Borehamwood Times /news/
Updated: 27 min 10 sec ago
Threats to the environment and new housing developments will be discussed at the next Elstree & Borehamwood Green Belt Society meeting.
Firefighters are offering people free smoke detectors as part of a campaign to reduce the number of fire related deaths.
Children were encouraged to teach their parents about the dangers of erratic parking during a special assembly at school.
PCSOs and town councillors will hold drop in sessions for people to discuss issues affecting the town.
A delegation of Hertsmere councillors met a planning minister to discuss concerns about housing requirements in the borough.
Clare’s Law - also known as the Domestic Abuse Disclosure Scheme will be introduced in Hertfordshire on Tuesday.
Hertsmere Borough Council is proposing to change how often councillors are elected.
Crime levels have reduced in Radlett in the last year, although vehicle crime are on the rise.
It was back to school for mothers as pupils showed their parents what life in the classroom is really like.
British summer time has officially begun - and with parts of the capital warmer than Spain and Ibiza, it is certainly beginning to feel like summer.
Traffic speeding along residential short cuts causes misery for the occupants of many streets across north London.
Children will play football in style after a donation for new kit.
A woman plunged into icy Antarctic waters in a bid to raise money for a dogs charity.
A television psychic failed to predict a court appearance when she lied about having no criminal record on a housing form.
Former Peace Hospice Care Chairman of Trustees Stuart Nagler has received a prestigious award for his continued contribution to the community over the past 40 years.
A mother of two from Radlett who had never sailed 18 months ago is gearing up to tackle the Pacific and Atlantic oceans for Children in Need.
Police are warning people of a new car scam in Hertsmere, after a car was stolen.
Motorists in Aldenham are being warned of delays today and tomorrow (Saturday) as work takes place.
The fire service says it will no longer respond to automated fire alarm calls from businesses during the week, after concerns over the number of false alarms.