Sgt Tre Funes-Walker: “The box contains life-saving equipment. We don’t want it to get damaged as it could cost someone their life.”
St Clare Hospice volunteer Peter Heap, from Manuden, received an MBE in the New Year Honours for charitable services to the community.
2020 was a ruff year for St Clare, but the charity is staying paw-sitive and looking ahead to its annual Winter Walkies event.
The celebrity patron is encouraging people to get on board with the life-saving charity's project to build a new airbase at North Weald.
David and Wendy Szelong-Cowell woke at 6am to a message from concerned staff at Harlow hospital maternity unit.
The victim left his Audi on the outskirts of Sawbridgeworth in the same spot he regularly parks while he walks his dog.
Comedy novel is about a man called Terry Shufflebottom whose fridge freezer grants him magic powers.
A female thief has brazenly targeted the same Stortford petrol station four times in a fortnight, stealing two bottles of wine each time.
A thief rifled through a 57-year-old woman's purse while his accomplice distracted her with the offer of a free newspaper.
A new finance director, with a history of improvement in the NHS, has joined the Princess Alexandra Hospital trust.
Duo setting up IT advice centre in village hall where elderly will learn how to make video calls to family, watch catch-up TV and order prescriptions.
An 18-year-old former Herts and Essex High School student has boosted two causes by covering 26.2 miles on a rowing machine.
Two Bishop's Stortford College staff members galvanised colleagues to run 13.1 miles along the Flitch Way from Dunmow to the school.
Isabel Hospice supporter Catherine Phillipson is hosting her fifth fundraising puzzles swap outside her home off Bells Hill on Saturday (Jan 2).
Student officers, who will start their academic and on-the-job training in 2021, will receive qualifications through Anglia Ruskin University.
Kerry Matholie works for Accuro Care Services, of Start Hill, as its adult friendship scheme co-ordinator.
More than 1,000 people tuned in to Essex & Herts Air Ambulance Trust's virtual showcase of festive songs and readings.
Premier Court had asked people to send Christmas cards to its elderly residents, but a group of Baptist Church worshippers went a step further.
17 members of Stortford’s Rock Choir joined forces with more than 4,500 UK choristers to record an uplifting track.
Barringtons business duo Nikki and Lisa throw thems-elves into helping Santa spread festive cheer on an 8-mile route in a horse-drawn carriage.