A MAN from Harlow has been arrested over a “Revenge Porn” allegation. He has been released on bail until September 12.
FIVE more drivers have been convicted following our summer #DriveSafeDriveSober anti-drink and drug driving campaign.
Young Debaters Speak at Westminster FOUR Year 10 students from Passmores Academy were lucky enough to be selected to take part in a prestigious Youth Debate at Westminster, organised by the National Association of Teachers of RE (NATRE) and the Religious Education Council (REC). The event was designed to highlight the importance of religious education […]
ESSEX Police have arrested three 17-year-old boys for driving offences following a pursuit in Harlow today, Sunday, August 19.
AND Then There Were Women (Artists)’ is the story of women in Western art history: from Artemesia Gentilleschi in the 17th Century to Jenny Holzer in the 21st, as told by art historian Lin Hilton, all in just under an hour with time for questions and debate. This talk has been programmed in conjunction with […]
ON THURSDAY, Robert Halfon, MP for Harlow, wrote to Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, urging him to bring an end to the annual rail fare increase.
ON Friday (17th August) Cllr’s Chris Vince and Waida Forman as well as secretary of Harlow TUC David Forman, who provided all the gardening equipment, took part in a clean up of the Leah Manning Centre in the town park.
A MAN has been arrested after police executed a warrant at a cottage up on Foster Street on Harlow Common in Harlow.
THE SON of a famous circus impresario is locked in a bitter battle with a Harlow care home over the treatment of his mother.
ESSEX Police has charged a boy with grievous bodily harm and possession of a knife following an incident in Harlow.
A NUMBER of fallen trees have caused an obstruction on Howard Way in Harlow.
VETERANS from the Harlow Branch of the Royal British Legion and children of Far East Prisoners of WaR were joined by the chair and vice chair of Harlow Council at a VJ Day Service of Remembrance.
Archaeologists celebrating prolonged spell of hot and dry weather as has helped create perfect conditions to reveal hidden archaeological sites.
ARCHAEOLOGISTS in Essex have been celebrating as the prolonged spell of hot and dry weather over the summer has helped to create the perfect conditions to reveal hidden archaeological sites.
THE spirit of community alive and well in Harlow says Councillor Mark Ingall, Leader of Harlow Council
A BOWEL cancer sufferer seems to have won the day after Sainsbury’ pledge to cancel his £90.00 parking ticket. On July 27th, Barry Thompson parked at the Sainsbury Supermarket. By his own admission, Barry over stayed the permitted three hour limit by 13 minutes. Barry wrote to the car park owner, Euro Car Parks and […]
STUDENTS and staff at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School are today celebrating another great year, with students once again achieving excellent results, with many going on to universities, often the first in their family.
POSITIVE exam results released today are a sign of things to come at a brand-new school due to open in September, according to the head.
Red Hot Results for Harlow College A Level Students WHILE Britain has been basking in record-busting temperatures, Harlow College Sixth Form students kept their cool to record another sizzling set of A Level results. This is the only the second year that most A Levels have been assessed solely on end-of-second-year exams rather than coursework […]
THERE was a public exhibition held in respect of this site and it was already clear that almost all the residents who made a comment were against the proposals.
ACCORDING to the organisation ‘We Own It’, 76% of the public want the railways to be in public ownership while only three in ten people trust the rail industry. Most of us believe the railways should be accountable to taxpayers rather than shareholders.
TEENAGERS from the age of 16 across Essex are able to get free condoms following the launch of an innovative new app.
UP until 24 August 2018 Harlow Council is asking for views on whether the town’s private hire vehicles (also known as mini-cabs) should be allowed to display roof signs.
ROBERT Halfon welcomes additional Government investment to end rough sleeping
PLANS for new homes near Bush Fair are set to go before the Harlow Council Planning Committee. Bushey Croft is on Tawneys Road, opposite William Martin school. The application by the Harlow Council Regeneration Team is for: Development of 16 No. Affordable Homes Comprising 6 No. Two Bedroom and 10 No. Three Bedroom Houses on […]