17 November 2019
Born in 1705, some say in Thaxted and others in Hempstead, Dick Turpin was a gangster, highway robber and horse thief.
16 November 2019
Visitors to Nostalgia Day could sample the cakes made for RAF staff who were stationed at Sawbridgeworth Airfield in the Second World War.
14 November 2019
Oxford Archaeology East is digging for evidence of a Roman roadside settlement at Grange Paddocks.
07 November 2019
Entry and exit from the Charringtons, Causeway, Link Road and Jackson Square car parks will be impossible between 10.30am and 11.30am.
28 September 2019
The Rhodes Birthplace Trust, set up in 2001, has outlined its future role to justify ongoing subsidy from the town council.
22 September 2019
Shops, bars and restaurants will open their doors for a gin-themed afternoon and evening of festivities.
05 September 2019
A team from a Bishop's Stortford archaeology business explained the authentic finds children 'discovered' in a specially-filled sandpit
02 September 2019
Journalist Christopher Hadley, a Stortford rugby club coach, has been working on his epic read about Piers Shonks for a decade
23 August 2019
The penny will go on show for the first time at Saffron Walden Museum on Saturday August 24
23 August 2019
Model railway displays set around the world are the platform for friendly club to attract new members
22 August 2019
There will be digs from Monday August 26 to Friday August 30 and again from Monday September 2 to Friday September 6
18 August 2019
'It might look better... on the seafront at Hastings, but I’m less convinced that it’s perfect for the centre of our conservation area'
01 August 2019
The finance and policy committee has recommended that the agreement should be renewed next year and the centre’s annual £255k grant should continue.
10 July 2019
Owner McMullen says it is 'giving a second life' to one of the town's oldest watering holes
14 May 2019
She beat 11 other criers at the city’s Eel Festival with her shouted advert for Bishop’s Stortford and its characters.
20 April 2019
A blooming lovely bunch of floral fanatics from the Herts & Essex Boundary Flower Club are celebrating their diamond anniversary this spring.
18 April 2019
The silver penny of Harold II, rumoured to be buried in St Michael's Church in Windhill, is rare because he ruled for less than a year.
11 March 2019
News editor Sinead Corr takes a two-hour direct flight away with Widerøe for a walk on the wild side in Norway
19 February 2019
Steps to the top of the ruins, which some historians believe may have originally been a Celtic burial mound, will be clad to improve public access.
17 January 2019
Vision includes new events area, cafe, toilets, tennis courts, recreation space for teens, castle mound improvements and new bridge over River Stort