Staff at Newport's Joyce Frankland Academy initiated a 30-minute lockdown while police were called to deal with the 'student age' person.
A man and a woman who argued with staff at Sawbridgeworth branch of Dorringtons about eating in the shop are being sought by police.
The Government proposals will give police and courts more powers to target criminals who trespass on rural land to chase hares with dogs.
The four-figure haul of booze was stolen from Tesco in Saffron Walden on Wednesday January 12.
Pamela Budden, 86, was getting ready for bed when stone-throwing yobs targeted her home in Elsenham at midnight, breaking her bedroom window.
The parish council will have around 200 saplings and shrubs up for grabs on Saturday morning on a first come, first served basis.
Police believe a Saturday night assault in Bacchus is linked to violence 90 minutes later outside The Port Jackson pub.
Two men also stole nicotine products, baby milk, toothbrush heads and food items from Waitrose in Bishop's Stortford.
Rebecca Bowles fundraising in memory of father Simon, who was just 54 when he suffered a cardiac arrest at the BP fuel station.
Elsenham Women's Institute has raised £667 for its Friendship Fund thanks to help from the village post office which hosted its pop-up shop
A vacancy has arisen on Stansted Parish Council following the resignation of Conservative member Paul Davies due to a 'family crisis'
Tickets now on sale for screenings of sell-out plays Leopoldstadt and The Book of Dust – Belle Sauvage and Royal Ballet's Romeo and Juliet.
Natalie Brown and Alanna Saunders did singing marathon in aid of Blood Cancer UK having witnessed their old school pal's partner fight the disease.
The end-of-life support charity is staging the fair as part of a new ‘grow our own’ approach to filling its clinical and admin positions.
Inhaling the nitrous oxide was "incredibly dangerous", said police, and could lead to fainting, unconsciousness or even death from suffocation.
Playwright Amie M Marie's latest play, Scrounge, is a story about the unfairness of the benefits system on disabled people.
Essex Police criticised by victim's son for failing to follow up on his mother's wellbeing and for its slow response in gathering evidence.
Bomb squad and police called to Broken Green, Standon, following discovery of two devices in woodland.
Wipers bent out of shape, bonnets and doors scratched, wing mirrors smashed as yobs leave trail of destruction running into thousands of pounds.
Residents in Uttlesford donated 70 new toys and games for vulnerable families in need at Christmas.