Questions have been raised over claims that Exmouth could receive a slice of a £675million government funding pot.
Ian MacQueen, chairman of Exmouth Chamber of Commerce, outlines the many ways we can help our community - just by shopping locally.
Exmouth Community College student Lily Webber is voting for the first time and feels better prepared to make her choice after attending the Exmouth hustings event.
A festive fayre held to mark the start of the Christmas season in Exmouth has been hailed a success.
A secret plan, held by the police, lays out the risks to East Devon following Brexit - and the actions that would be taken in the event of circumstances including shortages of food and medicines.
A pensioner has died in a collision at an Exmouth car park.
A volunteer-run community shop marked its fifth birthday by getting into the festive spirit.
Budleigh Salterton's late night shopping spectacular officially launched the Christmas season for the town.
Sidmouth Primary School kicked off the festive season with its Christmas fair at All Saints Church.
An Exmouth social group for people with learning disabilities has benefitted from a Freemasons' donation.
An East Devon secondary school has continued a tradition, established by the last survivor of trench warfare, and donated vital funds to volunteer lifesavers.
A Deaf Academy tutor has spoken about how its new state-of-the-art facility in Exmouth will allow them to provide the 'best support possible' for students.
Devon County Council has again voted against discussing proposed fire service cuts in the region.
Exmouth could be in line for a town centre funding boost.
November rain has cost Devon County Council more than £400,000 in reacting to flooding incidents.
Show of Hands and Eddi Reader are among the headline acts for the Sidmouth Folk Festival 2020, announced this morning.
The Sidmouth Indoor Cricket League season is set for a grandstand finish and, potentially a winner-takes-all meeting between Upottery and Sidmouth on Sunday week (December 22).
Exmouth Town's are very proud of their deep roots in the local community and their latest initiative has received town council support.
The first Cornish fixture of the regional point-to-point season saw a healthy total of 54 runners contest the seven races at the Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge, writes Granville Taylor.
Brixington Blues Under-14s were put to the sword by a clinical West Exe side that beat them 6-2 in an Exeter & District Youth League match played at Cowick Barton, Exeter.
The East Devon Golf Club Seniors annual Christmas special competition was contested recently.
Cockles head coach Steve Perry was delighted with the team's performance on the artificial pitch that is home to Exeter University who won Saturday's South West Premier meeting 31-26, writes Steve Birley.
Sixty Madeira members and guests attended the club's Christmas Luncheon, writes Jean Healey.
More games and Sunday fixtures were among the regulation changes put in place by member clubs and the Bradleys East Devon Youth League annual meeting.
Exmouth Town played their way through a brace of uncompromising games last week, writes John Dibsdall.
Madeira bowler Mark Perrott has been selected to play for Devon in the prestigious Liberty Cup meeting with Cornwall this coming Saturday (December 14), writes Jean Healey.
Sue Harrison was the winner of the last ladies' stableford competition of the year at East Devon Golf Club last week, writes Helen Chivers.
Town midweek cup tie falls to the weather
Lympstone recorded arguably their 'result of the season' as they defeated table-topping Crediton United when the sides met to contest a Macron League Division One game.
Brixington Blues Under-11s were emphatic 9-0 winners when they met Okehampton in a Devon Cup third round tie.
Exmouth Town are in Les Phillips League Cup action tonight (Tuesday) when they travel up the M5 to face Shepton Mallet (7.30pm).
People who enjoy talking and reminiscing about sport can now get together at a new club in Exmouth.
Aladdin is this year's pantomime by the Exmouth Players, opening at the Blackmore Theatre on Saturday, December 7.
Some of Exmouth's pantomime favourites are returning this year for a 'giant' new production.
A candlelit concert telling the stories behind medieval carols takes place in Lympstone Parish Church on Friday, November 29.
Exmouth's star of stage and screen who is gearing up for his final concert has been nominated for a Broadway award.
A new crime thriller features Budleigh Salterton as a key location in a dramatic murder mystery.
Exeter Chorale, a small chamber choir, is giving a concert of music by Haydn and Mozart at Glenorchy United Reformed Church on Friday, November 29.
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