Officers investigating thefts from Clintons, Superdrug and Eat 17 in Bishop's Stortford town centre.
There were 42 entries across six categories and judges bestowed two special awards.
Residents, community groups, care boards and medical committees all urged to fight for a dispensing chemist next to Stansted Surgery in Lower Street
Flying Officer Chris Yarde-Dent runs 494 (Stansted Airport) Squadron Air Training Corps when he's not busy working for the budget airline.
This year's event on August 20 will see entrants compete in 91 different classes ranging from fruit, veg and flower arrangements to photography.
The East of England Ambulance Service Trust is improving, according to its latest inspection, but concerns remain over response times and bullying
Corinne Cox, who grew up in Bishop's Stortford, is returning home after years spent touring in the Czech Republic.
Summercroft pupil not only donated her hair but also climbed Mount Snowdon to raise almost £1,500 for charity to turn her locks into wigs.
Hayley Lynskey, who has run school clubs in Stortford for 19 years, faces uncertain future after being diagnosed with rare form of cancer.
The family music festival, organised by Bentfield County Primary School PTA, raised thousands of pounds that will be spent on pupils.
Emergency services were called to the Lower Street car park following concerns for a woman's safety.
Fred, who belongs to castle owner Jeremy Goldsmith, gets on well with all the castle's rescued animals
Residents for Uttlesford (R4U) claims Essex County Council has been slow to pay families £350 a month towards their costs.
The family of Debbie Bland, who died from covid, are hoping the event will help them reach their £10,000 fundraising target for the hospital.
Yvonne Gray, who underwent a double mastectomy, celebrated her 39th birthday having raised over £1,400 for Cancer Research UK.
Investigations have revealed that a spate of thefts at ATMs across the county was carried out using a device that retains victims' cards.
Residents and descendants of Italian and German prisoners want to preserve the 'rare' site, which is one of the last remaining intact camps.
The group, including Gemma Reading's dad and sisters, scaled Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Mount Snowdon in two days to raise over £36,000 for Mind.
Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment 'ignores' campaigners' pleas for second dispensing chemist in Stansted, referring them instead to the airport.
Three masked, hooded men broke into a house in West Road in a burglary being linked to a similar raid in Borehamwood.