It was in the print edition of Friday, March 27, that we announced the suspension of the Ottery Herald, which was the result of the unfolding coronavirus pandemic.
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A wallaby is reported to be on the loose in the Ottery St Mary area.
A decision on an application to build two new houses on land previously set aside for a new doctors’ surgery in Newton Poppleford has been deferred.
An updated application to build a roadside service station featuring a McDonalds drive-through near Ottery is expected to be submitted soon.
Nominations will open next month to recognise upstanding residents and businesses in the town’s annual awards.
Thousands of pounds of community cash is set to be spent on organisations across the Ottery parish.
Tighter budgets will mean the Land of Canaan footbridge will not be replaced, despite queries over the cost of £55,000.
A man whose family was devastated by a tragic accident is making a documentary to inspire others to open up about their own losses.
Plans to relcoate Tipton St John Primary School from its current ‘risk to life’ flood plain to Ottery have taken a ‘step forward’.
Hungry diners enjoyed a festive lunch care of a generous anonymous donor.