September 1 2014 Latest news:
Thaxted residents who were made temporarily homeless when flash floods ruined their properties will not have to pay Council Tax for the months they are living elsewhere.
A Great Easton family, who set up a “sophisticated” cannabis cultivation operation at their previous home near Chelmsford, has been fined a total of £1,600.
Shoppers will be “amazed” by the transformation of Debden Village Shop when it is reopened this weekend – two months after it was destroyed by ram-raiders.
The mystery surrounding the lives of the St Mary’s choir boys photographed shortly before the outbreak of the First World War is closer to being solved after one man was identified.
Loyal supporters of the Countess of Warwick Country Show came out in full force for this year’s event – despite the rainy weather on the second day.
National Air Traffic Service (NATS) has signed a 10-year deal with Manchester Airports Group (MAG) to provide air traffic control and engineering services at Manchester and London Stansted airports, which are owned by MAG.
Saffron Walden’s roads appear to have been largely forgotten about in an ambitious £17.5million pothole busting initiative.
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