Students from across Uttlesford will march through Saffron Walden on Friday calling for swifter action on climate change.
Police criticised for failing to attend as vandals damaged 25-30 cars and properties in Ugley and smashed eight windows at village hall.
Indie reporter Hollie Ryder and husband Rob are one of 10 couples being coached for a cha-cha-charity dance contest show at Rhodes in June.
"It's incredible that she's still on her own. She gets up and down the stairs and won't have a carer, and she still likes to make jams and pickles."
With upcoming retirements, new recruits are required to join the village's part-time crew, which operates one of only two off-road vehicles in Essex.
A teenager from Bishop's Stortford is helping Essex Police with their investigation into moving vehicles being hit by objects on the A120 and B1383.
The Wosketts – whose costumes are created by hairdresser Stewart – won an over-35s Latin title at Blackpool's 'Champions of Tomorrow' competition.
Farmer Wayne Parker thanks the community who helped to shepherd his Welsh Mule flock along the busy B1383.
Farmer Wayne Parker, injured when his quad bike was stolen, criticised Essex Police for failing to attend as thief escaped along railway line.
Tammy Cohen will be interviewed at Bishop's Stortford College Festival of Literature on Wednesday February 12 about her career as a thriller writer.
Amateur models in second-hand clothes take to the catwalk at Rhodes in aid of the mayor of Bishop's Stortford's chosen charity.
Schoolchildren from Rickling CoE Primary are enjoying making friends with the elderly residents of Mountfitchet House.
Campaigners to save Stansted's library are celebrating a rise in visitor numbers now that the service has moved into the new community hub building.
Bestselling author Emma Curtis will be telling her story at the Bishop's Stortford College Festival of Literature on Wednesday February 12.
The rejection of Uttlesford's Local Plan by Government inspectors could open the floodgates for developers, councillors and campaigners fear.
In one week, residents were cut off by road closures and by heavy rain flooding the diversion route, a single-track lane through a ford.
Family and care home pay tribute to 100-year-old who liked 'a ham sandwich on white bread and a glass of bubbly now and then!'
A Stansted councillor believes a natural burial ground could be the answer to the village's cemetery crisis.
Chauffeur-driven trip to see Dear Evan Hansen is Birchwood student Katie Callaghan's reward for supporting other sick children.
Uttlesford District Council is appealing for information to find the culprits who dumped two lorryloads of wood and rubble in narrow Pennington Lane.