A HARLOW teenager has pled guilty over a charge that he assaulted a police officer.
HARLOW Labour activists and councillors joined forces, rolled up their sleeves and like good Stakhanovites, cleaned up some of the streets of Harlow.
OVER a thousand pounds was raised for Street2Homes as part of a collboration between artists at Harlow College and Astro Lighting. Astro Lighting gave students the brief to decorate their new plaster-based Eclipse lights, using the theme of ‘home’. These pieces would then be shortlisted to 10 by Astro co-founders John Fearon and James Bassant, […]
HARLOW Foodbank currently feeds almost three-hundred people each month, with around 40% of these being children.
A NEW campaign that aims to empower older victims of domestic abuse to seek support has launched today.
HARLOW Running Club, in a late result from the previous week, competed in the second round of the East Herts and West Essex Cross Country League
EMERGENCY accommodation for people sleeping rough in Harlow has been extended for another two nights.
VETERAN Harlow runner, Alan Powers ran his hundredth parkrun down at Harlow Town Park on Saturday morning.
Planned overnight works (2100 hrs to 0600 hrs)
The following schools will be closed on Tuesday December 12th. Pemberley Academy Harlowbury Primary Church Langley Churchgate Street Holy Cross Longwood William Martin Hare Street St Marks Mark Hall Pear Tree Mead The Downs Henry Moore Nazeing Fawbert and Barnard Tany’s Dell Burnt Mill Academy Cooks Spinney Primary Epping St John’s Forest Hall School Freshwaters […]
ESSEX Police are investigating a serious assault after a woman was attacked with a metal pole.
A HARLOW man has been fined after his dog injured a child in Cannons Brook.
THERE was a bitter war of words between Labour and Conservative councillors over whether the plan for future developments in Harlow includes provision for a Gypsy-Traveller site in Old Harlow.
COMMONWEALTH Games England has today announced the 18 para athletes who will represent England in the athletics events at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia next April.
THE Safer Essex Roads Partnership (SERP) is encouraging road users to submit footage showing dangerous road user behaviour as part of a new campaign to make the region’s roads safer for everyone.
Princess Alexandra Hospital Emergency Department – NHS urges local residents to choose the right service The NHS is experiencing a growing demand for urgent care services and this is no different at The Princess Alexandra Hospitals NHS Trust. Demand on the local hospital’s emergency department has been very high. We are seeing approximately 280 patients […]
PLANS outlining the future developments in Harlow for the next thirty years plus were recommended by the ruling Labour cabinet at Harlow Council on Thursday night. In a marathon meeting, Harlow Council leader, cllr Jon Clepmner and portfolio holder cllr Danny Purton detailed that plans that could see a radical transformation of the town. The […]
A MAN from Templefields in Harlow has been charged with shoplifting.
TALENTED writers worked with an author to brush up on their poetry skills.
EMERGENCY call handlers and control room staff are sharing their stories of the unacceptable verbal abuse they receive whilst trying to do their best for patients.
HARLOW Council held a Cabinet Meeting on Thursday evening.
ROLLING log fo school announcements regarding the snow. Will keep updated.
Sticky Sisters, a fast-casual dining chain, has opened a new restaurant in The Harvey Centre in Harlow.
SOMETIMES it is good to have a little walk around town and see what we can find. On Saturday afternoon, we spotted preacher Pat Brick rapping on the Board Walk. This was a day before he held a concert in the Harlow Study Centre in Waterhouse Moor. All adds to the rich tapestry of life. […]