Birchanger is the first Uttlesford village to benefit from a countywide roll-out of ultrafast fibre broadband.
Elderly residents who rely on public transport could be left ‘high and dry’ by the closure of the Saffron Building Society branch in Great Dunmow, a customer has claimed.
Hundreds of children searched Dunmow’s High Street, trying to solve a holiday-themed puzzle, as they took part in an Easter trail on Friday.
Great Dunmow Town Council is shelling out more than £10,000 to deter travellers from camping illegally outside Helena Romanes School.
The Dunmow Wind Band has been made the official band of Great Dunmow.
Felsted School’s Model United Nations (MUN) held its 10th conference on the theme of sustainability, hosting 19 schools from across the region.
Young Dunmow United football players arrived on Wednesday evening (April 11) to discover their clubhouse had been broken into and its kitchen “ransacked” for Kit Kats, Haribo and fizzy drinks.
Dunmow Rotary Club will donate a further £1,000 to communities battling the effects of cyclone Idai, which spread devastation in Malawi, Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
A great-grandmother and former seamstress celebrated her 100th birthday on Monday (April 8).
Runners living and working in the Dunmow area will be among those taking part in the London Marathon on April 28.
The Dunmow University of the Third Age (U3A) hosted a successful information day on health and wellbeing on March 27.
Essex Police want to speak to a man about burglary offences in Essex and Hertfordshire.
Children enjoyed meeting chicks and hunting for Easter eggs at a farm open day in Barnston on Sunday.
A village hall run by volunteers has been stripped of lead by thieves.
Police are still searching for a man who failed to stop in High Ongar and later abandoned his car yesterday evening (April 9).
A free easter trail will be taking place in Dunmow on Friday morning (April 12).
The head teacher at Rodings Primary School has thanked parents for their support, after the site was broken into and equipment worth thousands of pounds was stolen.
Jewellery and money were stolen during a burglary in Saffron Walden.
More than 700 cannabis plants were seized in an Uttlesford village over the weekend.
Students at a Stansted school are fundraising in order to pay for their trip to a Greek orphanage.
Plans for a new sports pavilion in Great Bardfield, with improved access for wheelchair and pushchair users, have been submitted to Braintree District Council by the parish council.
Braintree MP James Cleverly has been made a junior minister in the Government.
A gardening scheme has teamed up with a Barnston farm to expand its reach.
Could you refuse an ice-cold beer under the baking Croatian sun? How about free flutes of prosecco handed out poolside?
Founding members of Dunmow’s Country Market gathered last week to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
Essex County Council (ECC) have performed a u-turn after revealing that a temporary crossing is now back on the cards whilst a bridge in Finchingfield, which connects two halves of the village, is replaced.
Police presence outside Helena Romanes School has been requested, after travellers arrived on the green which leads to the school’s entrance.
Pupils at Takeley Primary School are enjoying their new adventure playground.
The co-owner and Michelin star chef at a Little Dunmow restaurant has revealed it is “heartbreaking” to let his customers down, after he took the decision to temporarily shut the celebrated eatery.
Hundreds of fans paid their respects to Prodigy front man Keith Flint at a funeral in Bocking today (Friday).