Stortford-born Florence 'Florrie' Crouchman took an active role in the Rodings Friendship Club right up until her death.
The charity is to host two webinars demonstrating how it has adapted its services to the coronavirus pandemic.
In one case, a fraudster purporting to be from Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs tricked the victim out of £15,000.
How can a magician put on a live show when the dreaded coronavirus keeps getting in the way? Tom Brace has come up with the answer.
Man walking along Cricketfield Lane confronted by hooded youth aged 15-16 dressed all in black and with a scarf covering his face.
The victim suffered a broken wrist when a man in a group hurling insults at her friends pushed her to the ground.
Stortford boy Ben Hardy has severe impairment in both eyes as a result of rare genetic condition that affects just 50 people in the world.
Officers investigating report of outraging public decency on train to London release photo of man they want to speak to.
A freezer has been stolen from Wiggly Willow, which doubles as a social hub for people with learning disabilities.
Social media favourite Hollie Bedford put her stamp on some hits at her first ever solo concert.
A man was threatened when he went to calm things between a couple having an argument.
Man paying his parking fee at ticket machine had money stolen from his wallet by a distraction thief.
Police were called to the A1184 at Spellbrook to reports of a collision near the Hilton Suzuki garage.
The victim was robbed at knifepoint as she walked along a residential street in daylight.
Event in the garden of the Much Hadham home of Isabel Hospice life president Barbara Doherty raises vital £3,500.
Former Birchwood and Herts and Essex High School students are among the Channel 4 programme's new additions.
Concert-goers at the Methodist Church can enjoy a pre-performance dinner courtesy of pop-up rustic Bengali restaurant Brohmon.
Firework yobs' reign of terror at Thorley Neighbourhood Centre over half-term weekend.
Girl too traumatised to go to organised fireworks display after gang of 30-40 hooded youths aim rockets at parents' car at Thorley Park centre.
Police are appealing for any witnesses who saw the culprits etch the racist symbols into the Bullfields Centre.