MORE than 150 people were arrested on suspicion of drug driving in Essex in June taking the total for the first six months of the year to nearly 1,000.
MORE than 50 businesses in Harlow town centre have helped raises awareness about a domestic violence disclosure scheme.
CHILDREN donned science lab coats to indulge in the topic for a week.
HARLOW Rock School and 1st Great Parndon Scouts scooped the top prizes at the Harlow Carnival.
BAILIFFS have seized ownership of a Harlow Town Centre shop at the centre of proposed legal action over failure to deliver goods.
STEWARDS Academy pupils were yet again the stars of the show at the annual PTI Subject Enrichment Residential at Downing College, University of Cambridge. Five year 10 pupils made up the panel for around 200 teachers of Art, English, Geography and Music. The pupils – Mia Christie, Grace Pudney, Matylda Szczerba, Seven Hassan and Kai Jordan – all gave a two minute presentation on their specific subject area.
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FROM the moment the floats left Latton Park, the home of Harlow Rugby Club, there was a carnival atmosphere, helped by hundreds of local residents who came out to wave at the participants.
DAVID White, aged 18, of Terminus Street, Harlow, pled guilty at Basildon magistrates court to the following.
OVERNIGHT closures are required on the A414 between Harlow Mill Roundabout and First Avenue Roundabout to support the safety of the public and operatives carrying out necessary works in the carriageway.
Nightly closure information:
ROBERT Halfon, MP for Harlow, has today continued in his campaign to end the suffering of animals, particularly horses and ponies tethered by the roadside in and around Harlow.
HARLOW Jiu Jitsu brought home ten medals from the 13th International Course and Championships in Southend on Saturday 22nd June.
A dedicated nurse who has worked tirelessly to make improvements in care particularly for people living with dementia is a finalist for the title of Nurse of the Year in the annual Nursing Times Awards
CLOSE TO two hundred cannabis plants were found after police raided a property in Milwards.
Local road disruption tomorrow There is going to be some disruption to roads tomorrow (Sunday 30 June) as the carnival is coming back to town. Harlow Council is sorry for the disruption, but this is essential for ensuring that those taking part in the parade and those watching are safe. Roads on the carnival route […]
THE SUN shone as business and community groups pitched their stalls in the town centre as part of the Harlow Showcase on Thursday afternoon.
SEVENTY-three new police officers are ready to police the streets of Essex after the biggest intake of officers in Essex Police’s modern history officially swore their oaths to protect and serve Essex.
CAREER progression, mentoring and training support are just some of the features that make Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) a great place to develop your healthcare career – and the trust has won a gold award to prove it.
A BOY has been charged with theft and possession of a knife following reports of an incident in Harlow.
VANGUARD Readings is a London-based reading series which has been running monthly since 2011 and has so far included more than 70 events. #VanguardOnTour started in 2016 and has so far made stops at Grasmere, Birmingham, Hay-on-Wye, Margate, Norwich, Leeds, Ludlow, Manchester, Salisbury, Brighton, Sheffield, Huddersfield, Workington, Bristol
ROWING across the Atlantic or learning to spell a word correctly – they are all important goals to strive for.
A HARLOW man has been banned after being caught under the influence of drugs.
AN EMPLOYEE of a Harlow store pleaded guilty to stealing hundreds of pounds worth of goods.
A HARLOW woman has pleaded guilty to assaulting seven police officers at at hotel in Harlow.