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Chelmsford Weekly News
Chelmsford Weekly News News
Updated: 1 hour 17 min ago
TWO people have been charged in connection with a burglary in which jewellery and electrical items were stolen.
A PET shop says it will not sell rabbits to customers over the Easter break.
We're all looking forward to a meal out, but which restaurants will be reopening their doors?
HERE are the death notices published in the Gazette this week:
MOST of us know someone with the surname Jones or Smith, they are two of the most common surnames in the country.
These are the five Essex fish and chip shops on the market now for those looking to start a new business venture.
PICTURES released by the RSPCA show the "appalling" conditions faced at a rescue shelter after a man was banned from keeping animals for three years.
WITH the rule of six returning on Monday, here are some of the best outdoor spaces around north and mid Essex to enjoy with friends and family.
An appeal has been launched after a lorry driver was threatened with a knife during a robbery in a layby off the A12 near Colchester.
Essex forecasters aren't ruling out the possibility of snow this Easter bank holiday weekend as temperatures drop.
A Chelmsford home has been left uninhabitable after an unattended tea light set fire to a blind at the property.
A PROLIFIC crook who punched a shop worker during one robbery and targeted the same Tesco store four times has been jailed.
Is there post today? Royal Mail deliveries for Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday.
The Easter long weekend has arrived and lots of us may be taking advantage of lockdown rules relaxing and enjoying a day out.
ANIMALS were kept in “appalling” conditions by a rescue shelter which had claimed it was able to care for them.
A FORMER coffee shop which closed due to the pandemic now appears to be being turned into a cocktail bar, while a new café also looks likely to open.
Gardens, parks and countryside locations run by the National Trust will be open this weekend.
Essex County Council has revealed how many Covid cases were reported in Essex in the week to March 25.
A group of teenage girls reported a man exposing himself to them near a nature reserve in Witham, with police linking several similar incidents.
People across Essex have been urged to "not mess this up now" as the Easter weekend begins.