Inquest set to open in case of Harlow paramedic

AN inquest is set to open in the case of a Harlow paramedic who died recently.

Update: Harlow teen found after going missing at weekend

ESSEX police are appealing for information to find Lisa Seabridge, 16, who is missing from Harlow.

Pull up to the Google Garage at Harlow College

HARLOW businesses are encouraged to sign up for a free digital masterclass with Google.

Harlow Civic Society: Annual General Meeting

DETAILS of the Harlow Civic Society and their annual general meeting.

Funding available for community projects in Harlow

INDIVIDUALS, voluntary organisations and community groups with a vision to host a community arts or heritage activity in Essex this year could gain much needed funding from Essex County Council’s ‘Culture in Essex – Small Grants Scheme’.

Woman found dead in house near The Stow

A WOMAN has been found dead in a house near The Stow in Harlow.

Nwes smashes record in 2016 securing more finance for new and growing businesses

ENTERPRISE agency Nwes has revealed that it helped more entrepreneurs to access finance last year than ever before.

Chance to nominate Harlow carers

THE prestigious Who Will Care? Awards will make a much anticipated return in 2017 and nominations are now open.

Consultation set to take place on waste plans in Harlow

A six week public consultation on the proposed changes to Essex’s Replacement Waste Local Plan has begun.

Harlow murder investigation continues

AN INVESTIGATION into a murder of a Harlow man back in March continues.

Harlow is 70: Why I Came Here: It all started in Chippingfield

WE thought we would start at the beginning. Before we interview people regarding why they or their family came to the town, we went down to Chippingfield in Old Harlow to speak to Harlow historian David Devine.

Harlow Council’s Mental Health chair teams up with ADAS for “Dry January”

HARLOW Councillor Ian Beckett and ADAS chief executive Gareth Clement are teaming up again to raise money for the charity by giving up the booze in January.

Is your dog the cutest in Harlow?

IS your pooch positively perfect? Is your dog dazzling? Is your cuddly companion the cutest? Is your furry friend the fairest of them all? Then why not enter them into St Clare Hospice’s Cutest Canine Competition.

Owners of Park Inn set to quit Harlow

THE owners of the Park Inn in Harlow have issued a statement indicating that they will be giving up the lease of the Park Inn in Harlow. What this means for staff, customers and the building is unsure. The building has had a number of “identities” over the years from the Saxon Inn, the Moat […]

Harlow Chocolate Run opens its doors for Christmas

THE HARLOW Chocolate Run is set to help those in need over the Christmas period.

Illegal immigrants arrested in Harlow

A NUMBER of men have been arrested after being spotted getting out of a lorry in Harlow.

Harlow teenager who has been missing since December 11th now found

ESSEX Police are appealing for help to find Logan Austin who is missing in the Harlow area.

Students perform for children at Princess Alexandra Hospital

PERFORMING arts students from Hertford Regional College produced their very own puppet show with children on Dolphin Ward at Princess Alexandra Hospital on Friday 9 December.

Kind donations made for Harlow refuge

A HARLOW refuge supporting women, men and children affected by domestic violence thanked council staff and members of a Chigwell church for their Christmas gift donations.

Kiddi Caru support Snowflake Appeal

THE children and staff at Kiddi Caru’s Harlow day nursery supported the Snowflake Appeal run by Home-Start UK – the charity dedicated to supporting families with young children – by holding its Winter Wonderland Grotto recently.

Passmores students bring festive cheer to Leah Manning

PASSMORES students took a trip to the Leah Manning Centre to spread some festive cheer.

Paul’s Christmas lights light up for St Clares

Paul Blake, a resident of Woodcroft in Staple Tye, has covered his house, garden and garages in hundreds of fairy lights, inflatable Christmas characters and giant robotic festive decorations.

Poorly children from Dolphin Ward enjoy Christmas gifts thanks to Harvey Centre

CHILDREN from the Dolphin Ward at Princess Alexandra Hospital were bale to enjoy a Dine with Santa event recently

Kiddi Caru celebrate twelfth birthday

THERE was a delicious celebration cake greeting children and staff at the Kiddi Caru day nursery in Harlow recently, when they marked the nursery’s 12th anniversary with a unique Christmas cake and birthday cake rolled into one.


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