The annual district council meeting being held at Blackdown House in Honiton will decide the political make up of key committees and panels for the next 12 months
Days are counting down to the annual Stockland Fair.
Pirates, dinosaurs, a boat trip, a vintage vehicle rally and special wildlife events - plenty of things for the whole family to do over half-term.
Ten large colourful structures for children to climb, bounce and slide on will be at the Imperial Recreation Ground next month
A wealth of historic treasure was unearthed by fortune hunters in the area over the last year.
Large crowds are expected to descend on Budleigh Salterton over the course of eight days for an annual marathon of charitable events.
Colourful costumes, exciting choreography and plenty of songs to sing along to in this show celebrating classic and modern Disney stories
Registered voters are set to go to the polls on Thursday (May 23) to decide who sit in the European Parliament - but why vote?
A service of commemoration is being held in Exmouth to remember the 75th anniversary of D-day and a key battle from World War Two.
Robot lawnmowers are being trialled in two East Devon towns as a way to trim the district council's recruitment and operational costs.
A group of young rugby players from Exmouth have raised around £1,500 for a youth peer support group - by 'gunging' their chairman while on a tour of Cornwall.
The new name given to Exmouth's new watersports centre has been revealed and comes from a term used in kite surfing.
Possible locations for more than 57,000 new homes will be revealed next month.
An iconic traditional tea room in Budleigh Salterton has gone on the market for the second time in 12 months.
A man who carried out sexual assaults on a girl - who only later on realised she had been has been abused - has been jailed for almost nine years.
Stagecoach has announced a new 'night bus' will be launched later this month which will run very half hour between midnight and 4am
Exmouth Harrier Tom Merson took an extraordinary six minutes off his previous best for the event when he won the Plymouth Half Marathon, writes Kate Baker.
Last weekends area point-to-point was hosted by Dulverton West and, at the meeting, every effort was made to offset the dry spell on the top of Exmoor, writes Granville Taylor.
Gemma Marks is heading towards the very top of her sport and can already lay claim to being the holder of some British power lifting records.
The season may be over in terms of the on-pitch drama - and celebrations - at Honiton RFC, but the club has one mighty big engagement to get through this coming Saturday (May 25).
The players, managers and staff gathered to commemorate all the hard work gone in to the season.
East Devon Tennis Academy (EDTA) players Ben Johnson, Lucas Urquiza, Zac Brown and Alfie James Woodger came close to winning the Boys' 14U Tennis County Cup National Finals, writes Jayne Robinson.
Clyst St George sit top of the fledgling Tolchards Devon League F Division East table after they claimed a third successive win, defeating visiting Clyst Hydon 2nds by seven wickets at Bohea Field.
East Budleigh Reserves completed their campaign at Ottery St Mary in a midweek evening Golesworthy Cup final and, after battling well, lost out to a very good Dunkeswell outfit, writes Mark Auton.
Madeira had a quiet week in regard to friendly matches with two games played, writes Mary Ann Dowrick.
Exmouth were beaten in a raid affected game at Bovey Tracey with the home side resuming their reply after a rain break with a new 'target' and getting home with overs and wickets in hand.
The 2019 East Devon Round proved to be a huge success, writes Alasdair Moffett.
Woodbury and Newton St Cyres suffered a third straight E Division East defeat when beaten by visiting Bradninch who won the game by six wickets.
The Exeter & District Youth League awards were held Corn Exchange in Exeter and Exmouth United Under-14s were in attendance to receive their trophy.
This coming weekend (May 25 and 26) sees the staging of the Edge race Cup which is also running as the second stage of the 2019 British KiteRacing circuit.
Topsham St James 2nd XI maintained their 100 per cent start to the season with a comfortable win against nine-man Exwick.
The Exmouth Journal has a pair of tickets for its readers to win in our easy-to-enter competition
Thomas Bowes will be performing Bach in Awliscombe Parish Church on Saturday, May 25
The Exmouth Festival has a wide-ranging programme of music and events, over its four days.
Screening could be cancelled if there is not enough interest
Learn to make people laugh, spin plates or balance on a tightrope, at these fun family sessions where you become the entertainer
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