Borehamwood Times /news/
Updated: 5 min 33 sec ago
Sheer stubbornness and being strong-minded are the key to living a long and healthy life, according to one centenarian.
Nearly three quarters of people do not want relatives in care homes over Christmas and the New Year.
Households are being encouraged to give a gift to the environment and recycle their Christmas trees.
December saw an array of festive fun throughout the town, from Christmas concerts to carol performances to charity fundraisers.
People can find out more about tuberculosis at awareness sessions.
A revised application for the demolition of a coach house has been received by Hertsmere Borough Council.
November saw a mix of choral performances and heartache as a nursery struggled to find new premises.
A new 'gateway' sign for Borehamwood has been temporarily removed after complaints drivers cannot see round it.
Shoppers received some festive cheer as a band performed in a busy supermarket.
October was a busy and varied month. Neighbours were plagued by a bad smell coming from the Reviva composting site in Elstree, and David Cameron’s deputy chief of staff Oliver Dowden was selected as the Conservative candidate for the Hertsmere seat.
A busy road has been closed after a car overturned.
A man has been charged following a hit and run on Christmas Day.
A politician joined her party’s supporters to celebrate Hanukkah.
After months of campaigning and overwhelming popular opposition, plans to shut down a popular recycling centre were thrown out.
Almost 700 people celebrated outside a supermarket to light a menorah.
Two teenagers were “happy and laughing” at school just hours before they took their own lives, an inquest heard in August.