Pupils at an Exmouth primary school took part in a day of dance to celebrate being back in school.
An annual clean-up of a section of Budleigh Salterton beach used by naturists took place on Sunday, September 20.
After more than 25 years of serving the Budleigh Salterton community, GP Richard Mejzner has retired.
Four Exmouth GP surgeries and East Devon District Council are coming together to provide drive-through flu vaccinations.
A concept music album has been released by an Exmouth secondary school teacher who wants to raise funds for a youth mental health charity.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited Devon on Tuesday (September 29) to announce plans to ‘transform’ post-18 education in the post-Covid-19 economy.
Thousands of metal nails found on Budleigh Salterton’s pebble beach has prompted calls for a ‘deep clean’ of the beauty spot.
The father of an Exmouth woman who died in the Ethiopia Airlines crash wants lessons to be learnt in her memory.
The charity arm of Exeter Chiefs rugby team has stepped in to help students of Exmouth’s deaf academy communicate with those wearing face coverings.
Residents picked to have their say on how £300,000 of developer funding should be used in Exmouth face a race against time to place their vote.
A man who is walking around the coastline of Britain for charity, relying on ‘the kindness of strangers’ for food and accommodation, has praised the ‘friendly’ people of Exmouth.
Exmouth’s volunteer lifesavers were called out on Friday (September 25) after reports of a yacht in difficulty.
An Exmouth octogenarian and her canine companion are putting their best feet forward in aid of Hospiscare.
The bisexual flag was flying outside the offices of East Devon District Council for Bi Visibility Day on Wednesday, September 23.
Exmouth’s volunteer lifeboat crew was among the emergency services involved in the search for two people seen in mud flats in the River Exe on Thursday (September 24) night.
The developer behind plans to build 39 homes on a section of the former Rolle College site said it will regenerate an area which has been a ‘magnet for antisocial behaviour’.
Exmouth beachgoers are being urged to take extra care and be responsible as the RNLI lifeguard season draws to a close.
Little riders have wheeled their way to more than 800 kilometres on specific bike trails around Exeter and Exmouth to earn a lockdown medal.
A motor cruiser drifting out of control off the coast of Budleigh Salterton was rescued by Exmouth’s volunteer lifesavers.
The discovery of discarded tins, plastic, glass and a container of engine oil on the Otter Estuary has prompted calls for visitors to the beauty spot to take their rubbish home with them.
An area of an Exmouth school dedicated to early years learning has been given a ‘new lease of life’ during the summer holidays.
Exmouth Chamber of Commerce has a new chairman after its current leader, who had held the role for nine years, stepped down.
Exmouth is ‘long overdue’ a new secondary school according to town councillor Frank Cullis.
An Exmouth teenager celebrated her 14th birthday by publishing her second novel.
Three Exmouth churches are opening their doors for people to donate food for the community.
Volunteers and trustees of Exmouth Museum have put in a ‘major’ effort to get it reopened following its closure due to coronavirus.
Exmouth Carnival has a new logo after a winning design was picked by the organising committee.
A boutique radio station especially created for babies, toddlers and young children has been launched by a Budleigh Salterton couple.
Users of the Exe Estuary are being urged to help keep it looking its best after the annual autumn clean-up was cancelled due to Covid-19.
Plans have been lodged to build 39 new homes on part of the former Rolle College site.