Residents of Budleigh Salterton are calling for better job opportunities for young people to be included in a blueprint for the town’s future.
Schoolchildren in Topsham were given life-saving information about what they should do in the event of a fire.
Rotary Club fundraisers from Exmouth have revealed that a total of £4,000 has been sent to help flood victims in the north of England, thanks to generous local residents.
An Exmouth business is set to dig deep to support a children’s hospice charity at the Rainbow Run in June.
Have you got something that needs fixing? The Exmouth Repair Café is back in town tomorrow (Saturday, February 6) at the Methodist Church in Tower Street from 10am to 1pm.
59-year-old pleads not guilty over crash which claimed the lives of women from Exmouth and Newton Poppleford
A professional musician has been jailed for attacking his brother during a drunken argument at a flat in Exmouth.
Lympstone will not be bullied by Devon County Council over plans for the completion of Dinan Way, said parish and district councillor Rob Longhurst at this week’s parish meeting.
Communities in Sidmouth, Exmouth, Honiton, Axminster and Ottery St Mary targeted in bid to raise awareness
A charity which campaigns on fostering has cited Devon County Council as an example of good practice for its work with children in care.
A glitter bomb attack of sparkly pink bows was the work of Hospiscare, as the charity launched its annual Twilight Walk.
A teenage girl rugby player from Budleigh Salterton, who punched two doormen and spat at two police officers after a nightclub drinking binge, has been told she was lucky to be spared jail.
A devolution deal aimed at boosting jobs, wages and productivity in the South West has moved a step closer to reality.
Opening hours at Exmouth’s main Tesco superstore will be reduced, the company has announced.
The headteacher of Mill Water School, which is based a Bicton Arena, has express her gratitude after being presented with a cheque for £200.
Campaigners fighting plans to redevelop Exmouth seafront have criticised the continued closure of a prominent business.
Police are asking for help in finding a man after the theft of a brass cross from St Peter’s Church.
Police are appealing for help finding a crossbow.
A poetry afternoon is being held at the library on Wednesday, February 17.
A former Journal reporter’s three books on old Exmouth have raised £11,500 for a local charity.
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