Members and customers can now return to the treadmills as the Mountfitchet Romeera Leisure Centre reopens for business.
Uttlesford's three leisure centres welcome back gym users with Stansted's Mountfitchet Romeera opening on Monday, but swimming pools remain closed.
Amanda Campbell began writing short stories as an escape from full-time caring and has now had thriller Leave Well Alone published.
'We are the custodians of Uttlesford's rivers' say councillors demanding urgent action to ensure sustainable water provision for the future.
160 schools around the country were awarded the mark, but Roseacres was one of only 38 to achieve gilt standard.
Elsenham residents displayed a wide assortment of 40 characters outside their homes for the village's first ever scarecrow festival.
Eight households took part in this year's event, showcasing their beautiful gardens to a panel of judges who got to enjoy them in glorious sunshine.
Plans for a travellers' encampment in an ancient meadow in Bury Green have met with fierce opposition from residents.
Eileen Brooks, who used to race yachts, marked her 100th birthday with a garden party with family, who had to stand the other side of a fence.
Keen astronomer David Taub headed out late at night to photograph Comet NEOWISE and captured in a shot with Stansted's iconic windmill.
After four months without the visiting public, the animals at Mountfitchet Castle have been "bounding over" to meet people once again.
Airport officer stayed with OAP all night then drove him to Heathrow after he missed connecting flight home to Sweden from holiday in Tenerife.
Michelle Peppiatt received a stem cell transplant last year and took up the challenge of painting every day in June in aid of Anthony Nolan.
Carl Carrozza, whose father was a US airman at Stansted during the Second World War, recognised the photos of 344th Bomber Squadron.
Stansted fire crews have been called out several times to fires on farmland in the Pennington Lane area of the village.
The Northgate Primary School pupils have been baking together during lockdown and decided to hold a fund-raising cake sale.
Magna Carta Primary Academy children made paint out of berries, beetroot and mustard powder and used nature's cast-offs.
Fiona Younie, owner of Chapel Hill Studio, has called on Saffron Walden MP Kemi Badenoch to intervene to get her industry up and running again.
Parish council and business forum praised for supporting village shops as they reopen their doors to customers.
"It was very creepy. I don't think many people dress up in their spare time as Scooby Doo!"