OFSTED has told the Potter Street Children’s Centre to improve. The government watchdog came to the centre in Carters Mead, Harlow last month and gave the centre a “Requires Improvement” grading.
ESSEX FBU members are set to take eight days of consecutive strike action between 7am on March 10 to 7am on March 17 as part of the ongoing local dispute.
ESSEX Police admitted they have lost track of ten sex offenders.A spokesman said: “Essex Police has a dedicated team of officers whose role is to manage people who are registered sex offenders living in the community after being released from prison.
HOLY CROSS Academy also got into the spirit of things on World Book Day.
The students all dressed up as a series of characters from Where’s Wally to The Grinch!
THE East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust received a call just after 3pm on the 8th March to Harlow Railway Station.
A414 Essex – A414 Edinburgh Way in Harlow partially blocked in both directions between the Howard Way junction and Burnt Mill Roundabout, because of an accident.
LIVE at the Playhouse was a very bawdy evening with some seventies seaside style comedy that had the audience laughing from start to finish.
TWENTY years ago when the Circus of Horrors made its debut at the Glastonbury festival nobody believed it would last 20 weeks let alone 20 years.
Burnt Mill top “First Preference” table but why do so few parents want their children to go to Mark Hall?
OVER 300 parents put Burnt Mill Academy as their first choice of school in the bid for year seven places in September 2015.
POLICE are appealing for help in identifying a man they want to speak to in connection with the theft of pizzas from The Co-Operative Food store in High Street, Harlow.
POLICE in Harlow are appealing for witnesses to an assault on a teenage boy outside Passmores Academy on Monday February 23.
STUDENTS have been doing their bit to help keep fellow residents safe by signing them up to the new Essex Community Messaging (ECM) system.
ESSEX County Council has awarded grants for projects delivered by the voluntary sector under the Independence, Choice, and Control Fund (ICCF).
HARLOW Theatre Company are presenting The Diary of Anne Frank at Victoria Hall Theatre from Wed 11th to Sat 14th March at 7.30 pm
LIVE at the Playhouse returns to Harlow Playhouse on Friday 6th March following a sold-out November show with another brilliant line-up of top TV comedians.
POLICE have charged a man following a fire at premises in Spruce Hill in the early hours of Monday, September 15.
THE petrol station in Church Langley is closed after damage was sustained to the front of their shop.
FOR me this shows why bringing down tuition fees is so important, so that we remove thatg barrier and give young people the encouragement to go and follow the path their talents take them down. That’s good for them, it is also good for Harlow and ultimately its good for our country as a whole.”
Harlow Council and Essex County Council have today been granted an interim town-wide injunction from the High Court.
A HARLOW man has appeared in court accused of stealing heating fuel worth £1,650 from St Clare Hospice.
Jake Seaton, of Barn Mead, pleaded not guilty at Chelmsford Crown Court and was remanded on conditional bail until July 15 for trial.
STEWARDS Academy played host to two spectacular concerts featuring City of London Sinfonia, one of the country’s leading professional orchestras, on 12 February 2015. The concerts were part of the ‘First Time Live – Youth’ project led by Orchestras Live, in partnership with Arts Council England, Royal Opera House Bridge, Essex Music Education Hub and Essex County Council.
Anton Antonovich, a mayor in small-town Russia, is in the midst of a crisis. A government official is on his way to inspect his district and, in Anton’s own words, “this is a disaster!” The streets haven’t been swept for months, there are chickens in the courthouse and Anton himself has been somewhat liberal with the mayoral accounts.
ROBERT Halfon, MP for Harlow, has launched a new campaign in Parliament, aimed at helping families who have been hit by unfair cremation fees.
A MAN has been charged with two counts of robbery, three counts of attempted robbery and one count of possession of a section 5 firearm.