Northbound M11 between junctions 7 and 8 will be closed for four weekends, prompting fears of major jams in Sawbridgeworth.
A 28-year-old man has been charged with theft and is to appear in court in November.
The event will feature pumpkins, squashes and spring bulbs for sale, a jam and jelly tombola, refreshments and an autumn trail for children.
Details of over 350 careers in health and care and the wide range of organisations delivering services now available in one place.
Karolis Grinius and Eitvydas Laucys, of Corby, have both been charged with conspiracy to steal a motor vehicle
William Bargate, 23, left his home in Little Sampford on September 25 and police issued a public appeal four days later to find him.
The plans sit alongside the National Planning Policy Framework and the District Plan, and are used to determine planning applications in the town.
County council rolls out support system for NHS Test and Trace involving all 10 district and borough councils in Herts.
As part of the plans, due to be submitted this month, five new retail and restaurant units will also be incorporated into Jackson Square.
Last year some 200 resident and community groups, schools and district, town and parish councils took up the offer.
Staff supplied treats to passers-by in return for donations to the cancer charity's World's Biggest Coffee Morning event.
The Care Quality Commission inspected the organisation which covers Essex and Hertfordshire after whistleblowers raised the alarm
The town council would like to control parking, neighbourhood planning, public toilets, sports centres and parks, tourism, arts and recreation.
The six parcels of land on the Stortford estate were predicted to fetch £6,000-£10,000 each but went for a total of £10,750.
The roads between Hockerill Street and South Street will be closed at night for the social distancing measures to be carried out.
About 40 universities around the country have reported coronavirus cases and thousands of young people are self-isolating.
The INEOS Britannia II yacht was aboard a Ukrainian Antonov 124 which took off on Monday evening for Auckland via Dubai.
Julie Marson has called for action after property was damaged and vehicles were stranded in Stansted Road and Stort Road in August deluges.
The town council has been offered the chance to buy 40 acres to the north of Stortford for facilities that could rival Ware's Wodson Park.
Plans to enhance scrubland were imposed on East Herts Council by Environment Agency as part of planning consent for Northgate End car park.