John and Jean Simkins came together through the shared experience of the loss of their first spouses, both of whom had multiple sclerosis.
Councillors set to approve new equalities strategy "to ensure diversity and inclusion" after leader admits current one "is in urgent need of refresh".
Chloe Ribeiro had her second son in January after an anxious pregnancy dealing with hospital without her husband being allowed to be present.
Sawbridgeworth and High Wych District Guiding Group organisers were dismayed to discover their base had been targeted by vandals.
Julie Marson visited the winter night shelter and food bank, and met representatives of The Exchange – all church-based charities.
The curvature in Leventhorpe student Holi Kingston’s spine has nearly doubled and her family are raising £33,000 for an operation in Germany.
Mike Tattum and Jane Bell challenged EHC over planning breaches by Connect Scaffolding and council's failure to use its enforcement powers.
Sawbridgeworth woman Jenny Ashcroft has written a book, Slipping Through the Net, about her dysfunctional teenage years.
BSGC member Mike McCarthy resumed playing last summer after a year off following surgery – performed by surgeon called Mr Birdi
Norma Fenwick is migrating her travel agency business from the shed at the bottom of her garden to premises in Knight Street.
The schnoodle had been absent due to coronavirus restrictions, but has resumed pooch pal duties at Stansted's Mountfitchet House.
The New Apton Centre welcomed people back with an extra new lounge furnished through donations from local firms.
Scope has reported a 252% increase in predicted sales and 97% uplift in donations brought in to the shop in Devoils Lane, Bishop's Stortford.
Consultant from Takeley shaves head for St Clare on anniversary of falling ill with virus – and runs 10k on anniversary of discharge from hospital.
Sawbridgeworth residents line streets for 'Terry the Sweep', whose funeral and burial were funded through £4,000 raised online.
7-year-old Manor Fields pupil Hattie Webber held a bake sale and ran 5k after hearing of the fate of the white rhino and African elephants.
William Rose, 16, spent a year building the world's largest moving vehicle, a 4.2m (13ft 9in) long tank, out of construction toy K'Nex.