Residents for Uttlesford (R4U) administration to ‘cash in’ on property portfolio to plug budgetary black hole.
Tory’s motion demanding straightforward answers to questions is unanimously carried as R4U accepts need to ‘improve clarity of responses’
Dunmow Art Group’s spring exhibition and sale will be held at Foakes Hall on the weekend of March 16-17
Ollie Toms died suddenly aged 35 and the Stansted club youngsters he coached joined his family and wife for a remembrance service.
Government-backed scheme aims to treat patients with any of seven particular health complaints more quickly while easing the pressure on GPs.
Concerned about pressure on capacity, the parish council is to ask Uttlesford District Council to review the layout of the Lower Street car park.
Residents of Mountfitchet House in Stansted enjoyed telling classic children’s tales to pupils from Elsenham Primary School.
Firefighters Morrison and Carter are part of a now 15-strong crew who respond to fires and road traffic collisions in the area.
Tools and money were stolen from a car and a van while a third vehicle had its windscreen smashed.
Uttlesford District Council says bin collections are almost back on track, but some homes have now been waiting for more than a month.
Two white men wearing dark clothing and hoods were spotted near the scene on the Woodside industrial estate, off Dunmow Road.
A man in his 60s was stuck in his car after driving into 3ft deep floodwater in Watermill Lane near Stansted on Friday evening.
Philip Richardson will be giving a talk to Dunmow Art Group and non-members on the history of Impressionism.
Verges damaged by drivers ignoring Affinity’s long official diversion route via Herts countryside and instead using Forest Hall Park as short cut.
The blaze at Elms Farm Allotments in Stansted appears to have been an isolated incident with no evidence of arson.
Bellway Homes agrees deal for 12.5-acre site to build 27 executive homes for the private market and 18 affordable properties for local people.
‘Eyesore’ plot on corner of High Lane and Coltsfield in Stansted raided just hours after John and Gwyneth Allanson had toiled to plant 100 laurels.
Police are investigating the incident at business premises in Bell Street on January 30.
The convenience store in Cambridge Road, Stansted, will be closed to customers from February 12 to 27 while it undergoes a major facelift.
Reports of interference with vehicles on St Michael’s Hurst, St James’ Park and Thorley Park estates on Sunday into Monday.