A carers’ group in Sidmouth is supporting a national campaign to reach those who do not seek help.
A lifelong shun of television means a 103-year-old Sidmouth woman has missed out on some of the world’s most historic moments.
A notorious burglar has been jailed for another six years for breaking into a retired couple’s Sidmouth home - just 16 days after he was given early release.
A former pupil at The King’s School has set up her own venture in Sidmouth - just a year after graduating from university.
A once ‘overweight and unfit’ Sidbury woman has been selected to represent Great Britain in the World Dragon Boat Racing Championships, two years after she took up the sport.
Sidmouth’s minor injuries unit will be open for four-days-a-week from Monday (June 1) due to a staff shortage.
Exmouth Players is hosting a fashion show in early June as a fundraiser to help refurbish the green room and kitchen at the Blackmore Theatre in Exmouth’s Bicton Street.
It is ‘make or break’ time for Sidford Social Hall - which faces closure unless members of the community come forward to secure its future.
A pair of kind-hearted teens swapped revision for rushing to the rescue of a stricken pensioner who had been knocked over by strong winds.
Campaigners have expressed their disappointment after a bid to safeguard Knowle’s parkland was rejected this week.
A popular 10-kilometre run through Ottery St Mary made a successful return after a three-year break - with hundreds of fleet-footed fundraisers taking part in aid of a cancer charity.
This small item is just one of the objects featured in a new exhibition at Sidmouth Museum.
Dan Lavery is determined Devon Freewheelers will help save lives – as a Belfast ‘hidden hero’ undoubtedly helped saved wife Shelley’s life in 2005.
A registered blind Royal British Legion (RBL) stalwart of seven decades is saying goodbye to Sidmouth - but will continue to raise money for the cause at the age of 93.
Dad-of-one Sam Bader, 28, who grew up in Ottery St Mary, supports Devon Freewheelers by sponsoring one of the motorbikes, Bravo One.
Independent councillors call for extraordinary meeting to debate the office relocation
Devon Freewheelers founder Daniel Lavery will do whatever it takes to keep his lifeline service on the road so other families can receive the same help and care that saved his wife’s life.
Guides from Sidmouth and Honiton did their best to help one of their own - as she prepares for a five-day sailing challenge.
A ‘phenomenally important appeal for Sidmouth’ – to help people living with dementia and their carers by bringing a crucial, specialist service to the valley – was launched this week.
For years, Joe Montgomery’s motorbike has remained unused, parked in the family garage in East Devon as a reminder of happier times.
Hundreds of people turned out at the RNLI lifeboat station in Exmouth to see the RNLI’s new lifeboat officially named after the generous Sidmouth couple whose bequest helped pay for it.
A day of music, memories and a strong show of community spirit marked the 70th anniversary of VE Day in Ottery.
A woman has been freed from a car after a collision between two vehicles in Salcombe Regis.
Manor Pavilion bosses have issued an apology to nearby residents who had a sleepless night after the theatre’s alarm went off for almost nine hours running.
PHOTO GALLERY: Badminton Horse Trials 2015
A trio of organisations have joined forces to help Sidmouth families cook nutritious meals on a budget.
A business owner who discovered he had bowel cancer after using a home screening kit says that the test saved his life – and is urging more people in Sidmouth to make use of them.
These aerial photographs of Pennington Point show the shocking extent of cliff erosion over the last eight years.
The ‘first phase’ of key historical background documents, relating to East Devon District Council’s (EDDC) controversial relcation project, have been published online today (Friday).
Residents across Devon are being asked for their views on the future shape of local government as part of an eight-week consultation.
A horse owner has spoken of her disgust at thieves who broke into her secure field and stole trailer wheels, leaving her with a £400 bill.
Calls to make Sidford’s car park free - in order to ‘breathe life’ into the village - have been rebuked by the authority that owns the site.
A retired physical education teacher is taking on her biggest charity challenge to date - by shaving off her hair.
Donations large and small ensure lifeline charity Devon Freewheelers can continue to operate.
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