This year marks 170 years since a man who was responsible for law making in the sub-continent died at his Exmouth home.
An Exmouth teacher who claims to be the fastest 'cuber' in the town is challenging anyone to prove him wrong.
The dates, times and locations of Santa's visit to residents in Exmouth have been announced.
An Exmouth Olympian has finally received his bronze medal from the Sochi Winter Olympics.
A popular children's play area in Exmouth has gained regional recognition after being nominated for an award.
Animal rescue specialists from Exmouth came to the aid of a horse which became stuck in a bog on Dartmoor.
A heavy goods vehicle was completely destroyed by a fire in Woodbury Salterton.
Guest columnist Steve Gazzard is proud to announce Exmouth has the highest organ-donor sign-up rate compared to any similar-sized town in the country.
Guest columnist Neville Evans asks whether genetically modified crops are the way forward.
The traditional curtain raiser to the Christmas festivities in Exmouth took on extra significance this year.
The Journal has a pair of tickets for its readers to win in our easy-to-enter competition.
Two early morning raids on seafront businesses in Exmouth have prompted a police investigation.
A teenaged thug has been jailed for beating up two strangers in separate attacks in Exmouth.
A fundraising plea has been made to help provide three beach wheelchairs for Exmouth.
A community eco hub and introducing a premium rate of tax for those with second homes are part of a vision for a carbon neutral Exmouth.
Some of Exmouth's pantomime favourites are returning this year for a 'giant' new production.
Exmouth Rotarians are gearing up for their annual Christmas fun run after a successful charity concert.
A new 130-bedroom hotel will be built on the site of a caravan and camping park in Clyst St Mary.
An Exmouth teenager has been jailed for beating up two strangers in separate attacks.
An arson investigation has been launched after two cars were set on fire in Exmouth.
As mental health issues are becoming more common, guest columnist Nigel Snowshall encourages us all to do what we can to support others.
The death of an Exmouth woman killed in the Ethiopia Airlines crash will be investigated at an inquest next August.
Guest columnist Emma Richardson meets two Exmouth-based artists hoping to bring a contemporary crafts pop-up event to Exmouth.
An Exmouth woman is looking forward to the Christmas party season after losing five stone seven pounds in weight.
Winter beachgoers in Exmouth have been warned to stay away from the base of the cliffs after recent rain caused water falls.
Exmouth's star of stage and screen who is gearing up for his final concert has been nominated for a Broadway award.
An Exmouth GP practice says it is not closing despite a planning application submitted to convert it into homes.
Ivor Jones has been appointed the new station manager of Exmouth Coastwatch,
A competition awards evening has recognised those who have made their gardens look beautiful in 2019.
Children from across Exmouth came together in a bid to come up with ways the town can battle the effects of climate change.
A multi-million pound road extension, which aims to ease traffic pressure in Exmouth 'rat runs', is set to get a cash boost.
An Exmouth fitness instructor, who has used exercise to combat his own depression, is nearing the end of a month-long cold water charity challenge.
A charity has scooped vital funds raised from sales of limited-edition ice cream flavours designed by two Exmouth school pupils.
A man has been injured after a collision involving a vehicle and two parked cars in Exmouth.
An Exmouth town centre shop has gone on the market for the first time in nearly 30 years.
A 'topping out' ceremony has marked the latest landmark in the development of Exmouth's new watersports centre.
A new year's party set to be held in centre of Exmouth has been cancelled for the second year running.
The family of an Exmouth woman who died in the Ethiopia Airlines crash earlier this year have said their final goodbyes.
Two Exmouth sisters have called for a lifeline scheme which helps reunite refugee children with their UK-based families to be continued beyond Brexit.
Which would you prefer, an 80-bed hotel on the seafront or a council tax hike?
Exmouth's McDonald's restaurant and drive thru has re-opened following a digital makeover.
Residents have reacted to the ideas, or lack of, pitched at a public exhibition for the Queen's Drive area of Exmouth.
Crowds descended onto Ocean on Saturday (November 2) to see what Exmouth's first ever vegan market had to offer.
Guest columnist Sarah Allen suggests changes we can all make to avoid single-use plastic when we are shopping in Exmouth.
An Exmouth pensioner who has volunteered at the town's museum for the last 30 years has celebrated turning 100.
Two neighbouring branches of a charity which supports people living with life-limiting illness have merged.
People in Exmouth are being urged to get a life-saving vaccination to stop them being affected by a highly-contagious virus.
The plight of those in the poorest areas of Eastern Europe has prompted an Exmouth community group to spread some Christmas joy.
A deaf awareness event has been hailed for taking the first steps toward making Exmouth the country's first deaf-friendly town.
In the first of a series of articles exploring how 2019 was a significant year for many current or former Exmouth residents, author Daphne Barnes-Phillips talks about Patricia Beer.