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A school is looking for former pupils to help delve into its past as it celebrates six decades of education.
Police have launched a scheme to help protect Hertsmere’s historical sites, monuments and artefacts from crime.
One man and his dog ran circles around a farm to show children the “wonderful” capabilities of the loveable Border collie.
Worshippers marched through Borehamwood as part of the annual Good Friday Walk of Witness.
People who want to make friends with others are invited to a special activity session.
A muscle man who plans to complete ten sport challenges for charity raised over £800 at a quiz night.
An intrepid diver quite literally plunged to new lows when he broke the world record for deepest sea dive.
A grandmother who has an aggressive form of ovarian cancer held a tea party to raise awareness about her condition.
A community centre will be spruced up with money allocated by councillors.
Scouts, beavers and cubs will march through the village to mark the annual St Georges Day parade tomorrow.
Comedian Paul Chowdhry talks to Amie Mulderrig ahead of his gig at The Ark in Borehamwood
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Tonnes of free compost will be given away to celebrate Compost Awareness Week.
More than 94 per cent of children in Hertfordshire have been allocated a place at one of their preferred schools this year, despite a large increase in the number of applications.
The ambulance service will stop using private ambulance services by the end of this year, according to their new chief executive.
Borehamwood Times readers who took part in an online poll are overwhelmingly against plans to cut parking restrictions to just two hours.
Tools worth almost £1,000 were stolen from a shop in Borehamwood.
The winner of Miss Hertfordshire 2014 is urging young girls to “never give up” as she is crowned queen of the county in what is her third time competing in the pageant.
Motorists in Radlett are being warned of delays as roadworks take place on a main road today.
Disgruntled shoppers have given an overwhelming thumbs-down to changes to parking restrictions which will “kill off trade for good”.