HARLOW railway station ticket office was closed for a number of hours on Tuesday morning due to reported break-in.
The Fallen of World War One: James Kirkcaldy The short life of James Kirkcaldy read out by Caroline Petheridge. Thanks to Harlow Council Civid Fund and HTS Ltd for their support in this project. Tweet
HARLOW’S community organisation, Rainbow Services have launched a new befriending service.
THE mother of a man accused of stabbing his partner 173 times had warned police to check on them hours before, a court has heard reports the BBC.
MPs are due to vote on Theresa May’s Brexit agreement on Tuesday – but they will also get a chance to reshape the deal by tabling amendments to it reports the BBC. The amendments vary in their potential impact on the proposed deal. Some seek to make relatively small tweaks, others to scupper Mrs May’s […]
HARLOW Masonic Centre in Potter Street will be holding an Open Evening on January 31st. Everything you ever wanted to know about Freemasonry will be revealed on the night and if you interested in becoming a member then come along jand talk to us.
ESSEX Police are no longer looking for Daniel Pierce who we wanted to speak to in connection with allegations of stalking.
HARLOW Running Club member Hazel Kurz, while visiting Tasmania, competed in two races. On Saturday she ran the Queens Domain parkrun finishing in 52nd place out of 180 finishers in 26min 55sec. Then on Sunday she ran the Hobart Half Marathon finishing in 378th place out of 694 finishers in a PB time of 2hrs 2min 41sec.
A MAN has been jailed for six years for attempting to rape a vulnerable woman.
STAFF at Harlow Museum and Science Alive have been made redundant. Harlow Council set to take back control of museum but uncertain future for Science Alive.
COMMONWEALTH champions England equalled their best win over New Zealand with a 54-41 victory in their opening match of the Quad Series in Liverpool reports the BBC.
A NEW exhibition will open on Thursday 24th January at the Gibberd Gallery: Colour Has No Words by Cedric Christie. After completing an apprenticeship at Harlow Technical College, Christie used his knowledge of welding to make sculptures, first exhibiting in 1994. He has since lectured and exhibited widely in the United Kingdom and internationally. His […]
A MUCH Hadham man has been sentenced in connection with an incident where several sheep were attacked and killed by two dogs.
THOSE looking for a new adventure in 2019 can find out how to make their year thrilling, and raise money for a local charity, at St Clare Hospice’s first ever Challenge Information Evening.
THE Harvey Centre in Harlow is making advance preparations to help its customers counter the effects of ‘Blue Monday’.
FRIDAY January 18 is the fourth annual Essex Dementia Day, a day where organisations showcase work they are doing to support those living with dementia and offer information, advice and support to individuals, their family and friends and anyone interested in learning more about how they can help.
HARLOW Parkrun broke its own attendance record for the second week in a row.
THE NSPCC is calling on the government to recognise the 6,091 children living with domestic abuse in Essex as victims under law.
WALDEN came from behind to defeat Hoddesdon Town at Lowfield, Kane Lowe had given the hosts a thirteenth minute lead but Lewis Francis levelled up the contest eight minutes into the second period. Charlie Portway then gave the visitors the lead twenty minutes into the second half before Matt Frew netted a first goal for his new club midway through the half to seal their win.
Love is in the air at the Garden of India on Valentines Day. Full details on poster.
THE urgent need for a sustained focus on securing the skills required by industry has been highlighted by a survey produced by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).
ST Clare Hospice, in Hastingwood, is calling on local people to help them improve the lives of others through its growing community-led social connection programme, Compassionate Neighbours. The award-winning programme, originally founded by St Joseph’s Hospice in East London in 2011, has now been established in a total of eight hospices across the UK. St […]
PLANS for new dwellings on the site of the old Northbrooks House are set to go before the Harlow Council’s planning committee. The application is bidding for: “Demolition of Northbrooks House, Community Hall and Garage Block and Construction of 47 New Dwellings including Private and Affordable Homes, Car Parking and Amenity Space”. Planning permission is […]
Haringey Humbled by Hawks By Callum Hibberd HARLOW bought the league leaders back down to earth with an excellent team performance. Goals from Tom Hitchcock and Emile Acquah early in either half set the tone for a brilliant game, and a result which sees Harlow move to within one point of safety. Haringey got one back through […]