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An appeal has been launched after permission to demolish a house and replace it with five others was refused.
Ambulance staff are “experiencing some delays” as they attempt to hand over emergency patients to doctors at Watford General Hospital.
A campaign to create a new Jewish primary school in Borehamwood has been launched.
Armed with their wheelbarrows and spades, these little gardeners officially opened a new pebble pit at their school.
Commuters face a miserable journey to and from London today after being told a burst water main would cause delays on the train tracks all day.
Firefighters brought a ray of sunshine to an otherwise grim and wet afternoon when they visited disabled children.
A schoolgirl's drawing of ‘what it means to help others’ was displayed in a field hospital in Sierra Leone.
The Elstree Corridor could become a “flagship housing zone” meaning it will be easier and quicker to build new homes.
Your guide to some of the best things to do in the week ahead.
Cyclists who have outgrown their bikes can swap it for a better model while helping young people at a special event.
A chauffeur was robbed of the Mercedes he was driving in by a gang of men who threatened to put him in the boot.
NHS England has pledged to support people living in Elstree if its only pharmacy has its grant money slashed.
A major road will be closed as roadworks are carried out.
Borehamwood householders have been sent an open letter about plans to freeze the policing part of their council tax bill.
The Jewish community will meet an MEP to discuss fears of a “copy cat” attack after terror attacks in Paris.
A charity has donated nearly £10,000 to help teenagers fighting cancer take part in beauty and art workshops.
Oliver and Olivia were the number one baby names in Hertfordshire last year, it has been revealed.
Hundreds are backing a campaign to save Elstree’s only pharmacy.
A restaurant could face £40,000 in fines after employing two people who did not have permission to work in England.
People learnt about the horrors of the First World War during an event at a museum.