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Councillors were invited to the EastEnders set as part of the show’s 30th anniversary.
A survey of victims of crime in Hertfordshire is to remain open permanently as the county's police and crime commissioner takes control of the £1.26 million victims' services budget.
A beauty queen is preparing to sleep rough for charity as she battles it out to win the Miss London crown.
Hertfordshire County Council has admitted its proposed cuts to bus services will leave older people "at risk of being isolated from their communities" in one of its own policy papers.
Neighbours say what used to be a “happy and vibrant” area has been plunged into darkness after a man was stabbed in the stomach.
Successful candidates elected to the Hertfordshire UK Youth Parliament were announced this week.
Cavemen ran wild as people with learning disabilities came together to shoot a film about knife crime and anti-social behaviour.
A range of musical performances will be held during an event to raise money for Rotary causes.
Gasholders that have towered over the community for more than 50 years will be dismantled to make way for housing.
Five faulty flat-screen televisions were stolen during a burglary in Borehamwood.
Students grilled a parliamentary candidate as they learnt more about what it is like to brush shoulders with top politicians.
Nearly 95 per cent of children in Borehamwood were given their first choice secondary school place, figures show.
A man was stabbed in his stomach during an assault in Borehamwood.
The Radlett Festival has been cancelled.
An appeal to allow a former school building to be converted into homes in Radlett has been dismissed.
Parents and staff at two Radlett schools are urging the council to reduce the speed limit of a main road to help prevent accidents.
Here's your guide to some of the best things to do in the week ahead.
A schoolgirl is busy preparing to make a big splash in the USA.
The Police and Crime Commissioner’s office is looking to hire a part time chief executive – who will earn up to £60,000 a year.
Pay rises may be few and far between but new research has shown that people in this region spend an average of £2,400 a year on coffee, breakfast and lunch, impulse buys and after-work drinks with colleagues.