for ‘essential use only’.