A parish councillor has said he wants to hold Essex County Council (ECC) “to account” after claims that more than 400 residents in a development near Little Dunmow have had to wait in excess of three years for a “21st century broadband connection”.
Part of the M11 was closed yesterday as a result of a car fire on the northbound carriageway.
Some 11,000 people enjoyed the annual firework display and bonfire on Saffron Walden Common on Saturday, November 5, organised by Saffron Walden Round Table.
Train passengers using Greater Anglia services are being asked not to pull the emergency cord for a medical incident on board, but instead to call 999 – and take to Twitter.
A sonic boom which shook huge areas of Suffolk this morning was caused by Typhoon jets taking a Ryanair plane to Stansted Airport, the Ministry of Defence has confirmed.
Young Farmers is celebrating its 85th year with a public awareness week from September 18 to 22.
A campaign to save an historic Saffron Walden pub has entered a “critical stage” as members of the community are urged to make an offer to the current owners.
Passengers were hit by with delays at Stansted Airport after the runway was closed for emergency repairs – with at least one Essex family left stranded overseas.
With so much going on, the Reporter has decided to dedicate a page to community news.