October 25 2014 Latest news:
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.
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.
A community stalwart who “tirelessly fought for the good of the town”, while leading the charge against unwanted change, has died.
Two months on from Saffron Walden, Uttlesford and Essex hosting the Tour de France a BBC One programme will ask whether councils in the area are doing enough to ensure a meaningful legacy from the Tour.
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