A woman whose allotment shed was recently torched by arsonists is at her wits’ end after years of vandalism to the grounds.
Home ownership could be closer than many renters think, according to new research.
Under-35s are three times as likely to prioritise saving for a house over saving for retirement, according to recent research results.
As St Albans’ own lifestyle management guru, Tracy Ross makes a living out of helping other people organise their homes.
A local estate agent is holding an open house event, offering potential buyers the chance to view multiple prospective properties in one day.
Hemel Hempstead is a large town 24 miles north-west of London.
The final phase of stylish three bedroom townhouses within Sweet Briar Mews launched at the weekend.
It’s Gas Safety Week, and landlords across the country are being reminded of their responsibilities to their tenants.
Scraping the leftovers from your plate into the kitchen bin is a habit being targeted as part of a Community Food Waste Challenge.
Football ‘wonder kid’ Theo Walcott made front page of the Herts Advertiser ten years ago, when he passed his driving test at the first attempt.
Court results published by the Herts Advertiser are taken from St Albans and Hatfield Magistrates Court and are published without prejudice.
St Albans claimed their first win of the new season with a comfortable 38-11 victory over Finchley.
Introducing children to classical music next Friday, September 30, are mums Louise Knight and Fiona Sharp who are putting on a concert for babies and toddlers.
Nearly 18 months after an historic wall in the city centre was shored up with scaffolding to prevent it collapsing, it has been rebuilt.
Following the success of last year’s first independently-run St Albans Heritage Open Days, the event is back for 2016 with even more attractions on offer.
Over a century since major repairs were carried out on the roof of St Albans’ biggest almshouses, the risk of rot and damp have forced its trustees to take action.
A large limestone sculpture slated by one critic as looking “like a turtle’s bottom” is to be shifted to make way for a housing development in the city centre.
Hundreds of civic-minded locals have heeded the call to write their names into St Albans’ history, and help raise the final £1.1 million needed for the city’s new museum and art gallery.
Save a trip to your local GP with the free prescription service at Avicenna Pharmacy
Uncertainty over the long-term stability of a playground near St Albans’ sinkhole has resulted in the site being temporarily closed for further investigations.
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