Elaine Knibbs formed volunteer group Let's Talk, Stansted! to be a 'first port of call' for those suffering alone with their mental health.
Stansted Magna Carta parents feared closing school over suspected symptoms rather than positive tests could lead to disruption and frustration.
The touching ceremony outside Elsenham Primary was attended by Dusty's family, schoolchildren, parents and other villagers.
Over 250 online objections against Bloor Homes' plans for 168 homes at Bentfield Green have been received by Uttlesford District Council.
Derek and Pauline Hinge will mark the occasion with a meal – after meeting up with his best man and his wife, who married a fortnight before them!
Steve Fisk dressed his window mannequin as Freddie Mercury on Saturday – on what would have been the late Queen singer's 74th birthday.
Villagers are once again preparing to fight Bloor Homes proposals to develop farmland off Pennington Lane, a designed 'Quiet Lane'.
Ex-Stortford rugby colt Alex Gibson was joined by the club's former director of rugby Andy Long in team of four who raised over £20,000.
Raft of measures introduced by Forest Hall School to ease the transition from primary to secondary for its new intake.
The 22-year-old from Dunmow Road appeared before magistrates charged with possession with intent to supply class A drug.
School student from Rickling Green doing charity solo walk to Scotland while listening to Proclaimers hit on repeat.
Five-year-old Parthenaise on loan to Elsenham farmer Nick Herbert is spending six weeks with 30 cows.
The warrants executed at the Walpole Meadows properties came 10 days after police uncovered a cannabis factory in the village.
Tommy Brown had resigned himself to a job with little prospects but is now off to do film and media production at college after bagging five GCSEs.
Stansted's Kings Arms landlady Fay Frostick said: “It was lucky we were all in starting the day when the water started coming in through the doors."
Officers seized 28 cannabis plants, a 'significant quantity' of the drug ready to sell and arrested a man in his 40s.
Conservative MP for Saffron Walden Kemi Badenoch is urging people to enjoy a safe summer of eating out in support of local restaurants, cafes and pubs
Ernest 'Dusty' Clark had been Elsenham's school crossing patrol officer for 14 years and was described by villagers as "a lovely gentleman'.
A BMW hit the central reservation on the southbound motorway between junctions 8 and 7 during Friday morning rush hour.
The 42-year-old ex-rugby player walked from his home town of Brentwood, covering 54.2 miles in 24 hours, in aid of charity he founded.