A journey through all of a Wheathampsted’s brewers pubs at the end of August, starting in Hatfield, will aim to fund research into a rare genetic disease.
The A414 near Colney Heath and Hatfield is set for lane closures as road and traffic lights work gets under way.
Hertfordshire libraries have announced the next phase of reopening plans which will see 13 of the county’s libraries allow customers to browse bookshelves for 15 minutes.
After more than 2,000 NHS staff across Hertfordshire were tested to see if they have had COVID-19 – one in five tested positive for having had the virus.
Hundreds of local government jobs could be axed if a new unitary authority was created in Hertfordshire, a report suggests.
Turning Hertfordshire into a single unitary authority could be a stepping stone to further devolution of powers from central government, Hertfordshire County Council’s leader has said.
Across Hertfordshire, political leaders are joining a social media blackout with the hashtag #NoSafeSpaceForJewHate – and will hold a 48-hour boycott.
A police officer, formerly of Hatfield, has pleaded not guilty to one count of sexual acitvity with a child.
A report looking into the advantages and disadvantages of Hertfordshire County Council becoming a unitary body was prepared in February – five months before boroughs and districts were told last week about the plans.
The latest round of re-openings will include gyms, pools, beauticians and tattoo parlours, the culture secretary has announced this afternoon.
Bail has been granted to a Herts police officer accused of engaging in sexual activity with a child.
Hertfordshire Constabulary has warned the public after police were spat-on during Super Saturday – when pubs, restuarants and hairdressers reopened.
A closure order has been granted for the ninth time in 16 months in St Albans.
Welwyn Garden City’s cinema will open its doors at Campus West on July 4 – in line with government guidance.
Cancer Research UK has reopened its stores in Stevenage, St Albans, WGC, Hitchin and Harpenden.
Stevenage, Welwyn Garden City and Watford Central libraries will have collection services available from Monday, July 6 – allowing users to collect a pre-selected book pack to read at home.
A former Hatfield police officer has been charged with one count of sexual activity with a child.
A Shenley councillor will be investigated by Hertsmere Borough Council over an outburst at a 2019 General Election hustings in Radlett.
A delivery service for essential food which was started by a Hertfordshire couple during lockdown has been turned into a great success.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for Hertfordshire after thunderstorms were forecast for today and tomorrow.
After the government u-turned on extending free school meals into the summer, it has been revealed that nearly 5,000 children in south Herts could benefit from the scheme.
A charity providing support to young people with autism and ADHD in Hertfordshire has seen its donations fall by 95 per cent.
The MP for Welwyn Hatfield announced yesterday that face coverings, not masks, are to become mandatory on public transport.
Most car parking charges and enforcement will resume in Radlett and Potters Bar in June after a period of suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic.
After the death of a black man at the hands of police inspired protests in the US, Herts police have said they are appalled by George Floyd’s tragic loss of life and the violence on the streets.
A petition launched by a concerned father of three to prevent schools from reopening has received more than 2,000 responses.
A man was pulled from his car and assaulted by two men in Hatfield, police have said.
Concerns have been raised about COVID-19 patients, who are not expected to recover, being discharged early and being put back into care homes.
Hertfordshire residents could soon be allowed to use recycling centres to dispose of household waste.
Coronavirus figures from the ONS reveal that over 100 people have died in Hertfordshire care homes over a two week period.