October 25 2014 Latest news:
A Stansted councillor who learned to count on the campaign trail has been selected as the Conservative parliamentary candidate for the popular Stoke-On-Trent South seat.
The history of the First World War was brought to life in Great Dunmow as pupils from eight different primary schools joined together for a themed educational day.
Essex Police are asking home-owners to clamp down on crime – as they launch an autumn burglary campaign to tackle break-ins in the county.
An Uttlesford councillor is hoping to receive the nomination as Conservative parliamentary candidate for Stoke-On-Trent South – a seat which currently holds a marginal Labour majority.
A man was “brought to tears” when he watched his disabled wife complete an unaided mile-long walk for charity, in Great Dunmow.
Uttlesford District Council (UDC) is being taken up a “blind alley” by its leaders, according to a Conservative councillor who resigned during a heated council meeting on Tuesday night.
Britain’s beloved ‘Boycie’ comes to Bishop’s Stortford next month as part of a one-off nationwide tour, to regale Rhodes with behind-the-scene tales of Del Boy, Rodney, Marlene - and a historic brush with the Beatles.
Felsted’s U14 and U16 girls showed their hockey prowess at recent Essex tournaments, with the U14 team being crowned champions and the U16 taking the runners-up title.
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