The Northgate Primary School pupils have been baking together during lockdown and decided to hold a fund-raising cake sale.
Magna Carta Primary Academy children made paint out of berries, beetroot and mustard powder and used nature's cast-offs.
Fiona Younie, owner of Chapel Hill Studio, has called on Saffron Walden MP Kemi Badenoch to intervene to get her industry up and running again.
Parish council and business forum praised for supporting village shops as they reopen their doors to customers.
"It was very creepy. I don't think many people dress up in their spare time as Scooby Doo!"
Plans for 75-bed care home in High Lane and redevelopment of former 'cop shop' meet with unanimous parish council disapproval.
Can you provide a garden for life for rescued hedgehog trio who have been cared for by Herts Hogline?
The 6ft albino Burmese python, which slithered across a lane in Cherry Green, is unlikely to survive the winter unless caught.
The images were given to Mountfitchet Castle owner Jeremy Goldsmith by a fellow war enthusiast, who discovered them among his archives.
Ex-Bishop's Stortford High School teacher Ray Whyard and wife Sheila celebrate their diamond wedding anniversary.
Daisy May's Farm in Elsenham "frustrated" by delay in reopening, despite non-essential shops allowed to welcome back customers.
The efforts of Stansted's volunteer army are praised as they continue to produce protective gear for healthcare workers.
Geoffrey Sell and John Hudson have both served 25 years on Stansted Parish Council, tackling big issues like airport expansion and major developments
11-year-old footballer Paddy Dunne, who one day wants to be a sports journalist, is the subject of a news story after raising thousands for the NHS
Bugler plays Last Post at funeral of 95-year-old Alan Smith, a former Royal Marines commando, in Elsenham.
Children asked to decorate stones as 'bugs' to help build colourful features at four care homes for the elderly
The eight-year-old spent hours creating pretty resin necklaces which she then sold from the doorstep of her Stansted home.
The director and former chairman of Daniel Robinson & Sons grew up in Lower Street and was a familiar sight in the village on his mobility scooter.
Year 8 trio Annabel Westcott, Eve Evans and Emma Foden completed their challenge on Sunday to raise money for NHS Charities Together.
Caroline Daniell, 42, wanted to turn the trauma of hair loss into a positive and has so far raised £5,000 for Helen Rollason Cancer Charity.