Some 10% of the world's chalk streams run through Herts, including the Stort, where there are plans to remove the weir at Grange Paddocks.
County council teams up with charity to give each of its 78 members chance to help one community group claim up to £1,200 to buy a defib.
The force says it has been working with the police and crime commissioner and the county council to understand concerns after murder of Sarah Everard.
Herts Constabulary has 128 Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) officers – 5.6% – compared to 7.6% nationally.
Sustainable Sawbridgeworth will be hosting the stall as part of its focus on the COP26 international climate change conference.
Don Patel, who worked seven days a week to support his customers, announced he is quitting The Tuck Shop in Bell Street after 35 years,.
"Hate crime is an insidious crime that can have a corrosive effect on our communities and lasting, life-long impacts on victims."
The law recognises five types of hate crime on the basis of race, religion, disability, sexual orientation and transgender identity, but not sex.
"The virtual clinic is designed to improve our patients' experience so that they are not required to attend for multiple face-to-face assessments."
Insp Mark Collins' comments follow a man exposing himself to a woman walking in Pishiobury Park after shouting at her and pushing her.
Local historian Theo van de Bilt discovered the story of Morghi George Ottea after being motivated by the Black Lives Matter movement.
The field of runners from the Indie patch included 'locked in' syndrome survivor Emma Vinyard who ran in aid of Addenbrooke's Hospital.
The man came up behind the woman, shouted at her to get out of the way then pushed her before exposing himself.
Friends of Pishiobury Park chairman Bob Reed's thought-provoking webinar launched town's Citizen Science project.
Police investigating hold-up on Monday September 27 appeal to train passengers who might have seen robber still wearing black balaclava.