Sixth Form students at St Columba’s College organised the school’s annual Lenten Food Bank Appeal before the coronavirus lockdown.
The car park at Sandridge’s Heartwood Forest has been closed to stop people flouting the social distancing guidelines amid the coronavirus crisis.
Special measures are in place to ensure recycling, waste collection and street cleaning services operate as normal throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
The customer, a man in his 70s, was engaged in friendly banter with another pensioner standing right next to him.
Armed police mobilised following reports of a firearm on the balcony of flats in St Albans.
The coronavirus pandemic is having a serious impact on local hospices as they strive to keep vital services running to support patients with life-limiting illness and their families.
A decision to scrap the congestion charge to support NHS and emergency workers in London during the coronavirus crisis has been welcomed by St Albans MP Daisy Cooper.
Council staff are providing invaluable frontline support during the ongoing coronavirus crisis, which means they are not automatically able to work from home.
The spring sunshine drew hundreds of people to Sandridge’s Heartwood Forest today.
Libraries across Herts have temporarily closed to enable a proper assessment of the best strategy during the coronavirus crisis.
High streets are turning into ghost towns as non-essential retailers close their doors in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The chief executive of London Luton Airport has finally released a statement about the coronavirus crisis, and the good news is that jobs are currently safe.
As pubs continue to struggle during the ongoing coronavirus crisis, one generous customer has done his bit to help his boozer stay afloat.
St Albans Chamber of Commerce has cancelled all of its events between now and the end of August and closed its office to visitors because of the coronavirus outbreak.
St Albans Credit Union has a new home.
St Albans charity Earthworks has launched a reward-based, six week crowdfund initiative to finance the urgent build of accessible, water-conserving toilets in their eco-gardens.
St Albans pubs were hit with a 90 per cent drop in revenues within 24 hours of Boris Johnson advising people not to go to pubs.
Events across the district are being cancelled as the threat of a coronavirus outbreak begins to take effect.
The future of St Albans’ pubs is hanging on a thread after the government urged people to stop visiting them.
Are you trying to help vulnerable members of the local community during the coronavirus crisis?
A free family fun day at a Fleetville church has been cancelled in light of the coronavirus scare.
A St Albans single mum of two has launched a campaign to highlight a loophole in the Child Maintenance Service which she says is leaving many single parents in poverty.
Spring is finally here, and with the change in seasons comes a new selection of specials at The Ivy.
City centre businesses could receive donations of hand sanitizer to ensure local shopping continues in the event of a coronavirus outbreak.
As the UK prepares for the next phase of the coronavirus outbreak, Herts county council has stepped up its response in the wake of positive cases being identified.
Live music, walkabout entertainment and performances will be at the heart of Harpenden’s first street festival, which takes place later this month.
The sixth person to die in the UK from coronavirus was being treated by West Herts Hospitals NHS Trust.
You can have your say on the shortlisted designs for a controversial development site in the centre of St Albans.
Rennie Grove Hospice Care is inviting local people to take part in its new campaign that’s all about sharing good food with good people.
A staggering 250 guests from businesses across the area pitted their wits against each other at Rennie Grove’s seventh annual Question of Sport charity dinner