The opening fixture of West Ham United’s UEFA Europa League campaign against Andorran side FC Lusitans on Thursday has sold out.
Smoke was seen rising above a field off Roding Lane South in Clayhall this afternoon.
Raging rapids and assault course to be tried at family fun day.
A charity and “upcycling” centre held a fundraising event this morning (June 30) to help fight a degenerative genetic disorder.
RMT and TSSA unions have joined Aslef in striking on July 8.
Former West Ham United defender Frazer Shaw is reportedly going on trial at Leyton Orient.
A man accused of killing a peacemaker with a single punch after he tried to stop a fight has spoken for the first time since being acquitted of manslaughter.
Art Trail Wanstead will take place from September 5 to 20 with everyone invited to take part.
Members of the public have once again described seeing blood spattered across the ground following the latest brawl in Loughton.
As part of Leytonstone Festival 2015, sustainablilty experts are opening the doors to their Grade II listed Georgian home and headquarters for a special tour.
Geraldine Roberts’s book, The Angel and the Cad, was published by Macmillan on June 18.
Support assistants and pupils raised cash at school for the Higham Hill Baby Bank.
The first conference between schools designed to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) took place yesterday (June 29).
Each of the 69 winners, who were selected for their work in the community between September and June, were nominated by their peers and leaders.
West Ham United legend Julian Dicks admits he did not expect to return to Upton Park but was thrilled with the reaction to his appointment to Slaven Bilic’s coaching staff.
There was success for two Woodford Green with Essex Ladies Athletes on the international scene at the weekend, with Joseph Dewar and Jack Lawrie impressing in Germany.
A prolific burglar targeted a Woodford Green street three times in less than three weeks.
A musician using recycled instruments will open an arts festival next week.
Whipps Cross Roundabout would become a t-junction under the scheme.
The hard work and commitment of Girl Guides from across West Essex has been honoured at an awards ceremony.
Police in Waltham Forest have released a CCTV image of a thief who stole 14 bottles of shampoo then left them outside.
Top of the league Wapping ladies A played out an entertaining goalless draw with local rivals Crostyx last Tuesday in the latest round of the Redbridge Summer League.
A school has showcased the best work from its young artists and creatives.
North Weald Airfield will host a day-long programme of events next month to commemorate the 75th anniversary of one of the most important battles of the Second World War.
The event will raise much-needed funds for for Ehlers-Danlos National Foundation.
The victims were mainly aged in their 80s and 90s, with one victim aged 94.
A mock terrorist firearms attack is being staged in London today to test the emergency services' ability to respond to a Tunisian-style mass shooting.
The next phase of a £20million plan to turn the area around Walthamstow Central station into a modern retail, travel and housing complex could be given the go-ahead next week.
Blaze at popular Indian restaurant.
Firefighters fought to free one woman and a man from separate cars.
A busy road is partially blocked following an accident involving four cars by a junction.
A collision between vehicles is currently causing severe delays on a dual-carriageway.
A shopkeeper has been fined for selling alcohol to a child during a sting operation.
People wishing to pay their respects to the victims of Friday’s tragic terror attacks in Tunisia, France and Kuwait can sign a book of condolence at Waltham Forest Town Hall from today.
A social worker whose life was saved by a routine visit to the opticians has said she can “see a future again” as she thanked the woman who saved her.
The latest break-in follows an illegal encampment on the land in January which saw two caravans and a van parked up on the site for more than two months.
Councillors said they were receiving regular complaints from residents about rat infestation in Redbridge.
A father has praised his wife's bravery after a gang of thugs forced their way into their shop and assaulted the couple in front of their three-year-old daughter.