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People can develop a love of books and reading as National Libraries Day comes to Borehamwood.
Exotic flowers will be on display at Borehamwood & District Garden Craft Society’s AGM.
Police were called to a council meeting in Hertsmere following disruptions from a member of the public.
Elstree & Borehamwood Greenbelt Society has vowed to do all it can to block the plans to build a rail freight terminal it says would "cause mayhem".
Organisers of a new weekly running event are looking for volunteers.
A delegation of Hertsmere councillors joined business owners and entrepreneurs they heard about the life of a broadcasting expert.
A charity set up in memory of a four-year-old who died of cancer has helped save up to 30,000 lives since it was launched 20 years ago.
A rail company which has seen a string of delays to its services has been slated by users for providing some of the worst trains in the country.
A Rabbi has told of how a synagogue opened ten years after the liberation of Auschwitz has experienced “so much growth and vitality” in its 60 year history.
A serious shortage of care workers in Hertsmere means there is a growing waiting list of seniors looking for help in their own homes.
An environmental campaign group is throwing its support behind proposals to seize the vehicles of people caught fly-tipping in the Hertfordshire countryside.
“Let the battle commence" was the cry from The Honourable Mr Justice Holgate as the Government’s decision to approve plans for a huge rail freight terminal on a Green Belt site were challenged in the High Court today.
An astrophysicist who always joked about how she could not prescribe aspirin despite being a doctor saved a man’s life two days after a first aid course.
A woman footballer has been cleared of attacking another player in a second half bust up during a cup match.
There are severe delays on the M25 after a car was crushed underneath the back of a lorry.
North London and Hertfordshire woke up to a thin carpet of snow this morning.
A former drug runner for the Albanian mafia has told of the way “it could happen to anyone” after launching a hotline to help people battling addictions.
An appeal launched against a decision by Hertsmere Borough Council for a garage extension has been dismissed.