A Thaxted father has died following an assault outside a Dunmow pub which left him with a serious head injury.
A woman who lured her former fiance to a secluded path where he was savagely beaten by her controlling ex-lover and a student has today been jailed for life.
CCTV and e-fit images of gang members believed to be responsible for a number of burglaries in the Uttlesford and Braintree area have been released by police.
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A mistake has been identified on postal ballot papers issued to voters in Saffron Walden and Stansted, which has forced the district council to apologise.
A district councillor has joined calls for a new Stansted pharmacy to be granted an NHS prescription licence, saying it would be “madness” not to allow it.
A black Range Rover was stolen after thieves entered a house in Oziers, Elsenham, and took the keys. The incident took place between 11pm on March 31 and 6.35am on April 1.
An inert World War Two shell was found near Stansted Airport this morning (Monday, April 10).
An Uttlesford neighbourhood watch group is inviting the public and others involved in community safety to nominate a member of the year.
Stansted Airport has been given the green light for a new £130million three-level arrivals building which will cater for future passenger growth over the next decade.
Community and voluntary organisations in Uttlesford are invited to apply for funding of up to £3,500 to assist with community-based projects.
The front and back number plates of a white Ford Transit van, parked in The Avenue, Great Dunmow, were stolen between 8pm on March 24 and 8.10am on March 25.
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Two Essex NHS Foundation Trusts are to merge in a move which will “ensure the sustainability of mental health services” in the county, according to health chiefs.
Flights at Stansted Airport were temporarily halted and 17 people arrested after anti-deportation protestors chained themselves to a plane destined for Nigeria.
Three people have been taken to hospital after a four vehicle smash on the M11 northbound this morning.
A bridge in Rayne has been been closed to vehicles after it was damaged following a road accident at the weekend.
A CCTV image has been released of a man police want to speak to in connection with a burglary in Newbiggen Street, Thaxted, at around 2.30am on Thursday, March 2. An upstairs window was forced open and a five-figure sum of cash was stolen.
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Adventurous teenagers in Uttlesford are being encouraged to sign up for a new youth programme which gives youngsters the chance to learn survival skills.
Work to restrict lorries from overtaking on uphill sections of the M11 in Essex during the daytime will start on Monday.
A foodbank which helps hundreds of people in crisis in Uttlesford each year is looking to raise awareness of its operation in the district.
Great Dunmow Town Team is seeking a new chairman to play a leading role in ensuring the future viability of the town centre.
An aircraft engineering company has been fined £160,000 after two men fell around 15 feet while they were working at the tail of an aeroplane at Stansted Airport.
Hundreds of flags were flown for the Commonwealth on Monday (March 13) and Uttlesford District Council (UDC) joined in at its offices in Saffron Walden.
A Stansted author has won a prestigious book award for her action sci-fi romance novel which she self-published.
Stansted Airport celebrated National Apprenticeship Week by welcoming its latest intake of new trainees.
A meeting to discuss residents’ concerns about policing in Uttlesford was held between district councillors, officers, and the Essex deputy police and crime commissioner (PCC) last week.
A Garmin Forerunner watch was reported stolen from outside the front door of the victim’s property in Normansfield, Great Dunmow, on February 25.
A parish councillor says she is “astounded by the incompetence” of Essex Highways to deal with flooding on a busy road between High Roding and Dunmow.