According to the constabulary, a multi-agency ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) operation was carried out on the A1184, near the town.
Mark Kingsland was sparring when he collapsed on the dojo floor and a camera captured the battle to save his life.
Julie Marson said of vote against holiday extension: "It is not every child who receives free school meals that needs this extra support."
Since the start of the pandemic, Mrs Marson said East Herts has received £2.07m in extra direct support from Westminister.
Cllr Louise McKinlay, cabinet member for children and families, said: “We are committed to making sure that no child in Essex goes hungry."
Rather than the customary march to the Castle Gardens, the commemoration on Sunday, November 8, will include a static parade and a short service.
Open chocolate factory created by 28-year-old Los Angeles-born former Choccywoccydoodah employee Jade Alterman.
Stortford's arts venue and museum receives grant from Government's Culture Recovery Fund to help cope with Covid pandemic.
Chief Fire Officer: "These groups are under-represented in our service and it's important our workforce better represents the communities we serve."
Bishop's Stortford youth café quenches youngsters' Thirst for activities during week-long school break.
Windhill21 pupil Oliver Klumpler: “I only wrote the poem for home learning because I had to, otherwise Mum wouldn’t let me play on the Xbox."
The volunteers who tend the tourist attraction want to restore the balustrade or ornamental parapet around the Countess of Warwick’s lily pond.
Hertford & Stortford Tory Julie Marson voted against providing school meals during holidays to some of the most deprived kids.
Harlow's Robert Halfon was one of five Tory MPs who voted for Labour motion to support families in need during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Bishop's Stortford soldier who suffered devastating injuries while serving in Afghanistan will tie the knot with his fiancée this week.
Leaders of all 10 district and borough councils, including East Herts, also oppose county council proposal for single unitary authority.
The county is currently in Tier 1, at 'medium' Covid alert level, but with a worrying escalation in infections across all age groups.
Reach Out Herts, which helps senior citizens just out of hospital or at risk of being admitted, is coping with a surge in demand.
Developers consortium and county council seek permission to build on site formerly marked for one of three primary schools for Stortford North.
Julie Marson asked Health Secretary Matt Hancock for district approach if Covid alert level in Hertfordshire needs to be raised.