Our county's police and crime commissioner has spoken of his support for a "vigorous" stop and search policy in the county, as latest figures indicate knife crime is on the rise in Hertfordshire.
The number of recorded criminal offences involving knives in our area has risen, according to the latest figures released.
New projects and ideas that would make our communities safer are being encouraged by the county's police and crime commissioner.
Almost 25,000 applications have been submitted by EU citizens and their families to continue living in our area under a government scheme, new figures have revealed.
Adults experiencing mental health crises will have better access to emergency health assessments and treatment closer to home, thanks to a £3 million funding boost from NHS England.
The Met Office is warning people to expect delays to travel across Hertfordshire and beyond as Storm Dennis is set to hit Britain this weekend.
Following the devastation brought by Storm Ciara over the weekend, a countywide consumer watchdog has issued a warning over a spate of cold callers offering "expensive" and "unnecessary" roof repairs.
The average council tax bill in Hertfordshire will rise £10 this year, in order to pay for Herts police force numbers reaching their highest level since 2010.
With the UK preparing to leave the European Union this evening, we've made a poll to see what readers think of our departure.
Museums across Hertfordshire will offer free, creative workshops to young people as part of the county council's year of culture.
Parents and carers of young people with special educational needs and disabilities are invited to learn more about Hertfordshire-wide SEND resources at an event next week.
A scam that targets Amazon Prime customers has been affecting Hertfordshire residents - with the police now issuing a warning to consumers.
A crash on the M25 is causing delays to traffic heading in both directions this evening.
Almost 22 people were killed or seriously injured each week on Herts, Beds and Cambs roads last year, according to new figures relased to mark the start of a campaign highlighting the dangers of speeding.
Plans to increase council tax in Hertfordshire have been published by the county council this week.
New plans which could put an extra £12 million into the pockets of Hertfordshire's carers have been unveiled by the county council.
A series of short films that encourage residents to adopt healthier lifestyles in 2020 have been released by Herts County Council.
Today is the last day to have your say on proposed increases council tax in Hertfordshire, which would go towards funding new police officers on our streets.
The Essex and Herts Air Ambulance Trust have hit a special landmark following 21 years of service, after it was revealed that 2019 was their busiest year yet.
After statistics show the number of people on the dementia register increasing since 2014, a senior figure from a specialist charity has strongly criticised the current care situation.
A volunteer who provided "outstanding support" to services in Hertfordshire for 20 years has been named on The Queen's New Year Honours list.
The number of casualties caused by collisions on Hertfordshire's roads has hit its lowest level in a decade, according to figures released by the government.
Hertfordshire's schools are set to benefit from the county council's decision to donate more than 600 pieces of art.
Hertfordshire residents will be able to access a new all-hours service from an air ambulance charity serving the county, starting this week.
Fundraisers at the Essex & Herts Air Ambulance Trust are celebrating after a successful week of collecting donations for the life-saving charity that treats 25,000 every year.
A Herts-based charity has completed refurbishments to its addiction treatment centre, thanks to a Tesco grant of almost £4,000.
NSPCC research has suggested that the mental health of more than 62,000 children in our area who have been abused could be threatened by changes to NHS services.
Tesco has released a statement today confirming that 4,500 jobs are to be cut through operational changes, following conversations with colleagues.
As the latest Herts police recruits prepare to patrol our streets, the force's numbers have topped 2,000 for the first time in many years.
People across Hertfordshire are being urged to hand over unlicensed firearms and ammunition as part of a two-week surrender campaign.