Borehamwood Times /news/
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People affected by Monday’s tragedy are being given support and advice.
An appeal has been launched against Hertsmere Borough Council’s decision reject an application to install gates and railings in Radlett.
Hundreds are mourning the loss of an “inspirational and extraordinary” head teacher who suddenly passed away.
Colourful flowers and huge vegetables will be on display as part of a garden society’s show - despite the cold weather having a “huge effect” on plants.
Heartfelt messages paying tribute to the teenage couple who died after being hit by a train have been left on a Facebook page.
Squatters who occupied an empty café in a country park last week have said they are “peaceful” and want to “open up” the area to the public. However Hale ward councillors and the café's owners have branded the squatters "mindless individuals" who are delaying the café's opening, and insist they should be moved out.
Campaigners and politicians fighting against plans to build a large rail freight terminal in Park Street have expressed disappointed that a judicial review into the case has been rejected.
A giant green dinosaur was the star of the show this week when he visited a pupils to teach them about the benefits of walking to school.
The "much loved" headteacher of Yavneh College has passed away after a short illness.
Poignant tributes have been left outside the school of two teenagers who were struck by a train last night.
An optician has his eyes on success after he was nominated for a national award.
A 15-year-old girl who was struck by a train last night has been named as Charleigh Disbrey.
For most people, rowing the distance from Dover to Calais does not sound like the most exciting of ways to spend a Saturday.
A stunning display of children’s art work will be on show as part of Elstree & Borehamwood Town Council’s civic festival.
A pair of teenagers from Hertswood Academy have tragically died.
The death of two teenagers at Elstree & Borehawmood Station is not being treated as suspicious.
A teenage boy and girl have died after being struck by a train last night.
Work to build new step-free access at Elstree & Borehamwood station has been delayed again after cables were found buried underneath the platforms.
A Radlett carriageway was blocked after two cars crashed this afternoon.
Volunteers are getting ready to launch an “exciting” project which will help revive some of the most deprived areas in the borough.