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Police officers and PCSOs have officially moved into their new police station at Hertsmere Borough Council’s Civic Offices.
Hertsmere is flying the flag high for the borough's six parks after they all picked up awards.
Hertfordshire Constabulary has been recognised for making good progress in meeting its financial targets.
A group of young women want your views on the development of a centre of creativity.
Despite the rain washing out Families Day, this year’s Borehamwood civic festival has been hailed as a big success. One month on, The Borehamwood Times looks at the highlights of the fortnight of fun.
‘Amazing turnout’ as a men’s club celebrates a significant anniversary with a party.
Your guide to some of the best things to do in the week ahead.
Children are being invited to join a new fun club to help develop their personal skills.
Letters are being sent out to voters ahead of the nationwide change in the way people register to vote.
Cadets looked back on a year of accomplishments at their annual parade yesterday.
A Slimming World Consultant has proved she’s a real gem after winning an award for her work in helping to tackle obesity.
Unfit ladies living in Hertsmere are being offered the chance to receive a free gym membership.
An appeal to allow the construction of six new properties in Elstree has been dismissed.
Children will get to learn new digital skills as an award-winning web design comany hosts nation-wide festival.
A teenage boy has been arrested following an incident in a sports shop yesterday morning.
Bus users have expressed their concern at plans to cut bus services in Hertfordshire.
Plans for an eight-bedroom property in Radlett have been submitted to the council.
Schools in the county will receive an extra £11.2 million of government funding.
A synagogue was packed to capacity for a musical service to celebrate its Rabbi’s tenth anniversary.
School children have been presented with awards for acts of citizenship.