Fearful shoppers and businesses say plans to extend Ottery’s town bus service cannot come quick enough - as traders and residents suffer its loss.
Crews fought the flames in the early hours of Saturday morning
Anger at plans to redevelop a car park for social housing is a ‘battle’ that risks distracting residents from the ‘war’ over eastern town, a representative has warned.
Concerns about affordable housing, flooding and the environmental impact are all addressed in revisions to a major application for Newton Poppleford.
A comedian thinks the crowd at a forthcoming event will be in ‘Fitz of Giggles’ thanks to a stellar line-up he has brought together for his paralysed friend.
Beer has reached the national finals of the Britain in Bloom competition for the first time in its history.
Organisers of a sell-out performance held in aid of a Sidmouth charity have thanked everyone who helped the event raise £1,000.
A new Sidmouth gallery, opened in memory of an amateur painter, has proven to be a huge hit with artists and visitors.
Carnival night went with a bang for one Sidmouth pub that reopened its doors just in time for Saturday’s festivities.
Officers are appealing for help in catching culprits
A decline in booze seized from under-age drinkers during Sidmouth’s carnival night is ‘reassuring’, says the town’s police sergeant.
The extra facilities will be in place for Saturday’s crunch match - England vs Australia, which is being shown on a large screen in the Exeter Fanzone from 8pm.
The seventh Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival has been hailed as a great success by organisers.
People in the community are being encouraged to take an active role in providing help and support for Syrian refugees.
The couple who run Sidford Post Office have thanked customers for their loyal support as its relocation marks the end of an era.
A trick-shooting pool star secured his place as Britain’s number one and improved his ranking on the world stage at a recent contest.
Pub landlords who invested six years and around £200,000 in their business face having it ‘ripped out’ from under them.
Civic leaders have defended spending £139,500 on a town centre facility, amid claims they are out of touch with Ottery’s economic needs.
An emergency closure will be carried out in Temple Street on Sunday (October 4).
A family trip to a Sidmouth antique shop for a coin valuation turned up lost medals dating back to World War One.
District councillor Matt Booth, a Sidmouth town ward member, said the first he saw of the ‘bombshell’ Mill Street proposals was in the Herald – and claimed the authority showed a ‘lack of transparency’.
Proposals to build social housing in an underperforming car park have been met with dismay by business leaders – who have questioned how the ‘absurd’ idea ever surfaced.
Britain’s oldest civic society is reaching out to residents to help raise £200,000 so it can develop its first HQ in its 169-year history.
A green-fingered couple from Sidford have dazzled their neighbours with their tower of sunflowers.
Sidmouth in Bloom volunteers have proven they still have the Midas touch - claiming their third gold award in a row in the South West in Bloom competition.
Sidbury’s population could grow by more than 10 per cent, if proposals for a new development in the village go ahead.
Runners of all standards could soon have their own weekly event in Exmouth to participate in, if organisers can find much-needed volunteers.
A quintet gave it their all on a gruelling 1,000-mile cycle ride to net £13,000 for a local success story.
A self-taught artist from Sidmouth is hoping her work will bring some festive cheer to the Admiral Nurse Campaign, as she unveils her design for the cause’s charity Christmas card.
Vintage motors met modern technology in what proved to be a recipe for success at Sidmouth’s Classic Car show last Saturday.
Sidmouth High Street has now reopened after an accident earlier this morning (Saturday),
A couple touched by prostate cancer say they were humbled by the response to a cuddly fundraiser for the charity that supported them.
Information on this year’s carnival procession and parking restrictions.
Red and white Tongan flags are flying over Sidmouth as the town gears up to cheer on its adopted team in the Rugby World Cup.
The 15,000th passenger of the season on a shuttle that takes tourists and residents around the Sid Valley was a 90-year-old who uses it on a daily basis.
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