Jimmy Gray, St Albans City’s joint-manager, sported a beaming smile after his side secured a 1-0 win over Wealdstone.
St Albans City recorded a much-needed Vanarama National League South win to inflict a first league defeat in eight league games on Wealdstone.
A student from Berkhamsted who graduated last week is wading into a new career in flood relief, after spending her final year working in her chosen field.
Staff at Berkhamsted-based Quanta Consultancy Services have raised £2,267 for Silverline, the national confidential and free helpline for older people.
Eyecare experts raised £290 for a Hemel-based children’s charity at a ‘spec-tacular’ 20th anniversary celebration in the town.
More than 150 cyclists took part in a team time trial on Sunday, October 25, starting and finishing at Tring’s The Cog Café.
Faulty goods, misleading claims and substandard services mean Christmas presents fly back onto the shelves in January, according to new figures from Citizens Advice.
Coffee Ethic, the social enterprise coffee business which offers vulnerable people a chance to learn new skills, meet new people and build confidence has gone mobile, and needs more volunteers.
Little did film-maker Lindsey Merrison know, when she travelled to Myanmar (Burma) for the first time in 1989, that 26 years later she would be running the country’s first dedicated film school.
If you want to brighten up a child’s Christmas this year, you have until next week to fill a shoebox with goodies for sending to developing and war torn countries.
It’s not all mud, tweed and early mornings - that’s the message on the cover of the new NFU magazine for young people, aimed to educate the next generation about what farming can offer as a career.
Fat carried round the middle of an otherwise average-sized body is more dangerous than being fat all over, an American study as shown.
Parents could be allowed to hold their children’s school start date by a year following a government study.
Odds have been slashed on a White Christmas as some forecasters predict Britain is set for its coldest winter in five years.
Ok, that was a lie, but Chris was in the studio to talk about the UK box office, new releases in the cinema, and his pick of films on TV for the coming week.
The Hunger Games
9.00pm – 11.45pm
3.00pm – 5.00pm
9.00pm – 11.00pm
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
3.30pm – 5.40pm
9.00pm – 11.45pm
Meet the Parents
10.45pm – 12.25am
Life of Pi
9.00pm – 11.25pm
11.25pm – 1.30am
6.45pm – 9.00pm
Three Hemel schools need volunteers from local businesses to work with students at their Employability Days.
Beret-wearing suspected fuel thief wanted in connection with London Colney and Stevenage petrol thefts
A beret-wearing suspected fuel thief is wanted by police in connection with nine incidents at a Sainsbury’s petrol station in London Colney in which around £1,000 worth of fuel was stolen.