Internationally-acclaimed and best-selling author Alexander McCall Smith paid a visit to Saffron Walden today for a talk at Hart’s Books.
The Military Wives Choir charity has created its own home and accessories collection, thanks to an exclusive collaboration with high street retailer M&Co.
Police are appealing for witnesses after an 86-year-old man died following a road traffic collision on the M11 this week.
Saffron Walden Town Council has dropped a judicial review fighting Essex Highways’ plans to paint double yellow lines in the town.
Uttlesford Food Bank has joined forces with the library in Saffron Walden by placing a donation point in the building.
English Heritage has published a set of chilling ghost stories with one set at Audley End House.
Steeple Bumpstead Surgery has been rated as ‘good’ following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) this summer.
A school in Haverhill is celebrating after officially openings its new classroom block extension.
A brave group of men are set to bare all for a charity calendar later this year.
An author from Wimbish is hoping to share his knowledge about the world of business in his first-ever book.
The branch manager of Waitrose, Saffron Walden, says the store is “incredibly proud” to have won at this year’s inaugural Uttlesford Business Awards.
A Stansted Airport employee has been recognised by the East of England Ambulance Service for being part of its bid to train thousands of people in first aid.
The leader of Uttlesford District Council has reiterated the need for more housing amid fresh calls from a campaign group to continue fighting development.
Work has officially begun on a new 210-place primary school in Stansted Mountfitchet.
A student from Hempstead has been awarded a £10,000 scholarship by BAFTA to help him with his music work.
Two religious prison inmates who were “ordered by God” to murder a convicted killer from Stansted Mountfitchet have been handed life sentences.
Saffron Academy Trust (SAT) is growing after welcoming another school to its partnership.
The Saffron Academy Trust is celebrating after one of its schools received a ‘good’ rating from Ofsted.
Staff at Saffron Walden County High School traded their cars for bicycles as part of Cycle to Work Day 2017.
Students from Forest Hall School, in Stansted, are celebrating after their artwork was displayed in countywide and national showcases.
A mother-of-two from Saffron Walden is hoping to spread the word about a rare condition after her son underwent major surgery to reshape his skull.
A partner for a chartered financial firm in Stansted says the company was “a little surprised” to win big at the inaugural Uttlesford Business Awards this summer.
Students at Forest Hall School, in Stansted, have been working on a project looking at fairness, equality and prejudice in society.
The total amount of money raised from this year’s Hempstead Classic Vehicle Gathering is in.
The family of a 61-year-old man who was born in Saffron Walden are appealing for information about his friends following his death last month.
The streets of Saffron Walden will be lined with people next weekend, as the L’Etape UK cycling event makes its way through the town.
Education chiefs at County Hall are pressing ahead with plans to set up their own academy trust for local authority-run schools.
Police are advising parents to check playground equipment after receiving reports of a child being injured at a recreation ground in Stansted.
Members of Saffron Walden’s cycling community set off for a particularly special ride last week, as the Tour of Britain made its way through the region.
The village of Finchingfield is a quiet and picturesque place for most of the year, but for one day each summer it plays host to an hysterical – and very wet – three-legged race.