A recent rise in house prices in East Devon is 'disastrous' for first time buyers, according to an Exmouth estate agent.
Dole claimants in Exmouth have risen for the second summer month in a row, a time when casual tourism-based jobs are more common.
Detailed plans showing what some of the 350 homes at Plumb Park would look like have been unveiled by developers.
One hundred new homes could cover almost the entire former Rolle College campus, with a 'community hub' idea reduced to just a single building under new plans.
A retired Royal Marine has called for district and county bosses to review their parking policies after he was fined, despite having a three-day parking pass.
A 44-year-old Lympstone man has been jailed for seven years for raping a schoolgirl, despite the intervention of a retired High Court Judge.
People are being asked if they think changes should be made to the number of polling stations in Exmouth - and if they are the right places.
District bosses have pledged to look 'carefully' at plans to build seafront flats just metres from where an ice-cream kiosk was washed into the sea.
Every street in Exmouth could be allowed to host markets, under plans to overhaul 'outdated' laws, which may be restricting trade.
A la Ronde, the National Trust property, and Summer Lane could be determining factors about which route the Dinan Way extension to the A376 will take.
'Dreadful' grass cutting across Exmouth by the county and district councils is making the town look shabby.
Two mothballed county hall-run care homes and a day centre will be sold to district bosses to build up to 16 new homes.
Exmouth has become a 'dumping ground for new homes' according to one councillor after a report showed the town could have to shoulder almost 100 new homes a year for the next 16 years.
Vulnerable people were still being shipped into a residential home unaware that, six months before, its owners had approached district council bosses about its proposed demolition.
A third of Exmouth seafront's 117 beach huts will be dismantled by 2016 to make way for the Queen's Drive regeneration.
Exmouth's Rotary club has recognised a volunteer, who has devoted decades to helping others, as their Citizen of the Year for 2014, writes David Beasley.
Business could boom for town centre traders, if the district council moves to Exmouth, say civic leaders.
A parlimentary candidate for Exmouth and East Devon has been reported to the police after a comment on one of her online posts said 'cull all Tory councillors'.
The chances of Rolle College being transformed into a community hub has markedly improved, with a blueprint being finalised - and optimism that a Whitehall grant will soon be rubberstamped.
Exmouth's tourist information 'summer house' will continue over the winter - but not in The Strand.
Supermarket bosses at Tesco have pulled the plug on plans to expand the Salterton Road store - opening the door for the earmarked site to be used for new homes.
Campaigners have welcomed new rules they say will reveal the lack of openness and 'puerile debate' in council meetings.
Bystock Court, the residential care home for adults with learning difficulties, is to close.
Two dozen volunteers got their hands dirty in the Magnolia Centre on Sunday as part of the 'Pride in Exmouth' pilot scheme.
Exmouth train station is getting a new front plaza, drop-off areas, a taxi rank and possibly crossing on Marine Way - and it could be ready by next February.
East Devon householders are set for an 18th consecutive summer without water restrictions, despite the hot weather.
A pair of Exmouth vintage car enthusiasts turned back time over the weekend and persuaded 135 people from all round the world to relive a classic race from 80 years ago.
A rare bird, of which there are just 2,000 pairs in the UK, has been caught on camera at Exmouth's Bystock Nature Reserve.
A sky-diving disabled Littleham granddad is campaigning for a crossing on a mile-long stretch of road so dangerous just getting from one side to another is a lottery.
Moves to extend the opening hours of an Exmouth night spot until 4.30am at the weekend have not been backed by the town hall because of concerns about crime and policing.
Exmouth's youth club could be saved from the axe - but the four other county-run clubs in East Devon are still set to close.
An 'army of volunteers' is desperately needed to staff Exmouth's new Tourist Information Centre, which could open in August.
There are calls for political groupings at the town hall to be abolished for the good of Exmouth.
MP Hugo Swire has welcomed new figures showing that the Coalition Government's Help to Buy scheme has helped East Devon residents to buy their own home.
Exmouth Rowing Club, struggling to how to stretch their £50,000 grant to achieve the clubhouse of their dreams, has been helped out by a generous local contractor.
Littleham CE school children spent last week enjoying their brand new 'trim trail.'
East Devon MP Hugo Swire has secured a pledge from benefits chiefs to look into providing a 'satellite' job centre in Exmouth.
Exmouth's new land train will be named after Geoff Ingram, following a public vote.
A community hero who has given nearly 50 years of his life to helping teenage tearaways get their lives on track, is retiring.
One of the largest shipping containers in Europe has been built to house Exmouth's new land train.
There are fears that criminal damage and antisocial behaviour could increase if Exmouth's youth club is closed.
A solar farm developer says that a new array north of Bystock would produce enough 'clean' electricity to power up to 15 per cent of Exmouth's households or 1,895 homes.
There are fears that calls for new trains, ticket machines and extra Sunday services from Exmouth are falling on deaf ears.
County chiefs have taken on what is possibly the most vilified job imaginable - the slapping of parking tickets onto the windscreens of errant Exmouth motorists.
Two initiatives aimed at stemming the gull problem in East Devon are in full swing.
A lasting tribute to one of Exmouth's 'guiding hands' Councillor Jean Mitchell, has been unveiled.
A forces campaigner is urging Exmouth residents to help raise the £1,250 needed to mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day this summer.
Angry town hall chiefs have torn to shreds county figures justifying closing down a dementia care home - denouncing them as a 'work of fiction'.
An inspirational team of nine family and friends from Exmouth, who have all suffered from or been affected by cancer, are running in the Plymouth half-marathon for charity.
A top teenage chef has earned a place in the national final of the UK's biggest cooking challenge.