Sidmouth is the first town to test out digital police advertisements at petrol stations in Devon and Cornwall.
The young and old gathered together to take a stand, protesting over climate change in Sidmouth.
A pool of water collecting on Sidmouth beach has split opinion, with some slamming it as an eyesore and others claiming it adds to nature.
The identities of the three elderly men who were found murdered in their Exeter homes have been revealed by police.
Poorly pets in Sidbury will be happy to know they are in good hands.
A trailblazing support service has big plans for the Sid Valley, from befriending to first-aid courses and building an army of volunteers.
Uncover hidden treasure in a Golden Carrot Hunt during half-term at The Donkey Sanctuary.
The first show home to be built as part of a major housing development at Newton Poppleford is open for businesses.
An old dog who was left as a stray with tumours growing on his bottom is in need of a cosy forever home.
A farm manager accused of manslaughter following the death of a young tractor driver has been cleared, along with the company for which he works.
The sheer number of adults and children needing help has left the foodbank’s shelves nearly empty.
An appeal challenging the decision to chuck out plans to build a multi-million pound Sidford Business Park has been lodged.
Works to remove a 64-metre pile of hardened fat, oils and wet-wipes from a Sidmouth sewer have begun.
There’s just under a month left to have your say on the Sid Valley Neighbourhood Plan (SVNP), and help guide development in the area.
Issues with ‘extraordinary’ numbers of patients calling for on-the-day GP appointments are ‘invisible’ to authorities.
A pair of star-crossed lurchers are struggling to find their forever home.
Snow covered cars have been left abandoned in Sidmouth after skidding off icy roads into ditches.
A Sidmouth finance specialist has been appointed into a national role, covering England and Wales.
A meeting to pitch ideas of ways to boost the town and its image was attended by more than 37 Sidmouth businesses last week.
Snow and ice is expected to hit Devon, as well as the rest of the UK, this week.
A stray dog is in need of a place he can call home.
An apt fatberg-themed poem, written by a Sidmouth resident, has been receiving attention.
A swimming platform, funds for a town wish list and a young person’s mental health scheme are among the projects that will be funded by Sidmouth Town Council (STC) this year.
Santa and his happy helpers braved the cold and rain on a three-week tour around the valley, raising thousands of pounds.
A beautiful beagle cross is in need of a forever home.
Why does SVH need volunteers? How much time does it take? Will training be given?
Parents have hit out following the revelations about the decline in GCSE results at Sidmouth College – but the school’s head said she is confident things are moving in the right direction.
Rumours that public property was sold off to council workers behind closed doors for cheap, have been dismissed by council bosses.
Plans to protect the public from being hit by stray cricket balls on Sidmouth’s seafront have finally been approved.
Three Sidbury roads have been closed for two weeks while essential resurfacing works take place.
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