An Exmouth military enthuiast hunting for cartridges at Woodbury Common got more than he bargained for when he dug up a live grenade with his walking stick.
Exmouth-based suicide bereavement charity Pete’s Dragons won the Exmouth Business Award for health, fitness or wellbeing provider of the year
Devon and Cornwall Police close more than a fifth of hate crime investigations into racially and religiously aggravated offences without identifying a suspect, figures show.
The attempted robbery at knife point of an Exmouth shop has prompted a police investigation to be launched.
Devon and Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez says there will be an extra 85 officers by the end of 2020
‘No good can come of carrying a knife – bin it!’ - that is the message being shared by police chiefs.
A car parked in an Exmouth road had its wing mirror taken clean off.
Police have released an e-fit image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a report of a woman being stalked, grabbed and threatened.
Nearly 100 reports of online grooming has been made to Devon and Cornwall Police in a 18-month period.
A teenage boy accused of raping and attempting to murder a 10-year-old girl replied ‘no comment’ when asked by police about the attack.
The amount of money residents pay towards the work of East Devon District Council (EDDC) is set to increase.
A woman has described going to the aid of a 10-year-old girl who was ‘howling’ in a stream after allegedly being choked and raped by a teenage boy.
A man is being sought by police after an alleged assault at an Exmouth nightclub.
Police say two incidents where someone used a hammer to gain entry to a shop are believed to be linked
The identities of the three elderly men who were found murdered in their Exeter homes have been revealed by police.
An Exmouth-based suicide bereavement charity has smashed its fundraising target allowing it to extend its reach across the county.
A cyclist in his sixties was seriously injured in a collision in Budleigh Salterton this morning.
Snow is falling and there is more on the way.
Community groups and not-for-profit organisations in East Devon can apply for a share of a £50,000 kitty after a pilot new scheme was launched.
Budleigh Fire Station confirmed there was no one trapped and minor injuries were treated by paramedics.
A police poll will ask residents whether they are willing to pay an extra 40 pence a week in council tax to have up to 85 more officers in their communities.
Police in Devon are set to introduce spit and bite guards (SBG) to limit the number of assaults on officers, staff and other emergency service workers such as paramedics and nurses.
Nine separate thefts from vehicles in East Devon were reported at the weekend.