Police arrested a woman soon after the shoplifting incident and recovered two bottles of booze worth £84 from beneath a bush.
The £400 Specialised mountain bike was taken late at night from the takeaway in Bishop's Stortford.
Mercedes and BMW owners urged to "review their security ASAP" as Mercs are stolen from Stansted Road and St Michael's Mead areas.
Equestrian displays of side-saddle, gymkhanas and horse and hawk falconry will thrill visitors to Audley End House this weekend.
News comes too late for wedding couple who'd booked venue for their reception but were unable to contact the restaurant to finalise plans.
First-aiders battling to save life of Harvest Moon diner unable to access nearby defibrillator because emergency services did not have access code.
Police believe four masked men – two white, two black – in a black Audi A1 with no number plates are behind the spate of thefts.
The 299 suggested sites include one of 1,433 acres between Little Hallingbury, Hatfield Broad Oak and Hatfield Heath for 6,500 homes.
Soon-to-be bride and groom Lucy Oliver and Seth Coombs are devastated by the closure of Linden House and said the venue never informed them.
The 38-year-old rider, who is based at Elsenham Stud with his horse Explosion W, are home following their individual gold in Tokyo.
Insp Chris Hunt, the son of a PC, and Sgt Nicola Hunt bid farewell to Herts Constabulary colleagues – but daughter Annabel picks up the baton.
Community organisation TouchPoint has launched a weekly cafe at the day centre in Crafton Green with Uttlesford Community Travel offering transport
Elsenham's London 2012 team showjumping gold medalist looks to add to his Olympic medal tally on Explosion W in Japan.
Public inquiry into whether Pennington Lane farmland can be developed for housing ends with decision expected by end of summer.
Police were called when two customers at the Havers Lane store had an altercation and one started throwing fruit and veg.
Richard Whittington trio raised money for local helicopter emergency medical service after learning how it saved their teacher's son's life.
'Reaching Our Rural Communities' initiative will offer support and advice ranging from crime prevention to domestic abuse.
Disabled Bishop's Stortford volunteer Elodie Gibby helps draw up fundraising initiative in aid of disability charity Accuro Care Services.
Record entries for this year's Stansted in Bloom gardening competition as people ventured outside during lockdown resulting in some impressive entries
"I thought maybe the fox had got her as she'd disappeared, then she appeared one morning underneath the T-Rex head and she'd made her nest inside"