Commuters beware that one M1 lane is closed after a car crash this morning.
The Government may intervene in St Albans’ housing situation after it has failed to produce an up-to-date Strategic Local Plan (SLP).
Paramedics and firefighters rushed to help a woman in cardiac arrest this morning.
The missing cat who hitched a ride from Cornwall has been found safe and well in St Albans.
The brutal decapitation of a pet rabbit is the latest in a spate of animal mutilations across the district linked to the infamous M25 Animal Killer.
Distressed householders are up in arms about a new build which they say “obliterates” the openness of their garden.
A St Albans girl missing for two weeks has been found safe and well.
An arty St Albans grandmother has celebrated her 100th birthday by raising £300 for charity through a homemade craft stall.
The future of a long-standing outdoor activities centre is uncertain after Herts County Council (HCC) withdrew its support today.
Young and old across the district gathered this Remembrance Sunday to pay tribute to soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice.
A St Albans IT consultant turned art student has been chosen out of 4,000 competition entrants to be exhibited in London.
Tributes have been paid to a darts and music-loving grandmother who was the tragic victim of a hit and run.
Lucky punters are invited to a charity race night in aid of vital church maintenance.
The grave of a St Albans footballing legend has been memorialised with a headstone after nearly a century laying in unmarked land.
Vandals have sprayed graffiti over an iconic piece of St Albans history dating back to the 12th century.
A St Albans college is celebrating after being given the green light for state-of-the-art renovations and improvements to its facilities.
The search is on to find a hitchhiking cat who travelled 250 miles from home before becoming lost in St Albans.
Guide dogs in training have been welcomed into St Albans to meet the shopping centre teams who adopted them.
No trains are running on the Abbey Flyer while a fault is fixed.
Frustrated train users are crowdfunding to expand the Abbey Flyer from a shuttle service to a two train operation.
Army units yesterday closed a St Albans road to help with an incident overseen by the Ministry of Defence.
A kindhearted stonemason has repaired vandalised gravestones in Harpenden for free to show “there are still some good people in the world”.
The notorious animal killer terrorising Britain’s pets has been blamed for mutilating a Harpenden bunny.
Two missing people who were believed to have been in London Colney were tragically found dead at the weekend.
Revised taxi window tinting rules exempting certain executive cars, used by “celebrities”, have been branded as “unfair” by drivers.
Vote for St Albans’ own internationally famous rock band and help them reach the American Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2018.
Thought October weather was unexpectedly pleasant? Rothampstead Research has reported its findings for last month.
Bells will chime 50 times every day in the lead up to Remembrance Sunday to pray for Christians in dangerous places around the world.
Has anyone seen this missing St Albans girl?
Trekkers will be braving hot sands and scorching sun when they journey across the Sahara desert to raise money for a local family charity.
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