Man and woman bitten on leg by Staffie-type dog as they ran in Oriole Way area in separate incidents 16 days apart.
Emergency services and highways officers were on the scene at 3.30pm and traffic was building up on the approach to junction 7.
Paula Ward was walking her three pets in Sworder’s Field when a duo aged around 18 asked her for help with a 'lost dog' they had found.
Officers on quad bikes and on foot carried out daily 4pm-11pm "reassurance patrols" after new reports of windscreens of bypass cars being hit.
The band's determination not to sit around waiting for live opportunities to arise during lockdown has reaped rich rewards.
Paul Merton, of PJM Gas & Heating, is offering 10 free one-hour appointments to doctors, nurses, paramedics and carers.
An SOS went out to the Operation CommUNITY lifeline scheme from a woman who had lost her job and could not afford her monthly internet bill.
Glenn Alexander's three-week-old BMW was hit as he drove home from his job as MD of a construction firm.
Alan Gott was cooking when a neighbour banged on his door and told him: "You need to come out and see this."
Zara Skidmore says the most important service being provided through the latest lockdown is the befriending phone line.
We've teamed up with lifeline scheme Operation CommUNITY and are appealing to readers to donate cash, goods or services.
Hedgehog rescue expert Lynne Garner spotted the female mallard stuck and injured on the lake at Southern Country Park.
Head teacher Helen Smith said the news that eight devices were heading her way courtesy of Stortford IT firm Genmar was "just brilliant",
The Student Economist was created by Freddie Cooke with help from friend Elliot Wood and is already attracting interest from fellow students.
The Leventhorpe School Year 10 student is a county tennis player but has been out of action for a few months with her illness.
Sections of the A1250 from North Street to Cricketfield Lane will be shut in four phases for Cadent to replace gas mains.
Clare Sims was shocked to receive a £100 fine from a private parking firm after dropping off a donated Christmas hamper in Sawbridgeworth.
Staff have received redundancy notices as the South Street shop is one of 60 earmarked for closure.
Hertfordshire police say although there had been a reduction in incidents they have begun to rise again over the past couple of weeks.
Leila-Marie Bruce appealed for donations for hospital staff after speaking to her friend, who works in Princess Alexandra's cancer unit.