Borehamwood Times /news/
Updated: 27 min 38 sec ago
A mother is prepared to give back the keys to her flat after mould began to grow on her children’s teddy bears.
A schoolboy is getting used to the cold - after he raised more than £3,000 by shaving his head for charity.
Children donned their Christmas hats and munched on their turkey dinners as a school celebrate the festive season.
Santa Claus will be taking last minute present requests this afternoon.
A residents group has been set up to oppose plans for a new sports centre.
Council staff remind residents how to keep in touch over Christmas.
Waste and recycling collections in Hertsmere will change slightly during the holiday period.
A baker was lost for words after being praised for her huge efforts for charity.
Pupils packed up food to help those struggling to feed their families this winter.
Children will get an early visit from Santa in a community grotto.
Stories about assaults, Debenhams and planning applications were among the most read on the Borehamwood Times website during 2014.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the sinking of HMS Aldenham in the Second World War, St John the Baptist Church in Aldenham, hosted a memorial service.
Soaring house prices have left two roads in Radlett in the top 50 most expensive streets in the UK.
Council tax will be frozen for the sixth year running despite cuts to funding.
Sales assistants saluted their heroes to raise money for Help for Heroes.
Find out more information about a potential new primary school at an information evening.
Learning a musical instrument can take years to perfect, but a young drummer has surpassed all expectations - becoming the one of the youngest musicians to pass a top exam.
A train company has apologised after a spate of late and cancelled trains.
Schoolchildren's carol services brought festive cheer to hospital patients and the elderly.
Questionnaires are being sent out to identify land for potential future housing developments.