Herts Advertiser Local News for Harpenden
A keen walker featured on national television as part of celebrations for the 50th birthday of the Pennine Way.
More than 31,000 packs have been sent out to residents registered to vote by post ahead of the General Election and local elections on Thursday May 7.
A celebrity panel will be judging the second Harpenden Lions’ Battle of the Bands competition when it is is held in the town next Friday, May 8.
Big Curry raised big bucks for two charities when special events were held at a Harpenden school last week.
Ask Harpenden residents what the key issues are for the town and most will agree it comes down to affordable housing, development of the Green Belt and the need for more school places. With this in mind, we asked the parliamentary candidates for the area to offer their thoughts on three crucial questions
Villagers threatened with being stranded after the sudden axing of a bus service between Redbourn and Harpenden have been thrown a lifeline with a new afternoon replacement.
There has been criticism of “frivolous” Freedom of Information (FoI) requests in relation to the controversial Green Belt siting of a proposed school in Harpenden which have cost taxpayers thousands of pounds.
A rescued dog which went missing for nine days has been reunited with her very relieved owner who camped out at night and managed to coax her back with gravy bones.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is understood to have approved plans to alter a flight path across St Albans district, possibly as soon as August this year.
A man in his 70s was conned out of his bank details following a phone scam on Monday (27).
They’re holding out for heroes at our local children’s hospice, with entry now open for the third annual Superhero 5K.
With just hours to go until the 2015 Virgin London Marathon, local competitors are gearing up for the capital’s biggest sporting event.
A young man with a strong social conscience is on a mission to change the way the world donates.
A young boy with a spinal condition may have to travel more than an hour to school every day after missing out on a local primary school place.
Firefighters were called to a blaze at a Harpenden Cricket Club yesterday afternoon (Tuesday).
A sudden change to a bus service connecting Redbourn and Harpenden has left villagers cut off with many pensioners and disabled people stranded.
A city centre pub known for its foraged food has teamed up with a children’s rights charity to serve the Duchess of York at an extravagant banquet - with a twist.
An inspirational young woman has told of her journey from hospital patient to Cambridge medical student following support from a unique charity.
The owners of a rescued dog are desperately seeking help in locating her after she went missing from her new home in Harpenden.
A Freedom of Information request (FoI) has shown that just two of 49 free schools given the initial go-ahead in a recent announcement by David Cameron require a local authority to buy their site.