Saffron Walden Town Council received the annual Essex Community Award from Essex County Council and Essex Association of Local Councils.
Chris Dyson, from Saffron Walden, and his brother-in-law Ian Cowan, from Denham in Suffolk, set off on October 5 to drive 2,000 miles in 48 hours to raise money for charity.
An Italian tourist, who collapsed and stopped breathing at Stansted Airport, is safely back home.
Music produced by Dunmow school children bought a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘what a load of rubbish’.
Highways England has revealed its latest list of planned roadworks and road closures across the East of England for the week ahead.
The East Anglian Railway Museum at Chappel and Wakes Colne railway station in Colchester will soon feature a piece of history from Saffron Walden’s train station.
In this week’s column, Peter Sharkey looks at what impact a rising life expectancy has on your savings.
The trustees of Dunmow Day Centre, which is celebrating 25 years at the Rowena Davey Centre this year, are ‘fighting hard’ to maintain operational control over the centre.
Fanny and Frank’s annual fashion show raised almost £800 for charity.
Mayor of Saffron Walden, Councillor Paul Fairhurst, has launched an initiative to encourage businesses in the town to cut down on their plastic usage.
Police have released CCTV footage of the people involved in the ram raid at Nisa in Newport last month.
Special visitors from the Pentagon arrived in Great Bardfield, armed with metal detectors, to discover more about the fate of an American Second World War pilot who crashed in 1944.
Plans which could see the weekly market in Dunmow change location and day have been met with reservations by councillors.
Saffron Walden’s first ‘eclectic boutique’ opened last month and its owners are passionate about giving the town something a little different and supporting other local businesses.
Saffron Walden Labour Party is calling for a “complete reversal of Tory cuts in police staffing numbers” and an increase in police pay to tackle the “crime wave” in Uttlesford.
A company which uses the iconic London Underground to create maps has produced a tube map of Saffron Walden.
Councillors have approved an amendment to the local plan relating to the proposed cross-boundary West of Braintree Garden Community.
Two mums from Saffron Walden, Lucy Boniface and Sarah Boon, jumped out of a plane last month to raise money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance and have raised more than £2,000 so far.
Uttlesford District Council has set a new date to determine Stansted Airport’s planning application.
Children can guess the weight of pumpkins and take part in a Halloween costume competition at an open day at the Gardens of Easton Lodge.
The lives and tragic deaths of young men killed during the First World War will be remembered at a special event in Wethersfield Village Hall on Saturday, November 10.
Developers have unveiled plans to build 150 homes on the former Walden School site in Saffron Walden.
All public speaking sessions due to be held this week for the Stansted Airport planning application have been postponed.
Despite the heat and lack of rain during July and August, entry numbers were up at the Saffron Walden Horticultural Society Autumn Show.
Planned roadworks in the East of England: weekly summary for Monday, October 8, through to Sunday, October 14.
Financial columnist Peter Sharkey says a building disaster in Bulgaria and HS2 are good metaphors for avoiding bad financial plans
The Flitch of Bacon in Little Dunmow has been bestowed with the honour of becoming Essex’s only Michelin star restaurant.
The St Clare Hospice charity shop in Dunmow will host a monthly coffee morning, starting on October 17.
The Dunmow Day Centre will celebrate its 25th year at the Rowena Davey Centre on October 13 with an open day.