Former Indie business writer Eleanor Kent has come up with a fashion format for kids based on sustainability and social media.
The strategy – 15 months in the making – follows the authority's decision in July 2019 to declare a climate emergency.
Super-site has 38 spaces for unloading, split-level design that does away with need for steps and a centre where residents can buy reusable items.
The town council has organised a Covid-safe consultation event in Jackson Square on Thursday and Saturday (Nov 5 and 7).
Education settings, with 296 infections in past 7 days, are primary cause of cases in Herts, followed by shopping (289) and restaurants & pubs (124).
During the pandemic, the organisation has helped over 5,000 people and chief executive Laura Hyde says further changes are on the way
Herts Chief Fire Officer Darryl Keen said: "It's really important we continue to play our part before the stricter rules come in on November 5."
Cllr Andrew Huggins, the Conservative who represents the Mundens and Cottered Ward, served in the Royal Artillery of the British Army for five years.
Hard-hitting campaign launched by county council and NHS after 27% of Herts people say they would pop to the shops while in quarantine.
Bishop's Stortford High School development will follow construction of new secondary off Whittington Way which is set for completion in 2022.
Holidays both in England and abroad will be banned at least until December 2; the only travel exemptions are for work or education.
The service fears that with fewer professional displays due to Covid-19 pandemic, more households will be buying fireworks to set off at home.
The apprentices, employed by Ryanair, are constructing a kit plane from scratch but need sponsors to help them buy parts.
Stepping Out with Carers CIC offers respite to members of the care community in the form of fresh air, exercise, nature and lunch.
St Mary's science teacher shares her story after researchers discovered check by her GP can predict ovarian cancer better than previously thought.
The project began in the Hadhams and other villages along the Ash Valley and has now spread to Bishop's Stortford.
Affluent buyers looking for more space and change of lifestyle are behind the boom, according to North Street estate agent Savills.
Police and council staff visiting hundreds of pubs, restaurants, takeaways and shops across the county.
Planning committee was told Rushes Court scheme could not be challenged because such an extension is now a "permitted development".
County's case rate per 100,000 people is 109.5 and seven of its 10 districts, including East Herts, are now above 100 cases per 100,000 people.