A cancer charity at the heart of a massive fundraising campaign which raised tens of thousands of pounds to help a St Albans boy has been ordered to cease trading.
Persistent parking on pavements, with associated high levels of health and safety hazards, has come under fire from a distressed resident and a councillor.
A chartered accountant hopes to capitalise on his previous experience of vying to enter Parliament, after being re-selected as the Green Party candidate for St Albans.
St Albans locals have handed in 10 weapons to the police during a county-wide firearms amnesty – far below Stevenage’s haul of 66.
A name change for a local charity which is hoping to raise its profile was celebrated by supporters last week.
Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere has won applause from fellow Harpenden residents after hobbling on stage to switch the town’s Christmas lights on, despite suffering an ankle injury.
A new free school is on the right track after its first inspection in March found a number of areas that needed improvement.
Detectives investigating an attempted robbery that happened in Harpenden on Saturday (22) are appealing for witnesses and information.
James Comley is hoping his England C appearance against Turkey in October will not be his last.
Harpenden Town have had a mixed week in cup competitions.
Jimmy Hill’s run of goals continued on Tuesday as his brace helped London Colney reach the semi-final of the Herts Charity Shield at the expense of Sawbridgeworth.
St Albans City chairman Nick Archer has expressed his disappointment that the club is failing to attract bigger crowds at Clarence Park, but a price-drop is not on the horizon.
Ian Gayle has only played three games but Ben Martin has seen enough to know he wants his new centre-back partner to stick around.
Composer Adam Protz, who has written music for films, animated shorts, DVDs and documentaries, is releasing his four track EP entitled Movements this month.
Original music from jazz to folk and blues will be performed by singer-songwriter Juliet Lawson at the Abbey Theatre Studio in St Albans next Thursday, December 4.
Edinburgh Fringe show Hyde and Seek, which received a four star review from The Stage, is being staged at the Maltings Arts Theatre in St Albans next Saturday, December 6.
You know it’s nearly Christmas when the panto season begins - and Jack and the Beanstalk opens at the the Alban Arena next Friday, December 5.
Harpenden Choral Society presented a riveting concert of works by Bridge, Holst, Barber and Haydn in the High St Methodist Church on Saturday entitled On The Eve Of War.