In the centenary year of the outbreak the First World War, ITV Anglia wants schoolchildren to share stories from where they live.
The judges of the First World War Centenary school report project have announced which reports will appear on ITV News Anglia
An MP says he's concerned about the safety of the region's schoolchildren after figures showed a large cut in the number of lollipop ladies.
Top motorcycle racer Maria Costello will be aiming to inspire teenage girls in Northampton to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths when she visits them today.
The former world record holder, who was born in the town, is due to speak at the University of Northampton's Girls Going Global event as part of International Women's Day.
Parents are due to stage a protest this afternoon against plans to relocate their children's school.
Essex County Council says there are too few children in the catchment area of Farnham Primary's current site at Bishop's Stortford while nearby Stansted is experiencing an increase in demand for places.
It hopes to move the school to St John's Road in the nearby village.
Parents opposed to the proposal plan to hold a demonstration at the end of the school day.
The schools adjudicator has overturned a decision to close a school in Essex.
The county council had agreed to close the Deanes School, in Thundersley, near Southend, over concerns about falling pupil numbers - despite protests from parents, pupils and teachers.
The school's governing body appealed against the decision and today schools adjudicator David Lennard Jones upheld that appeal.
Bedford Borough Council has issued nearly £15,000 in fines to parents who have taken their children on unauthorised holidays this school year.
ITV News asked all local authorities to provide figures for how much money had been raised as a result of the sanctions.
Bedford confirmed it had issued a total of 98 fines worth £14,820. Five families also face potential court action for non-payment.
Many parents are choosing to take the fines rather than pay to take their children on holiday during peak periods.
Today, MPs will debate the steep price rises charged by holiday companies during school breaks. A number of other local authorities have yet to respond to the request for information.