An online petition to repair Red Bridge in Harpford has gathered more than 1,000 votes.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is asking Devon residents to share how nature has helped them cope during lockdown.
The South Western Ambulance Service has asked residents to stay safe and drink responsibly as parts of the hospitality sector reopen.
Testing and tracing is at the heart of new plans revealed by Devon County Council (DCC) on how to contain coronavirus in the county - and the council will also be advising other authorities on managing local outbreaks.
Learner drivers will soon be able to get back behind the wheel as lessons and tests resume on July 4.
Progress on the replacement Alma Bridge has continued with the introduction of ramps, columns and the east abutment parapets.
Cranbrook Town Council (CTC) has asked residents to vote in an online poll about the future of the town centre.
Devon Air Ambulance (DAA) will receive a £9,800 grant to make its helicopters safer during the battle against Covid-19.
Sidmouth Voluntary Services (SVS) is celebrating Volunteers’ Week as it continues to deliver hot meals to elderly residents despite the coronavirus lockdown.
Plans to build houses on Manstone Avenue in Sidmouth have been given the town council planning committee’s support in principle.
A £1,000 donation has been made to the Devon Blood Bikes to enable them to continue to transport medical supplies.
With the 2020 Tolchards Devon Cricket League suspended for the foreseeable future, every Saturday we will be taking a look back at the same gameweek from 2019.
Devon comedian, musicians, artists and sports people will be raising money for the Devon Air Ambulance and Fareshare Soutwest by hosting an online comedy show.
One million pounds will be donated to charities as part of a campaign to combat the effects of the coronavirus.
An East Devon musical theatre performer will take to the internet to perform a Gin and Jazz virtual concert in aid of Hospiscare.
Clubs across East Devon are set to reopen from as early as Wednesday (May 13) following new government advice on recreational sport.
With the season now officially over, here’s a look back at Sidmouth Town’s 2019/20 campaign in a season that ceased to exist.
The 2019/20 non-league football season is officially over following a decision from the Football Association (FA).
The FA have declared that step five and six of the non-league pyramid will end immediately following the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Essex Senior League.
We want to know how you would end the football season.
Sidmouth Town manager Danny Burwood has described the COVID-19 pandemic, which has suspended all grassroots football, as the ‘worst possible thing’ in terms of their season.
Football leagues across the country postponed last weekend’s fixtures in an attempt to stop the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19.
Sidmouth Town have become the first South West Peninsula League Club to have a game scheduled past the FA-imposed April 25 deadline.
Ottery St Mary secured their fourth win of the season with a 4-2 victory over Paignton Saints in the Devon Football League South and West Division.
Axminster Town have the highest average league attendance of any East Devon team.
Sidmouth Town will have no more than four days break between matches in a decisive month for their South West Peninsula League Premier East future.
Sidmouth Town’s South West Peninsula League Premier East future will soon be decided as the season’s end looms.
The league season will end on April 25 after the FA rejected requests to extend it past that date.