A date has been set for the Stansted Airport plan to come back before councillors, the district council has confirmed.
A delivery driver narrowly avoided having his van stolen after being followed while dropping off parcels in Felsted.
A woman has admitted trying to open a plane door mid-flight this summer.
The police, fire and crime commissioner for Essex is hosting a public meeting in Saffron Walden.
A care home in Great Easton has been rated ‘inadequate’ by inspectors from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Stansted Airport’s first ever biodiversity week, which saw the airport hand out 3,000 silver birch trees to staff, has won gold at the Green Apple Awards for environmental best practice.
Improvements are required in the quality of education at Helena Romanes School, government inspectors have said.
James Cleverly’s grip on the Braintree constituency tightened on Thursday as he was re-elected to the seat with an increased majority.
Retirement developer McCarthy and Stone has submitted plans for 29 flats in Dunmow.
A mobile phone app that helps police support vulnerable people quicker and easier has been launched in Uttlesford.
Father Christmas and his reindeer were the special guests at an open weekend hosted by a farm machinery supplier.
A record number of people were arrested on suspicion of drug driving last month, Essex Police revealed as it launched a new anti-drug driving campaign with the Safer Essex Roads Partnership.
A plan which will guide development in Felsted over the next 15 years is to be put to the public in a referendum.
A leading biotechnology firm has agreed a deal that will see it move into Chesterford Research Park.
St Clare Hospice has secured more than £120,000 in grants to support the development of its children, young people and family bereavement service.
Two people were tied up and threatened with a knife after masked raiders forced their way into a house in Newport.
Stansted Airport celebrated its first long-haul flight to India last week, as Air India launched its new regular service to Amritsar.
A man has admitted dangerous driving following an incident on the M11 where a car was seen driving along the hard shoulder before colliding with another vehicle.
The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) has announced the appointment of its new chairman, Nicola Scrivings.
The Friends of Thaxted Church hosted the village’s first ever Clubs and Societies Fair on September 21.
The craftsmanship of staff at Wimbish firm Geoffrey Parker Games was celebrated during a visit by the Princess Royal.
A man who was part of gang which carried out a ram raid at a supermarket in Saffron Walden has been jailed for his part in a string of crimes across the south east of England.
Police working out of Stansted Airport have spoken to more than 1,500 passengers in the last week to raise awareness of victims of human trafficking.
Officers investigating a burglary in Dunmow have issued an e-fit image of a man they would like to trace.
A driver has admitted causing a collision on the M11 which resulted in the death of a motorcyclist from Dunmow.
More than 1,000 people have signed a petition calling for sports and community facilities at the former Walden School to be protected.
The chief executive of a hospice providing care to people across Uttlesford has welcomed news of a multi-million pound boost for end-of-life facilities across the country.
The quick-actions of two PCSOs resulted in a man being jailed for producing cannabis in Birchanger.
A countywide tourism body is launching a new campaign to reveal the “real Essex”.