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Updated: 24 min 52 sec ago
A rickshaw challenge will return to television screens and Borehamwood for this year’s Children in Need event.
Police will be launching two campaigns to target burglars this autumn and help residents to make their homes more secure.
A religious council are inviting members of the public to attend a talk about social issues affecting the area.
An eager crowd gathered for the grand opening of a new department store this morning.
Fewer households will require the council's permission to carry out works to trees following a re-evaluation of a tree perseveration order.
A learning group has been able to buy two new laptops thanks to money from a councillor.
Cup cakes and pumpkins were decorated as a theatre company put on a Halloween party for children.
A fireworks display will celebrate one hundred years of filmmaking.
Actress Jane Asher joined pupils and staff at the National Autistic Society's (NAS) Radlett Lodge School to celebrate their 40th anniversary on Friday.
The competition to find a good deed for the Times and Independent Series team to carry out is coming to a close.
There will be music and a chance to share stories at a care home event to improve the understanding of dementia.
An athletics club says support is all it needs to keep a summer fun run going.
Hertfordshire Constabulary is taking part in a national drive to rid the streets of firearms.
A community group will join 35,000 people to support numerous good causes on Mitzvah day.
Teams raised £900 as they battled it out on the football pitch in aid of the Hertsmere Mayor's charities Kidney Research UK and Hertsmere Mencap.
A vintage tea party company has combined with a charity for its launch party next week.
Health and wellbeing organisations and charities can now apply for a cash boost from Hertsmere Borough Council’s public health fund.
A family of five generations totalling more than 80 members gathered to celebrate a great great grandfather’s birthday.
Presents and poker will make up a day-long event to raise money for research into Multiple Sclerosis.
A Rotary is launching a Young Citizen of the Year scheme for young persons and is seeking nominations for the ‘heroes’ of 2014.