The five-day closure of Finchingfield Bridge has left roads in “chaos” with car crashes and businesses suffering, residents have reported.
The Gardens of Easton Lodge had their “most successful day ever” at a snowdrop open day on Sunday.
Students and teachers at Dunmow St Mary’s Primary School turned up to class in their pyjamas, dressing gowns and even unicorn onesies!
How does someone live to 107-years-of-age? Is there a special diet or secret potion which prolongs life?
An open evening in Saffron Walden is being held for teenagers interested in becoming a police cadet.
A retired farmer from Great Bardfield has travelled to the Arctic to mark his 80th birthday.
He may only have been on Essex soil for a matter of minutes but Donald Trump’s visit to the UK cost the county’s police force more than £1.8million.
A cabinet minister has praised Great Dunmow Primary after it reached the top one per cent of primary schools in the country for writing and maths.
Uttlesford District Council (UDC) has set aside £200,000 to offset the possible risks of Britain leaving the EU without a deal.
Volunteers are soughts to organise the Dunmow Flitch Trials; a competition which sees couples travel far and wide to fight it out for a side of bacon.
A retired business man is appealing to Dunmow shoppers and residents to help him find his wedding ring, which he has had for more than 40 years.
A patient at Broomfield Hospital was left in the same clothes for five days, an inspection report into the state of the hospital has revealed.
Residents at a Great Dunmow care home celebrated Burns Night in style, with an event attended by Kemi Badenoch, the MP for Saffron Walden.
There’s something magical hiding in the woods at Dunmow St Mary’s Primary School.
The mother of Dunmow school boy Elliot Peters has spoken about life without her son, almost a year after his death.
A retired teacher has paid tribute to a team at a Great Dunmow sports centre who saved his life when he became seriously ill.
Finchingfield Bridge, which connects two halves of the village, will be closed for five days this month.
The head teacher of Helena Romanes School has announced his plans to retire at the end of the academic year.
Children at a village primary school near Dunmow are receiving support, after a fellow student brought a “dangerous weapon” onto the site.
The manager of Thaxted Centre for the Disabled has stood down, after more than 30 years of volunteering.
Teachers at Great Dunmow Primary are ‘keeping their fingers crossed’ and hoping there will be no further damage to the school as they await repairs to the roof after lead thieves struck.
Vandals have damaged a popular walking route in Great Dunmow just weeks after the county council spent thousands of pounds repairing it.
Dunmow Bowls Club has donated hundreds of pounds to local organisations, after months of fundraising.
The longest serving therapist at a salon in Dunmow has won a national award.
A drama group is no longer homeless after being welcomed back to an historic Little Easton theatre where Charlie Chaplin and Ester Rantzen have performed.
George Street in Saffron Walden remains closed, after a water main burst yesterday.
Felsted School celebrated 100 years of rugby with a match against Bishop’s Stortford College, at the home ground of the Saracens rugby team.
Snow is expected tonight in Saffron Walden and Dunmow, lasting into Wednesday morning and then turning icy, the Met office has warned.
Queues remain near Junction 8 of the M11 following a vehicle fire.
The Dunmow branch of the Royal British Legion has been honoured with an award, following a series of successful commemoration events and an increase in membership.