The parents of Ronnie Leys, a three-year-old from Saffron Walden who recently underwent a life-changing operation to allow him to walk, said their son’s progress has been “remarkable”.
Users of mental health services in Uttlesford are calling for the return of a “comprehensive” hub in Saffron Walden.
The family of Dunmow schoolboy Elliot Peters will meet with a government minister to raise awareness about the genetic disorder that caused his death.
More than £10million worth of urgent repairs need to be carried out at the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in order to prevent “catastrophic” failures and risk to safety.
The Overtures, a celebrated covers band offering irresistable tunes from the 1960s and 1970s will be stars of a show called simply: Christmas at the Village Hall on Saturday, December 1 - raising money for Herts and Essex Air Ambulance.
In this week’s column, Peter Sharkey looks at what impact a rising life expectancy has on your savings.
Our struggling ambulance service is considering using volunteers to drive frontline ambulances in a bid to tackle a staffing crisis.
Thursday nights, the first night of Cambridge Folk Festival used to be just the night you stomped round the ground, set up your tent, got your wristband and saw a couple of low-key acts with a beer.
More than £3,000 was raised for a ‘miracle child’ at a High Easter fun day.
A man was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital yesterday following a chainsaw accident in Rickling Green.
When writer James Graham first offered National Theatre director Jeremy Herrin a play set in Parliament, Herrin said: “Have you got anything else?”
An animated video has been produced offering simple tricks to help emergency services find households in Suffolk and Essex this winter.
The region’s ambulance service has launched a new campaign to reassert its zero tolerance policy on abuse as the number of staff assaulted while on duty continues to rise.