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A Welwyn Garden City-based runner is looking to set the fastest known time of the Hertfordshire Way for charity this week.
A major line upgrade means trains from Peterborough and Cambridge will not run into King’s Cross, Moorgate or St Pancras this weekend.
New data from the Office for National Statistics reveal the number of deaths related to coronavirus and locations in St Albans.
Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd has given £50,000 in emergency funding to charities supporting residents during the coronavirus crisis.
The planning inspector for the Welwyn Hatfield Local Plan has said he is unable to give a decision on the soundness of the Symondshyde or Birchall Garden Suburb.
Charities have addressed concerns over the safety and care of animals in Hertfordshire during the coronavirus crisis.
Hertfordshire County Council is working on plans to offer “some learning opportunities” to pupils once schools close on Friday due to coronavirus concerns.
A number of residents in St Albans and Potters Bar have been contacted by bogus callers posing as police officers asking them for their bank details.
B&M Care, a company which owns several care homes in Hertfordshire, has made the decision to enter a ‘cocoon phase’ following coronavirus concerns.
Due to a signalling fault at Mill Hill Broadway train services running from St Albans City towards St Pancras are subject to late notice platform alterations, and possible delays of up to 10 minutes.
A Wheathampstead-based charity has awarded £1.93 million for research and development to improve the welfare of fish, crustaceans and cephalopods at slaughter.
A St Albans man has been recognised for his exceptional service to the UK’s heritage sector following 40 years of volunteer work at St Albans Cathedral.
A man has sadly died after being in a car crash involving several vehicles near St Albans this morning.
A road closure is in place from M1 Junction 8 for Hemel Hempstead to the Park Street roundabout on the A414 following a serious collision.
A paedophile from Shenley has been sentenced to two years in prison after trying to meet a 13-year-old boy in Hatfield.
LGBT+ History Month has been celebrated by Officers from Herts police by meeting with the local community and raising money for a local HIV support provider.
The Save Symondshyde campaign is rejoicing after the latest proposed amendments to Welwyn Hatfield Local Plan includes removing the Symondshyde development.
Damage to the overhead electric wires between Harpenden and Bedford are causing disruption to journeys between London St Pancras International and Bedford.
Construction work to convert parts of the A1(M) into a smart motorway in Hertfordshire has been put on hold until a government review is complete.
A man has been seriously injured following a crash in St Albans city centre this morning, police have confirmed.
St Albans’ Holywell Hill is closed due to crash from London Road to Albert Street.
A cross-border police operation lead to 70 arrests, as teams from Hertsmere, St Albans and others set up to patrol motorways across the county.
There is currently more than five miles of congestion on the M25 following a collision near Junction 24.
Following a theft in Hatfield police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a man who is wanted.
Roadside verges could become wildflowers hubs after Hertfordshire County Council agreed to test a new approach to grass cutting along the county’s roads.
Hundreds of knives, including a throwing axe and bayonettes, were surrendered in Hertfordshire during the latest knife amnesty.