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A mother claims her children are becoming ill after the family moved into a flat that is ‘infested with cockroaches’.
A decision to reject an application for two new houses has now been appealed against.
Schools are being asked to sign up and start their count-down to an NSPCC charity event.
Children aged 11 to 16 have the chance to take part in workshops with professional artists this summer.
Commuters have been warned that a station car park will be closed for eight days.
An appeal for permission to build four new houses in Borehamwood has been dismissed.
The future of housing developments in Borehamwood is under review as Elstree Way Corridor plans have now been submitted.
A man is wanted by police in connection with a serious assault.
Passengers will need to find an alternative method to pay their fare as a ticket office will be closed this week for improvements.
An Elstree organist has joined a year-long international challenge to celebrate a college’s 150th anniversary.
A woodland walk and homemade ice cream have helped to raise £1,800 for the NSPCC.
Lights will be switched out at the council to mark the anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War.
BBC Studios made a £3million loss this year after a series of studio relocations.
Work on a busy railway station are to be extended as First Capital Connect announce lifts are in the testing phase.
A not-for-profit theatre company are to host a five-day summer workshop for children and young people.
Police officers and PCSOs have officially moved into their new police station at Hertsmere Borough Council’s Civic Offices.
Hertsmere is flying the flag high for the borough's six parks after they all picked up awards.
Hertfordshire Constabulary has been recognised for making good progress in meeting its financial targets.
A group of young women want your views on the development of a centre of creativity.
Despite the rain washing out Families Day, this year’s Borehamwood civic festival has been hailed as a big success. One month on, The Borehamwood Times looks at the highlights of the fortnight of fun.