Hospiscare is encouraging people to get their running shoes on for a new virtual fundraising challenge.
The discovery of a body in Broadclyst is being treated by police as a potential homicide.
Police are calling on residents and tourists to respect Devon and Cornwall after a weekend that saw record 999 calls and increased levels of anti-social behaviour.
A new travelling creative space has been launched, taking nature and culture on tour in East Devon.
The Government’s £6million investment in East Devon schemes to help kickstart the economy has been welcomed.
Devon is bracing itself for hot weather ahead of the weekend with temperatures expected to reach as high at 26 degrees.
A fallen tree has caused a main road between Honiton and Chard to be closed to traffic.
Three vehicles have been involved in a road traffic collision in Honiton on Saturday (July 25).
A fire involving 500 tonnes of waste wood at an East Devon trading estate is being tackled by firefighters from across the district.
A series of new digital services have been launched by Hospiscare to increase access to its end-of-life care during the coronavirus pandemic.
A plea has been made to help the home-based businesses in East Devon rejected for funding support during the coronavirus crisis.
A section of Honiton high street was cordoned off on Tuesday (July 14) after a device was handed in to the police station.
Thousands of people brought a splash of colour to lockdown by taking part in a virtual Rainbow Run, raising more than £70,000 for charity.
Following the relaxation of lockdown restrictions, 12 play areas across East Devon will be opening on Monday (July 13).
The ‘true’ number of cases of coronavirus in East Devon has been revealed.
A central government report issuing a ‘now do it’ plea over climate change will be used to help form East Devon District Council’s (EDDC) strategy.
Skate parks and multi-use games areas (MUGAs) across East Devon will be reopening from Monday (July 6).
Social distancing, shielding and face masks have all become part of daily life for East Devon residents in the 100 days since the coronavirus lockdown was imposed.
Skateparks and multi-use games areas (MUGA) in East Devon will remain closed, according to East Devon District Council (EDDC).
A two-vehicle road traffic incident on the A30 near Ottery St Mary is causing slow traffic.
People across East Devon are being urged to help Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) by taking part in the first ever virtual rainbow run.
After closing a popular East Devon park at the request of police, The district council is urging visitors to behave responsibly.
Vehicle restrictions at East Devon recycling centres – affecting bicycles and some vehicles with trailers – have been eased.
On May 27, the Midweek Herald published a story in which publisher Duncan Williams claims to have secured backdated wages for staff of the former View From newspapers.
As the weeks of the coronavirus outbreak continue, so the residents of East Devon recognise the efforts of NHS workers with their artwork.
A new leader of East Devon District Council will be elected at an extraordinary full council meeting to be held on Thursday, May 28.
Devon residents are being asked to ‘think twice’ by the fire service ahead of the first weekend since coronavirus lockdown measures were relaxed.
Twelve East Devon organisations helping in the fight against coronavirus have received a cash boost thanks to a district and county council initiative.
More than a third of the East Devon public conveniences closed due to coronavirus are set to reopen.
Rainbows continue to be used by residents in East Devon as a sign positivity and support for the NHS during the coronavirus lockdown.