Part of Lesley Calder's plan to get back to fitness includes taking part in the Shine Night Walk marathon in London.
Essex Police wants to hear from anyone who saw Monday's incident in which a primary school pupil threatened other youngsters.
The next big visual change for East Herts Council's £20m centre due to open this autumn will be installation of 'water confidence zone' equipment.
The Save Stansted Village campaign saw off Bloor Homes' attempt to develop farmland alongside a protected country lane.
Decision to cease free parking follows end of Government funding to support hospitals which waived charges at start of Covid-19 pandemic.
Community choir Herts and Soul's Hag Fest in Stansted raised £1,600 for the hospice, which has suffered a dip in income in the pandemic.
Matthew Ibrahim, lead resuscitation practitioner at the Harlow NHS trust, presented to the Health Service Journal's Patient Safety Congress.
34 teams of 136 golfers raised £44,272 to pay for specialist private physio and equipment to help six youngsters lead more independent lives.
Birchanger primary head Claire Berry: “[We] were made aware a pupil had threatened older children with a small household implement."
Developer withdraws plan for distribution centre at St James’ Park to “use feedback from the local community for a new application”.
Owner Legal & General has "made significant changes to reflect community concerns" by proposing steps and ramp for pedestrians.
This Organ Donation Week (Sept 20-26) more than 7,000 people, including 71 in Hertfordshire, are predicted to be in need of a transplant.
Man walking beside the Stort had his Apple iPhone stolen on Saturday afternoon by two men who asked him the time.
Police investigating the incident on Thorley Park believe the suspect might be a delivery driver.
A team of 12 took part in the 25k Thames Bridges Trek on the same day that 22 supporters completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge.