Firefighters assisted paramedics in an early morning call out to gain entry to a property in Sidmouth.
A wealth of historic treasure was unearthed by fortune hunters in the area over the last year.
Colourful costumes, exciting choreography and plenty of songs to sing along to in this show celebrating classic and modern Disney stories
Registered voters are set to go to the polls on Thursday (May 23) to decide who sit in the European Parliament - but why vote?
Sidmouth's donkey charity has wowed judges at the hotly-contest RHS Chelsea Flower Show - clinching silver in the 'Artisan Garden' category.
An 'exciting' development has arisen as Carinas night club has gone on the market.
Thrillers, dramas and comedies - there is something for everyone at the Manor Pavilion this summer as Paul Taylor-Mills launches this year's programme.
The owner of a rucksack is appealing for help to find it.
A historic monument has been granted Grade II listed status by Historic England.
A new chair has taken the reins at Sidmouth Town Council.
Possible locations for more than 57,000 new homes will be revealed next month.
Life under the sea was brought to the surface as crowds turned out in force for Sidmouth's popular Sea Fest.
A Sidmouth charity shop will reopen this weekend after refurbishment works.
More than one thousand low-income families will benefit from having solar panels on their roof - helping to alleviate the cost of energy.
Take a look at some of the pictures taken on the third day of the Devon County Show 2019.
The well-known painter and arts academician will show how he captures a local scene in acrylics
The long trip to North Devon proved to be a fruitless one for Ottery St Mary 1st XI as they were comprehensively beaten by Braunton, writes Ian Townsend.
Sidmouth 2nds made it two wins from three in their C Division East campaign as they defeated Shobrooke Park 1st XI by 106-runs at the Fortfield.
Gemma Marks is heading towards the very top of her sport and can already lay claim to being the holder of some British power lifting records.
East Devon Tennis Academy (EDTA) players Ben Johnson, Lucas Urquiza, Zac Brown and Alfie James Woodger came close to winning the Boys' 14U Tennis County Cup National Finals, writes Jayne Robinson.
The season may be over in terms of the on-pitch drama - and celebrations - at Honiton RFC, but the club has one mighty big engagement to get through this coming Saturday (May 25).
For a third consecutive game, Sidbury found themselves batting first, this time at a damp and overcast Millfield, writes Alex Paget
The 2019 East Devon Round proved to be a huge success, writes Alasdair Moffett.
Ottery St Mary's Ed Hollier returned to winning form at Torbay Motor Club's Wiscombe Hillclimb held on the third Sarturday of May, writes Rupert Barker.
This coming weekend (May 25 and 26) sees the staging of the Edge race Cup which is also running as the second stage of the 2019 British KiteRacing circuit.
Europe's finest croquet players will be descending on Budleigh this week for the Golf Croquet European Championships.
It was third versus second in the Devon Petanque League when Honiton entertained Ottery St Mary at Mountbatten Park, writes Chris Bigmore.
Sidbury all-rounder Ollie Pyne had a day to remember as he guided his side to a third successive Tolchards Devon League H Division East success.
In sharp contrast to the weather the previous week, 26 ladies played the EGU Medal Four competition in beautiful sunshine and calm conditions, writes Pauline Couldwell.
Sidmouth made it three wins out of three Tolchards Devon League top flight games as they defeated hosts Plymouth by 157 runs.
The Honiton Netball Winter Season 2018-2019 has come to an end, writes Steph Upson.
Thomas Bowes will be performing Bach in Awliscombe Parish Church on Saturday, May 25
The Exmouth Festival has a wide-ranging programme of music and events, over its four days.
Screening could be cancelled if there is not enough interest
Learn to make people laugh, spin plates or balance on a tightrope, at these fun family sessions where you become the entertainer
Remember to recycle your rubbish, respect other festival-goers and donate your spare change to the Festival's running costs
Enjoy sampling food from around the world, relax at a licensed bar, give yourself a colourful festival look, and get some surprise entertainment along the way
There are plenty of bands performing on the main stage at this year's Exmouth Festival.
The picturesque wildflower meadows of Goren Farm will once again play host to a festival with a difference, which is known for its integrity, ethos and promotion of wildlife and environmental projects.
Keen gardeners can have a look around a Smallridge garden and help the National Garden Scheme at the same time.
Exmouth Festival organiser Carla Hiley has enjoyed putting together a programme of entertainment and activities for this year's event
T'Pau and Supreme Queen are the finales to Saturday and Sunday's night's entertainment on the main stage
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