Supporting Stortford Traders in Lockdown: Wheatsheaf publican serving up free Sunday roasts for families in need wins councillor's backing.
Staff at ITVET drove as far as Northampton and Aylesbury to pick up donated devices after TV news appearance resulted in offers of 550 laptops.
Adam Mackay, managing director of Mackay Property Agents, of Bell Street, Sawbridgeworth, is spearheading the initiative, dubbed Computers for Kids.
Sound engineer and DJ Tom Rountree sugar-coats loss of work in pandemic by launching his own hand-made chocolates, Tom’s Bonbons.
Award-winning Essex florist cultivating second branch in former Florence Walk premises of Guy & Joe's deli.
The honour for Karen Spencer is for her contribution to education – particularly maths – and aviation.
Award-winning Kim Boylett starts own practice in Sawbridgeworth with the help of her brother she performed with in covers band Guilty Pleasures.
After 21 years running Café of Angels in Sawbridgeworth, Austin James is passing the reins to friend and Pizza Squisita owner Mike Mason.
Female lawyers make up 53% of the partners following promotions of Letty Glaister, Eleanor Burroughs and Kay Piper.
Personal trainer Phil Carpenter has diversified during the coronavirus outbreak, creating an online fitness community that has grown to over 2,300.
Vix Stamm, owner of The Body Barre, is running virtual exercise classes from her home and asking people to donate to NHS staffs' wishlist fund
A Bishop’s Stortford entrepreneur has launched an online directory to support the catering and food industry during the coronavirus crisis
Jeweller and watch repairer Martin Zelley has taken the opportunity of his Stortford shop's closure to help his community get onto two wheels.
Richard Gilkes, managing director of Ducketts Wharf-based Stort Chemicals, discusses what Brexit is going to mean for his industry
An employee of a Stortford science firm is hoping to improve the quality of life for vulnerable children in Africa by running the London Marathon
A former florist to the Queen has opened a salon where clients are treated like royalty