Borehamwood Times /news/
Updated: 43 min 41 sec ago
An elderly woman has been targeted by thieves who distracted her before stealing money from her handbag.
Thousands of ‘frustrated’ passengers were left stranded during rush hour as a lack of drivers forced a train company to cancel trains.
A fraudster who illegally claimed more than £12,000 in housing benefit has been sentenced.
Train services are being cancelled or delayed due to severe flooding.
People across Hertfordshire are being encouraged to seek help quickly for minor ailments before they become more serious.
Firefighters are saying a blaze was suspected arson.
Prisoners nearing the end of their sentences will be spending the last few weeks of their sentences closer to home.
A meeting is being called next week to discuss a development that will change the face of Borehamwood forever.
A housing association has announced two pop-events to encourage residents to cultivate unused land.
A man has accused the council of speaking “gobbledegoo” after it failed to grit a “lethal” section of pavement.
An already soggy Hertfordshire is braced for more heavy rain and wind as the Met Office warns of further stormy weather.
A teacher who brings the gift of music to thousands of young children has been recognised for her efforts.
Children were oblivious to the cold as they bounced balls, swung rackets and ran around in the sun.
Detectives are seeking a man on suspicion of burglary.
Members of the public will be able to meet their local officers and councillors to discuss the issues concerning them.
A mayor is seeking a child to help him raise a flag for freedom and democracy.
A food bank will be able to increase the support it gives to the poorest in society thanks to a “deeply generous” donation from a synagogue.
A Borehamwood company that has manufactured high quality chocolate and biscuit tins for 25 years has become a big hit in the Far East.
Traffic at a gridlocked roundabout should be returning to normal next week.
The Environment Agency has issued a flood alert for the Upper River Colne and Radlett Brook in Radlett and Borehamwood.