Cllr Alan Storah, a Residents for Uttlesford representative for The Sampfords, died suddenly at the weekend.
The charity has prepared PPE safe packs ready for the relaunch and is already providing essential support for many clients.
The Cambridge Road neighbours netted the windfall when their postcode was announced as a daily prize winner on Monday.
Former Uttlesford district councillor Julie Redfern recognised for her village community efforts during Covid-19 crisis.
The honour for Karen Spencer is for her contribution to education – particularly maths – and aviation.
Herts County Council has taken control of all 17 household waste recycling centres previously operated on its behalf by Amey.
Head boy Nathaniel Carn and Amy Raymond, making her debut, were taking part in a contest organised by Imperial College London.
The district council has bought the Weston Innovation Centre in Takeley and will lease it back to housebuilder the Weston Group.
Since May, ad hoc measures have been in place in South Street and Potter Street, with closures of Apton Road and a one-way system in Newtown Road.
Steve Griffiths is used to coping with crises after challenging roles with Virgin Atlantic and Transport for London.
Online petition launched as Labour, Lib Dem and Green parties want Tories to resume public consultation and publish a business case.
Stortford solicitors Nockolds and Tees support Essex and Herts Air Ambulance Trust's will-writing plea.
The town council has been asked to come up with around 40 fitting names for residential roads on St James' Park, off Whittington Way.
"When I took up the reins of office, little did I realise what was in store for me – one of the strangest times in my lifetime."
Sainsbury's and Tesco will be selling poppies and up to 20 are available free online.
BSCF president John Rhodes has made a detailed response to Whitehall's planning White Paper using Stortford to reinforce his points.
Herts police appeal for people to swell force as specials – part-time volunteers with the same powers as regular officers.
Highways team on standby round the clock to cover almost half the county's road network of 1,500 miles.
Health Secretary's announcement came in video message as part of Government's pledge to building 40 new hospitals this decade.
BID group wanted to cover EHC's £6,000 costs and offer shoppers free spaces in Causeway car park after 3pm on Tuesdays for two months.