How To Be Human will be broadcast to homes via a link on the South Road centre's website.
The 12-week Prince's Trust TEAM programme launches in September.
The hospice is facing a projected shortfall of up to £600,000 in income in the 12 months from the start of the coronavirus outbreak.
A car caught fire on the northbound stretch between junctions 7 (Harlow) and 8 (Stortford).
“I’d like to reassure residents that... our enquiries are ongoing to trace those who were involved in the organising and running of the event.”
A teenager was issued with a police notice after riding along Bullfields in Sawbridgeworth on his back wheel – in front of officers.
Herts Constabulary is trying to return over 60 stolen bikes to their owners after they were recovered in raids in East Herts and Welwyn Hatfield.
Four men were arrested on suspicion of committing immigration offences near Great Dunmow.
The demands should have been issued in April, but the BID board concentrated on helping members cope with the coronavirus crisis.
Forget Me Not fundraiser organised by Morgan Giles and band of 18 volunteers served up over 50 cream teas from mum Sue's garden.
Julie Marson questioned Foreign Secretary in Commons as he took control of the new Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.
Young Thor joins mentor Reqs in probing causes of blazes after passing final qualifying test for his fire investigation licence.
Researchers need as many people as possible from a wide variety of backgrounds, ages and counties to take part.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused a 27% rise in requests for help to Citizens Advice, which has an office in South Street.
Self-isolation and testing fail to contain outbreak among young people aged 17-19 in pubs and cafés in Tring and Berkhamsted area.
The National Trust, which manages the medieval hunting ground, is facing a £200m black hole in its finances because of the coronavirus crisis.
Darren Briscoe suffered a series of strokes and contracted pneumonia while staying with his mother in Spain and died in hospital there.
Leaflets explaining the secondary transfer process will be distributed to families through their child's primary, junior or middle school this month.
Police said: "There was very little noise and no offences or ASB (anti-social behaviour) were reported during the event.”
Nationally, the organisation celebrates its centenary in 2021 and has launched a 'Telling our Story' project to chronicle its history.