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A young mum who was hit by a car over two years ago has urged witnesses to come forward as the accident left her unable to pick up her child.

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A community food-growing project that has produced more than a ton of organic vegetables is celebrating its first anniversary.

The Camp public house in Camp Road closed yesterday (Thursday, May 14), two days earlier than expected

A campaign to list a city pub that suddenly closed last week as an asset of community value has gained close to 600 signatures.

St Peter's School pupils visit Jamie's Italian in St Albans

Kids had a smashing time – literally – at a St Albans restaurant last week.

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Christopher Bishop: 26, of Napsbury Lane, St Albans, was banned from driving for 15 months and fined £110 plus £105 costs after refusing to provide a breath specimen for analysis at Hatfield on February 27.

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A young mum who was hit by a car over two years ago has urged witnesses to come forward as the accident left her unable to pick up her child.

FoodSmiles team

A community food-growing project that has produced more than a ton of organic vegetables is celebrating its first anniversary.

Court report

Christopher Bishop: 26, of Napsbury Lane, St Albans, was banned from driving for 15 months and fined £110 plus £105 costs after refusing to provide a breath specimen for analysis at Hatfield on February 27.

The Lipstick Melodies

Musicians have paid tribute to a “loyal friend with a heart of gold and a rock star swagger” - who died aged 33.

Roundwood Park school

A secondary school and a football club are joining forces to make a fresh bid to build a full size 3G floodlit pitch which will be available to the community as well.

Sport

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Wheathampstead picked up their first win of the season, a 124 runs win over Knebworth Park in Saracens Herts Division Three.

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Every Brilliant Thing

A bold new play about depression and the lengths people will go for those they love is being performed at the Trestle Arts Base in St Albans next Thursday, May 28.

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