Kay and Trevor Springham took on Isabel's Big Ten – running 10 half-marathons in 10 months to raise £10,000 for charity – to mark her 10th year.
Forest Hall Schools Head of Year 11 Paul Conlon is aiming to run 20 marathons in 2020 despite coronavirus resulting in many events being cancelled
Family of 92-year-old Elizabeth Leslie-Rowe, who had 11 great-grandchildren, plan a memorial service later in the year.
Paris Legore was overwhelmed by residents' reaction to her placing flowers and plants around the village to cheer people during lockdown.
The Sawbridgeworth bakery made the original cake for Hatfield Heath Brenda and John Garrett – and the replica to mark their 60th wedding anniversary.
Ex-Birchwood boy Harry Walters and partner Molly Holmes, both 23, were travelling in Bolivia when it went into lockdown and they could not get out.
Children painted and added bulbs to their plant pot presents - and also joined in British Science Week to learn about diversity
Police campaign helps to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation and the signs to look out for.
Fiona Day is presented with cake and a certificate for her "outstanding work effort".
The troupe of 14 girls from the Parsonage Lane secondary in Bishop's Stortford had "the best experience of their lives".
The Coxes – Colin, Lisa and daughter Ciera – work for the Uttlesford Local Policing Team as an inspector, sergeant and PC respectively.
Supporters of the Mencap charity's Bishop's Stortford base danced the night away to one of the UK's top Abba tribute bands.
Women who share their love of food, chat and ‘me time’ forced to cancel their first Stansted event
Stansted drs lead community effort to ensure supplies and medication are delivered while businesses offer help and annual parish meeting is cancelled.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the attack in South Street in the early hours of Sunday which left the victim needing stitches to his lip.
Anton Avery, 58, also obstructed a police officer in the execution of their duty after his car left the road near Golf World Stansted.
Helen Glenister, who plays viola in her spare time, is pulling the strings as the new chief exec of the charity that needs to raise £6.2m a year.
Proposals for bollards, the relocation of traffic lights, a two-way weight limit or road widening could be the answer for Grove Hill.
Water that poured in from a flat above left consultation rooms underwater over the weekend.
Stortford residents penalised for failing to pay and display in disabled bays at PAH in Harlow were disgusted they were targeted in the first place.