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It happened today – on this day in history – February 29

1504: Christopher Columbus uses a lunar eclipse to frighten hostile Jamaican Indians. 1692: First people accused of witchcraft in Salem,

Chelmsford school netball coach joins Super League cub

Following a successful round of trials and two months playing netball in Australia in 2019, Ellie Gibbons, a member of

Seventeen arrests after pre-dawn raids across Essex and East London

Following warrants targeting vehicle theft on Thursday,February 27, 17 men – aged between 19 and 48 – have now been

£6million lock gate plan for River Chelmer

Chelmsford City Council could invest around £6million to replace flood defence gates in Chelmsford and allow boats to travel up

E-fit released after elderly man is assaulted in Stanford-le-Hope

Police have released an e-fit image of a person they would like to speak to in connection with an assault

MPs support ‘Irish option’ to prevent unauthorised encampments

Three Essex MPs are supporting calls for stronger legislation against unauthorised encampments in the country. There is a wide consensus

Former Hawkwell sports pavilion to be transformed into new community space

Rochford District Council has leased a former sports pavilion to East Essex Hackspace, to provide an exciting new community workshop

It happened today – on this day in history – February 28

1728: Handel’s opera “Siroe, re di Persia” premieres in London. 1749: Henry Fieldings’ novel “Tom Jones” published. 1784: John Wesley

Wickford store supports Brain Tumour Charity with Bandana Bake

As part of Brain Tumour Awareness Month, Watson Wigs will be holding a Big Bandana Bake outside the shop in

Hundreds of Police take part in raids over vehicle thefts

Hundreds of officers from three forces have arrested 12 people, seized around a dozen suspected stolen vehicles and £90,000 in