As one of only five Magna Carta Charter Towns, St Albans will be joining the nation in celebrating the landmark document’s 800th anniversary, with a series of free events to be held in June.
Dimmock is her name, and gardening is her game - celebrity gardener Charlie Dimmock returned to her roots by sharing tips with fellow green thumbs at a St Albans nursery recently.
Convention goes that the groom asks for his maiden’s hand in marriage but one St Albans man took matters into his own hands when he asked her parents’ permission to take her name as well.
They’re holding out for heroes at our local children’s hospice, with entry now open for the third annual Superhero 5K.
Parents, pupils and the leaders of a St Albans secondary school where 10 jobs are to be axed despite successfully taking it out of special measures have launched a strongly-worded defence of the institution.
With just hours to go until the 2015 Virgin London Marathon, local competitors are gearing up for the capital’s biggest sporting event.
A young man with a strong social conscience is on a mission to change the way the world donates.
A young boy with a spinal condition may have to travel more than an hour to school every day after missing out on a local primary school place.
Firefighters were called to a blaze at a Harpenden Cricket Club yesterday afternoon (Tuesday).
St Albans City’s top priority over the summer is to fight off the advances of other clubs for its players, according to joint manager James Gray.
Celebrate the continuing success and incredible second year of St Albans’ The Live Music Project with a free gig at Trestle Arts Base on Saturday.
With just two weeks to go until they cast their votes, we asked our election team whether key policy pledges from the main parties were vote winners or losers.