Stortford's JD Wetherspoon pub the Port Jackson repeats its 2019 achievement in 2020 Loo of the Year Awards.
The local branch of the global environmental movement is hosting a discussion about solutions on Monday evening (Nov 16).
Children are invited to take a gift for an older person to Santa's grotto and in return they will receive their own present.
Trinity Close play area off South Street will be closed from November 16 for an upgrade, which is due to be completed in January.
The in-store initiative runs at the Bishop's Park branch in Stortford from Thursday to Saturday (Nov 19-21).
"When a member of staff has to self-isolate, that staff member is paid and the school also has to pay another person to teach the class."
The team of 10 led by Nikky Wilkins, who runs the programme, completed a two-week community project at the Silver Leys hut.
Foster carers Alan and Dawn Ashworth are joined in a video for new recruitment campaign by Luke, the first boy they helped, who's now 22.
Jonathan Clarke's Toyota Avensis hit the kerb in Stansted Road in Stortford, rolling the car carrying two passengers at least twice.
PC Christopher Philpott discharged the device into the leg of another member of the Essex force on police premises.
Environmental health officers worked on 44 cases in the first three weeks of October.
Who are they, what's their purpose, can they impose fines and why couldn’t the cash be used for something else?
The grants cover the four-week period to Wednesday December 2, when the national lockdown is scheduled to end.
Princess Alexandra Hospital workers attend 11am virtual service, led by chaplaincy team, and observe two-minute silence.
Initial patrols in the town centre took place on Tuesday and are expected to be back on Thursday and Saturday.
The district council's development management committee approved the scheme for The Bishop's Stortford High School despite fierce objections.
Readers are notified when their books are ready to collect from the library door while socially distancing.
The BID funded patrols during the first lockdown and decided to act again at a cost of around £10,000 after consulting its levy payers.
The event was live-streamed on YouTube for those unable to attend and the mayor, Cllr Keith Warnell, set the tone with his welcome address.
Rather than customary march to Castle Gardens war memorial, ticketed commemoration will comprise static parade and short service.