A HARLOW man is set to stand trial over a number of charges including child neglect as well as assaulting a woman.
ON Monday night, a new Priest-in-Charge, Revd Darren McIndoe, was licensed by the Bishop of Barking, the Rt Revd Peter Hill and installed by the Archdeacon of Harlow, the Venerable Vanessa Herrick at St Stephen’s Church, Tye Green.
WITH the average cost of a detached house in the capital rising £172,472 in the past five years, buyers are frequently looking to other areas in search of better value for money reports propertyreporter.
THE Harvey Centre excited to welcome, popular seasonal pop-up shop, Calendar Club back to the centre in time for the busy Christmas period.
Synonymous with the arrival of the festive season, Calendar Club enters its 21st year in 2019.
TRIBUTES have poured in after the death was announced of the much-loved and respected Gary Knott.
PROPOSALS for a large telecommunications mast in Harlow have been submitted to the planning department.
SPEEDWATCH volunteers checking traffic speeds in North Weald Village, Hastingwod and Thornwood have seen a noticeable improvement in traffic speed on Upland Road, Thornwood, after an initial report highlighted a “major problem” along the road.
GREAT progress is being made on two public poppy displays which will be unveiled in Harlow this month ahead of Remembrance Sunday in November.
A PRE-bookable community bus service serving the Harlow area is proving to be a great success since it was launched by Epping Forest Community Transport.
ESSEX Police arrested four people on suspicion of conspiracy to commit burglary after we stopped a vehicle in Harlow on Saturday 12 October.
RAIL passengers in Essex are reminded to check before they travel this Christmas and New Year so they’re aware of earlier last train times on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, and timetable changes due to bank holidays and engineering works.
HARLOW Council’s green credentials has been called into question after their refusal to replace shower facilities for their tenants.
THE Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) will be among leaders of health innovation taking the stage at Chelsea Football Club as part of the international Giant Health Event 2019 next week (16 October).
BLACK History Month was celebrated with a feast of activities in Harlow Town Centre.
TWO respite centres described as a “matter of survival” for families with severely disabled children will remain open for at least the next three years.
PERFORMING a jaw dropping Mentalist show that will keep you talking for a week, this is a highly interactive show that entertains like non other!
ESSEX Police is at the scene of a serious collision in Crooked Mile, Waltham Abbey, after receiving a call at around 8am today, Saturday 12 October.
TWO men who vandalised and stole from a grave of a much-loved teenager have both been fiend heavily.
ANOTHER council-owned property has recently been refurbished and is now ready to receive its first families who require temporary accommodation.
THROUGHOUT the next seven days, Essex Police will be raising awareness of different hate crime offences, how to report them and organisations you can go to for support if you don’t want to talk to them straight away.
HERTS Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a teenager who has gone missing from Bishop’s Stortford.
A HARLOW teenager has been banned from keeping pets for two years and given a court order after he threw a cat over a fence by its tail reports the BBC.
WE could be leaving the EU at the end of the month, let’s face it, anything is possible on the Brexit merry-go-round. However, one thing is certain and that is that there has been a negative effect on the property market reports property reporter.co.uk https://www.propertyreporter.co.uk/property/where-in-the-uk-have-property-prices-been-battered-by-brexi.html Estate agent comparison site, GetAgent.co.uk, has looked at where UK […]
HARLOW’S business community has been steadily growing for some years now and the town is on the verge of the realisation of many of its ambitions including the relocation of Public Health England, the delivery of Harlow Science Park and new housing development. Each of these brings opportunities for the Harlow & District Chamber of Commerce.