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There were confusing responses to the news that 348 homes have been given approval for Green Belt land at Oaklands College.
Light up a Life is an opportunity for friends and family to come together and reflect on the memories of loved ones who are no longer with us.
A review of the district’s residential parking is being considered following concerns over the number of permits issued compared to available spaces.
It’s easy to laugh off suggestions of gang violence in leafy Harpenden, but the grim reality is much more worrying.
The USA falls beneath the might of Hydra - led by a turncoat Captain America...
The fall of Deadpool. Tissues may be required.
(Universal Music On Demand)
This Christmas, take a magical carpet ride to the Far East with the Alban Arena’s fun-packed family pantomime, Aladdin!
War! Huh! What is it good for? Absolutely everything when it comes to these Marvel epics...
The magician’s current creative team take a curtain call as they wrap up their run...
A far-reaching vision which will set out the future development of Harpenden over the next 20 years has been unveiled this week.
A record 900 people braved mud and obstacles as they slid, jumped and waded through The Hospice of St Francis’ filthiest fundraiser of the year – its legendary Mud Pack Challenge.
Walk anywhere in St Albans, and your footsteps echo back through centuries of history, with untold secrets hidden below the veneer of contemporary life.
A city centre nightclub has been granted permission to stay open until 3am on 15 Sundays a year.
Imagine being told that you were eligible for something which could dramatically transform your life for the better, and then have that option snatched away from you at the last minute.
‘Our chance to have a baby has been taken away.’
You can’t have Halloween without Jack O’Lanterns, and what better place to pick up a pumpkin than St Albans’ own Willows Activity Farm?
The scenes of wanton vandalism at Westfield Road Cemetery go beyond youthful hijinks - they were the deliberate desecration of the last resting places of nine local residents.
Do you know an elderly neighbour who would benefit from a fun and free afternoon out?
Thousands flocked to George Street last week for music, cocktails and boutique shopping at the city’s first Gin and Jazz Festival.
Welwyn Garden City
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