Fields of Sidmouth celebrated the work of its staff and chose its charity of the year at the annual ‘Faftas’ award ceremony this week.
Government cuts have forced police chiefs to consider selling off properties to keep 3,000 officers on the beat – but there is ‘no foreseeable risk’ to Sidmouth’s station.
Devon County Council’s highways teams are geared up to respond to whatever the weather throws at the county this weekend.
A Sidmouth dad-of-four will don his running kit and tackle a trio of endurance running races, in less than three months, for charity.
Sidmouth’s web savvy citizens and visitors could soon be embracing new technology, as the resort has been allocated funds for its first dedicated tourism app.
Driver taken to hospital with minor injuries
Independent parliamentary hopeful Claire Wright revealed this week the policies she hopes will see her voted in as East Devon’s MP in May.
Tributes have been paid to one of East Devon District Council’s most respected councillors
Sidmouth beachgoers will be saved from an airborne nuisance this year after the town council agreed to fund a new seagull management plan.
Police are asking for residents to keep their eyes open for four unique rings following the burglary of a jewellery shop in Sidmouth.
Parking problems in Sidbury have seen paving slabs and flower beds damaged - and even residents being trapped inside their properties, say police.
Plans to turn nearly 100 acres of farmland on the edge of Ottery into a sand and gravel quarry moved a step closer to reality this week.
A beaver population downstream from Ottery can be re-released into the wild, following a decision from Natural England today.
Saving the youth centre is coming at a price for Sidmouth householders, who will see their town council contributions go up seven per cent this year.
The future of a family of beavers living on the River Otter is likely to be determined today (Wednesday).
Civic leaders have pledged to support Sidmouth FolkWeek with at least £150,000 of public money over the next five years.
Plans to split the Ottery parish in two and form a separate West Hill council are moving forward, with campaigners now looking for support from residents.
Britain’s oldest civic society is launching a project to catalogue what makes the Sid Valley special - and residents are being asked for their input.
Ottery St Mary’s allotments will be transformed into 31 new homes after district council planning bosses gave the scheme the go-ahead.
Sid Valley residents are invited to get stuck in at Sidford Wildlife Project’s garden party with a difference.
East Devon residents are being asked for their views about a proposed £1.7 million cut to public transport over the next two years.
A firefighter from Sidmouth narrowly escaped paralysis when he broke his back after being thrown from his bicycle when he hit a pothole.
A female is being freed from a car following an accident this morning on the A30 at Daisy Mount Cross, near Ottery St Mary.
A team of five fundraisers will have just 10 wheels between them when they ride the length of the country in just a week for a new charity-boosting Sidmouth group.
The bomb squad was called to Sidmouth beach for the second time in little more than a week on Wednesday afternoon due to an object that ‘could have been mistaken for a torpedo’.
Bargain hunters are invited enjoy some retail therapy in Ottery next week as the town’s scouts host their annual jumble sale.
A warning has been issued that ‘people need to take responsibility for their own safety’ as yet more beachgoers put their lives at risk on Sidmouth’s dangerous east beach.
The future of a panel set up to examine the dealings of a controversial business group will be determined by a district council watchdog tonight (Thursday).
Angry campaigners say district chiefs are ‘flagrantly overstating’ savings in justifying their relocation from Knowle – and argue public accountability is essential before any decision is made.
The Branscombe Players prepare for their show with these behind the scenes gallery.
Would-be candidates for May 7’s local elections can learn more about the ins and outs of the process at a series of workshops planned for later this month.
Health bosses have agreed to consider other options for the future of Sidmouth and Ottery St Mary’s hospitals – which could include the services continuing as normal.
An elderly man disappeared in Sidmouth, sparking a police hunt
An Ottery dog lover and her remarkable four-legged companion are hoping to land a final spot at Crufts 2015, after receiving a prestigious nomination.
Police and ambulance crews were called to Sidmouth seafront after reports that a man had been found dead in the Port Royal shelter.
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