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A six-year-old is hoping to find a sponsor to help send her to Disneyland.
Hertfordshire cyclists are being encouraged to get on their bikes this week to be in with a chance to win prizes.
Images from a Radlett petrol station have been released to help trace a man in connection with a phone scam.
A manager at Elstree Studios showed he is on top of the trends after letting a special guest give him an icy shower.
A Hertfordshire archive group will focus on the First World War in their latest event.
The NHS Direct service is back up and running across Hertsmere.
People who want to make a difference to their community are invited to become councillors.
Those interested in receiving funding should complete an application form and return it to Aldenham Parish Council by September 30.
A Borehamwood competition winner is putting on a concert to raise money for a Jewish cancer care charity.
Fitness fans are being invited to get their running shoes on to help celebrate a charity’s 50th anniversary.
The free micro chipping event, organised by the Dogs Trust, will be held on Wednesday, September 17 between 11am and 3pm.
A tea dance will be held to celebrate Older People's Day.
Your guide to some of the best things to do in the area this week.
An evening of comedy and magic will be held next month to raise money for a health chairty.
Young people are needed to join the Radlett Youth Council.
The Elstree and Borehamwood Rotary Club are to host a charity golf day in order to raise money for two children’s charities.
Hertfordshire Constabulary has introduced two new measures as part of their stop and search scheme.
Claire Hughes, 64, was found underneath the wardrobe which had not been properly fixed to the wall at the Chase Care Centre in Printers Avenue, Watford.
Work to make a station more accessible is still yet to be completed.
An empty house could be replaced by four new flats if a planning application is accepted.