A community transport scheme is looking for more drivers so it can continue to provide a vital service for the town’s pensioners.
A Topsham sous-chef is hoping to be crowned as one of the best young cooks in the South West - after being nominated for the semi-finals of an industry award.
Tributes have been paid to a former Exmouth Carnival organiser, described as a man who ‘loved to help people’.
A young Brixington man inspired by the experiences his rescue dog went through is looking to raise funds for a pet welfare charity.
Exmouth has maintained its status as a great place to see flowers, after receiving another gold award from South West in Bloom.
A public meeting, called by a campaign group opposing proposals to redevelop the seafront, attracted more than 150 residents.
A drug-user, who seriously injured two motorists when she lost control on a dual carriageway near Exmouth, veering onto the wrong side of the road, has kept her driving licence.
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.
Campaigners hoping to get the maximum community benefit from the former Rolle College site have called for as many members of the public as possible to get involved in a consultation which begins tomorrow (Friday).
Plans for a new link between the north of Exmouth and the Exe Estuary Trail have been recommended for approval by district planners.
The seventh Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival has been hailed as a great success by organisers.
A fete held in Manor Gardens has raised more than £400 for mental health charities.
Volunteer lifeguards at Exmouth Beach Rescue gave up 1,237 hours of their own time to safeguard the public during the summer.
The lights will not go out for festive shoppers this year, after town chiefs decided to bite the bullet and stumped up the cash to upgrade the system.
Former BBC radio presenter Howard James is joining Bay FM and from next month will be presenting the station’s Sunday morning show.
Householders living in The Colony have collected nearly 60 per cent more recyclable rubbish since the start of a recycling trial.
A new housing development for the ‘active retired’ has been officially opened in Budleigh.
Dole claimants in Exmouth have risen for the second summer month in a row, a time when casual tourism-based jobs are more common.
An Exmouth Nursery is celebrating after the education watchdog gave it top marks following a recent inspection.
Detailed plans showing what some of the 350 homes at Plumb Park would look like have been unveiled by developers.
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