Borehamwood Times Local News
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Updated: 3 min 53 sec ago
Young people are being challenged to write, film and edit their own short film to stop people smoking.
A senior care home is opening its doors to give prospective residents a taste of life there.
Nearly 8,000 people have been stalked or harassed in Hertfordshire in the last five years, figures show.
A man who pushed a father to his death from a speeding van has been jailed.
A group of teenage police cadets were given first aid training.
Women who want to run a marathon but do not know how to start can get fit at free sessions.
People are invited to test their knowledge at a quiz evening.
A tennis club is holding an open day to encourage disabled people to take up tennis.
The Borehamwood Times has asked each parliamentary candidate to list five reasons why they should become an MP at the General Election on May 7.
The 32-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene following the incident, at around 8pm.
Starting a career as an artist is a daunting task for many young graduates entering a highly competitive creative sector.
A father running his seventh marathon in memory of his mother crossed the finish line with his son at his side.
Charity shops that are struggling to find volunteers say juggling their workload is “hell”.
One paramedic, who asked not to be named, said: "I am a former army combat medic with tours of Afghanistan. I was less stressed and treated with more respect by my previous employer."
Hundreds of Hertfordshire youngsters are waking up today to discover they have missed out on winning a place at any of their favoured primary schools, figures have revealed.
A community event to help make homes healthier places to live will be held.
Speed humps which have been described as “insanely high” will be lowered after shoppers and councillors staged a protest.
A group of women were dancing all the way to a sports stadium when they were given the chance to perform in front rugby fans.
A woman attending choir practise had her Mercedes stolen from outside the church.
People can have their blood pressure checked at an event organised by Borehamwood Rotary Club.