The streets of St Albans were transported back in time to the 20th century this weekend.
St Albans council has referred an application for Harpenden’s new sports centre to the Secretary of State.
A group of travellers have set up camp behind a leisure centre in London Colney.
More than 1,300 child abuse image offences have been recorded by police in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire in the last two years, according to new figures obtained by the NSPCC.
Hertfordshire County Council could be set to tweak its street lights policy – but opposition councillors have insisted it has still not gone far enough.
Environmental groups are teaming up with St Albans district councillors to promote green modes of transport for World Car Free Day.
Heat loss in your home could be denting your pocket and the planet. Lisa Salmon taps up the Energy Saving Trust for their guide to insulating.
School tour season is upon us and Nick Doyle from Aitchisons, St Albans, has his eye on the reducing catchments around the most sought-after secondaries
Court results published by the Herts Advertiser are taken from St Albans, Stevenage and Hatfield Magistrates Court and are published without prejudice.
Campaigners from the Hitchin & Harpenden Parents Against School Cuts group have penned an open letter to constituency MP Bim Afolami after meeting him on Friday.
Tabard Rugby Club helped celebrate more than 10 seasons of the Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup by taking part in an event hosted by Northampton Saints.
A man was fined more than £600 for driving at 118mph on the M1 near St Albans.
How would you describe St Albans? “A buzzy little city”, maybe, or “staid and middle class”?
More than 100 local people took to the historic streets of St Albans and embraced the 10-mile Moonlight Walk for Rennie Grove Hospice Care on Saturday.
No school in St Albans responded to an offer of free anti-idling signs where their pupils congregate.
A special dinner event to raise money for a suicide awareness charity is being held at a St Albans restaurant.
Historic air raid shelters in Harpenden are being filled with cement following safety concerns.
Entering autumn doesn’t have to mean going full-on winter mode at home. Gabrielle Fagan shows how you can bridge the seasonal gap in style.
Aren’t all wines vegan or at least vegetarian? Can you recommend a vegetarian or vegan wine to go with a certain dish? Both questions we are frequently being asked at Flagship Wines, so what are the answers?
I was a ‘70s kid so swimming trips meant a bag of crisps afterwards, and chips if we had time. I am sure the GB Olympic training squads would roll their eyes at that; it was a very different time!
Ollie Pattison has enlisted the help of some of boxing’s biggest hitters as he looks to put a string of disappointments behind him.
Beekeepers in St Albans are warning people to watch out for Asian hornets, which pose a serious threat to honeybees.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has applied to refit its closed branch on St Peter’s Street in St Albans.
An award-winning playwright, a famous soprano and a Holocaust educator were awarded honorary doctorates from the University of Hertfordshire.
Percy Kiangebeni wants his dazzling solo goal to be the start of more consistent performances from the talented midfielder.
Ian Allinson was pleased to come out of a tough game with another three points but felt the 2-0 success over Concord Rangers could and perhaps should have been far more comfortable.
St Albans City made it three National League South wins in a row when they entertained Concord Rangers. Read how Herts Advertiser’s NEIL METCALFE rated the players at Clarence Park in the 2-0 win.
David Noble must enjoy the sight of Concord Rangers pulling up the drive at Clarence Park as his first goal from open play in over a year put St Albans City on their way to a 2-0 win.
Police officers visited a Radlett school to teach the pupils about law and order as part of a new trust-building scheme.
A Wheathampstead micro-pub has applied to extend its opening hours.