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British Legion members are calling for people to pay their respects to fallen soldiers at this year’s Remembrance Parade.
A horticultural society will discuss famous gardens at its upcoming AGM.
Radio DJ Scott Mills has become the fifth person to leave the dance floor in Strictly Come Dancing.
More than 200 children and parents donned fancy dress costumes for a family-friendly Halloween party.
A DriveSafe scheme will be simplified so that volunteers can spend more time encouraging speeding drivers in Hertfordshire to slow down.
Volunteers are need to help take part in a community clearance project.
Hertsmere’s economic development strategy has been given a seal of approval by the county’s leading body on economic growth.
Voters have two days left to tell the independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England what they think of proposals for new county division boundaries across Hertfordshire.
While many 11-year-old boys enjoy video games, one boy from Radlett has an entirely different hobby – bone collecting.
The great, the good, the generous and the green in Hertsmere will be honoured at an awards ceremony.
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.