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People will step back in time as they celebrate Victory in Europe Day in Borehamwood.
"It's naughty!": Actress Leah Bell explains saucy plot of Dirty Dusting ahead of Wyllyotts Theatre show
Inspiration for Leah Bell’s portrayal of ageing cleaner-turned-sex-chat-worker Gladys in the raucous comedy Dirty Dusting came from an unlikely source – her mother.
Thousands of people are expected to attend a village fete which hopes to raise thousands of pounds for charities.
People can find out more about what is happening at the 59th annual civic festival this weekend.
Barbed wire blocking a footpath in Borehamwood has been criticised as “inconvenient and inconsiderate”.
Councillors have praised the “fantastic” way the community has pulled together to create a new youth club.
Affinity Water are advising residents to not use any electrical appliances that require a water supply such as washing machines and dishwashers and to conserve water from storage tanks.
There is just one week to go until people in Hertsmere elect their new MP and new councillors.
A homeless man who has set up camp on a bench near a high street says he is “overwhelmed” by the generosity of strangers.
The burglary occurred between 9am and 1.45pm on Thursday, April 23, when the offenders smashed the rear patio doors and gained entry to the house on Newberries Avenue.
A council contractor which has been failing to meet its street light repair targets has been ordered to improve or face sanctions.
Hours of gruelling training paid off for the thousands of people who pounded the streets to take part in this year’s London Marathon.
Nursery staff will be counting all their chickens as the children eagerly keep an eye on their incubation project.
A 20-year-old man who scammed a Radlett couple out of more than £70,000, has been given a three year custodial sentence.
The leader of Hertsmere Borough Council was left disgusted when the rotting food in his recycling bin was tipped over his driveway.
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Bibs, baby grows and shoes can be donated today as synagogues open their doors for charity.