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The winners of an annual community event were unveiled at a glittering ceremony last week, with awards going to testicular cancer campaigners, a long-serving city milkman and a disabled community event.

Nick Reeves, former St Columba's College pupil

A St Albans school which welcomes young people aged from two to 19 with severe, profound or multiple learning disabilities is nearly £700 better off thanks to 24-hour cycle challenge fundraiser.

Firefighters from St Albans Fire Station check the source of smoke at Bill's Restaurant in St Albans

St Albans Fire Station sent two fire engines to a restaurant in the city centre this morning (Tuesday) following reports of smoke from a cupboard.

Head girl and boy Bethany Hyne and Rob Hunter are gunged for KISS Uganda charity fundraising

Senior teachers at a St Albans secondary school puckered up for its first-ever KISS week - but it was more to fight off the effect of being gunged than for any more amorous reason.

May Ward died at the age of 100.

A Harpenden man has been ordered to pay £250,000 in fines and costs after a 100-year-old woman died from injuries after falling from a hoist at a care home.

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A St Albans school which welcomes young people aged from two to 19 with severe, profound or multiple learning disabilities is nearly £700 better off thanks to 24-hour cycle challenge fundraiser.

May Ward died at the age of 100.

A Harpenden man has been ordered to pay £250,000 in fines and costs after a 100-year-old woman died from injuries after falling from a hoist at a care home.

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Housing the homeless continues to be a challenge for the district council with latest statistics showing demand for temporary accommodation has risen from a year ago.

Emily, 7, mum Sarah and Luke Duncan, 4 help plant trees in Heartwood forest with Harpenden free school and the Woodland trust

Green-fingered pupils got their hands dirty when they helped plant trees at a forest on the outskirts of the city.

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Our election team, made up of a diverse selection of Herts Ad readers, have been asked for their thoughts on the key issues in this election, and what they think could sway voters to support different candidates, and we will be publishing their comments over the coming weeks.

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Friday, March 27, 2015
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Acclaimed soprano, April Frederick, will be joining the Adoramus choir and orchestra for their Easter concert this Saturday, March 28.

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