A campaign has been launched to raise awareness of symptoms of lung and heart disease, as well as lung cancer.
Twice this year I have found myself listening to birds that do not sound at all like birds.
As the pleasant British summer evenings come rolling in, so too does the appetite for a visit to a pub for a meal and a drink. Here are some of the best pubs to visit in St Albans.
Patients could be forced to pay for IVF treatment and hearing aids as part of an NHS group’s bid to save money,
Each week I read the Harpenden edition of the Herts Advertiser and see many stories that focus on the developments and changes that are happening across the town.
On Wednesday, June 28 evening, I attended an open meeting about the proposed Symondshyde development.
I live on the River Lea in Harpenden. Since the start of the fishing season (June 16) I have seen many dead but once obviously very healthy, fish floating down stream.
Wild animals were brought to a school to give young people an insight into a career as a zookeeper.
There is so much going on over the lovely summer months.
A pre-school has been able to buy life-saving first aid equipment after fundraising more than £2,000 thanks to overwhelming support from the community.
A group of female engineers in St Albans met one of their industry’s leaders at a day designed to encourage more women into the profession.
Children at a primary school got a surprise visit from farmyard animals.
Prize-winning poets from all over Britain will visit St Albans to perform in a literary competition.
A legal firm has appointed a new partner and promoted a range of staff as a result of its continued growth.
St Albans really packs a punch this summer, with a huge number of events taking place not only in the city but also in the surrounding district.
Doctors educated St Albans schoolchildren on the dangers of tooth decay amid growing concerns about the rising numbers of children with rotting teeth.
Warnings about the risks of vaping could have the unintended effect of reducing the number of people quitting smoking, an MP has argued.
The sight of legions of our schoolchildren dressed in yellow and blue - the official colours of St Albans - was fantastic to see.
Nursery school children received a very special delivery when a card dropped through the postbox - from none other than Her Majesty The Queen.
The start of the school holidays is about to be heralded by a huge reduction in morning traffic, free seats on London-bound trains and the sound of kids having fun in our parks and at our tourist attractions.
Luton city centre is preparing for its biggest ever outdoor festival, with spellbinding performances from local, national and international artists.
Whipsnade’s sportiest elephant calf celebrated her first birthday with new footballs and a kick about.
It’s ‘kumbaya’ from St Albans Brownies as they see in their 100th year with toasted marshmallows around the campfire.
There will be many pearls of wisdom to be shared at the next meeting of St Albans Gardeners Forum, with a talk from Ben Potterton.
Looking for a wild night out? A one night only sunset safari at Whipsnade Zoo is what you’ve been on the hunt for.
Charities will be pitching to local philanthropists at a crowdfunding event in Harpenden on Thursday.
St Albans’ Skyswood School promises a “jam-packed afternoon”, celebrating the coming of Summer with a cartoon fair.
St Albans City FC community manager was made guest of honour at the League final after a series of tremendous charitable feats.
An independent St Albans based publisher has celebrated their first book launch of the newest edition of the HMS Venomous biography, with a St Albans veteran in attendance.
Hop onboard an antique steam engine at the Gibraltar Steam Up next weekend for some old-fashioned fun in aid of Motor Neurone Disease.
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