The Essex Association of Local Councils has been asked to mediate between the parish council and Cllr Paul Davies over his claims of bullying.
The event on Saturday (Nov 27) runs 2pm to 9pm at village and memorial halls, plus choir singing carols, food market and Scouts' mulled wine.
Two women filled bags with 12 L.O.L Surprise balls and two Paw Patrol toy sharks, one of which was recovered at the scene.
The culprit is caught on CCTV pulling down a trellis, lights and flowers on the outside of Coffee House in South Street.
Donate a toy this Christmas to help make it "extra special" for families in need, says Uttlesford's MP
Woman, 82, lost £500 in distraction theft at Lloyds cashpoint while man paying to park in Causeway had card stolen and £1,000 taken from his account.
St Clare Hospice has used funding from the BBC charity to set up specialist bereavement groups for children and young people.
Vauxhall Vivaro van in Stortford and BMW car in Sawbo had their quarterlight windows smashed within an hour of each other.
Hundreds of people packed the Memorial Gardens in Stansted to pay tribute to those who fought and died in conflicts.
Insp Mark Collins: "He shouted expletives and then said 'You don't belong here'. She believes he made the comments because she is of Asian origin."
10-year-old Stansted Bentfield County Primary School pupil is nearing the end of his 160-night camping challenge for Cancer Research UK.
The festive fundraiser at Harlow's Water Gardens on Sunday November 28 includes a 5k Santa dash and 1k Elf Run for children.
Sunday evening's two-vehicle collision in Clavering affected power supplies to 38 homes in the Stortford Road area.
Man and woman stole alcohol worth £124 from town centre store then £50 of groceries from Havers Lane supermarket a few hours later.
Children at High House Day Nursery at Takeley described as “thriving” while staff were commended for their "excellent attention".
Fossilisation: A Slice of the Anthropocene combines artist's bronze sculptures with objects from Saffron Walden Museum’s collections.
Stansted's village flood group wants natural defences in place to protect homes and businesses but has been met with "indifference" from the EA.
St Clare's cafés in Stansted, Saffron Walden, Dunmow, Harlow and Epping up and running again as charity eases itself out of Covid restrictions.
The victims, predominantly female, have become 'almost paralytic' after just one glass of wine.
Some 35 stallholders will be showcasing hand-crafted wares including jewellery, watercolours and woollens.