Herts Advertiser Local News for Harpenden
Thousands of visitors flocked to the annual Classics on the Common event in Harpenden last week and hopes are high for a record-breaking amount raised for charity.
A fundraising event in memory of a teenager who died in a tragic jet ski accident is being held in Harpenden this Saturday, August 1.
A Harpenden entrepreneur is at risk of his start-up fitness app, Gymster, being ruined by frauds on Twitter who are using his brand to promote dangerous health supplements.
Sonny Disspain: 18, of Cotlandswick, London Colney, was fined £37 plus £11.50 compensation and £140 costs for entering a train without a valid ticket, at St Albans on January 25.
Rarely-seen orchids have been recorded in the district on a rail embankment and a field threatened with development.
The search for a bike stolen from a garage has begun.
The aftermath of the floods last week have left several households worried about future damage to their properties.
Shoppers at a Harpenden supermarket have voted the Herts Air Ambulance as their charity of the year.
Departing headteacher John Burt had the satisfaction of seeing the official opening of the playground carried out before leaving the primary school he has turned around.
A Harpenden musician thinks he might be “on the cusp of something big” after discovering that Jay-Z had been listening to his music on his iPod.
A pensioner was trapped in a busy city centre car park lift for 40 minutes after no-one responded to the alarm button.
McBusted drummer Harry Judd has announced today (Wednesday) that he and his Harpenden wife Izzy are expecting, calling their future child a ‘little miracle’.
A Grade II listed pub in the Green Belt which stopped trading over four years ago is to be converted into a house.
The staid world of opera has been rocked by the controversy which greeted a graphic rape scene in Guillaume Tell - and no-one has been closer to the action than St Albans actor Simon Nicholas.
Concerns about an education funding crisis unfolding throughout local schools have been aired at Westminster.
Francis Maynard: 35, of Harper Lane, Radlett, was fined £50 plus £50 compensation and £105 costs for assaulting a woman by beating at Radlett on December 5.
A support group for cerebral palsy sufferers and their families has celebrated its 60th birthday.
Efforts to turn the district council into an accredited living wage employer have again been torpedoed, prompting a war of words between opposing councillors.
A short film based on a Harpenden woman’s experiences in Auschwitz has exceeded its funding target of £12,500.
Harpenden’s annual classic car show is rolling into onto the Common on Wednesday - and motorists are warned to expect traffic delays in the vicinity.