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Chelmsford Weekly News
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The A120 has reopened after a collision.
A YELLOW weather warning for fog will be in place across Essex tonight and into tomorrow morning.
Essex County Council is aiming to bring the county into Tier 1 restrictions "as quickly as possible".
Essex could potentially move into a new tier of coronavirus restrictions before Christmas.
ESSEX has been placed into tier 2 of the new coronavirus restrictions.
A new Government tool has revealed which tier Essex will be placed into from December 2.
Most of England is expected to face tough coronavirus restrictions when the new tier arrangements are set out, with bans on households mixing indoors and curbs on pubs and restaurants.
Essex - and areas across the rest of the country - await the news on what tier they will be in.
The Health Secretary is to set out which tier Essex will fall under after the end of the national lockdown.
The Health Secretary is to set out which tier Southend, Essex and Thurrock will fall under after the end of the national lockdown.
ROAD bosses insist resurfacing work on the A12 will finish on time and there will be no need for further closures once the lockdown ends.
THE extent to which eco-friendly electric scooters can be safely used on public land is set to be trialled on roads across north Essex.
Consumer expert Martin Lewis has issued a warning to shoppers ahead of Black Friday.
The Essex Chamber of Commerce has said the Government needs to move away from the idea that everything in the South East is “rosy” when it comes to investment.
Two police officers have been sacked for being part of WhatsApp group where 'disciminatory and derogatory images' were shared.
The number of recorded coronavirus cases in Essex has increased by 202
COUNTY hall has insisted it will continue to push for Essex to be put into tier one of the coronavirus restrictions.
A SHOPPING outlet has confirmed it will reopen as soon as the lockdown ends next week.
A robber armed with a screwdriver who stole £5,000 from a building society has been jailed for eight years.
TODAY we're taking another look back at beer festivals from yesteryear - and hopefully our recent flashback left you thirsty for more.