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Forget Legoland, if you want to get up close and personal with some of the finest model displays in the county, then come along to the Lea Primary School in Harpenden this Saturday.
A sunny mood matched the weather on Monday when pilgrims from all over the St Albans diocese arrived in the city for the annual Easter Pilgrimage.
Sporty students at a St Albans secondary school are celebrating after not only reaching the district cup football final, but collecting a handful of trophies as well.
Work on the multi-million pound expansion of Spire Harpenden Hospital has taken another stride forward.
Taxi drivers are calling for stricter monitoring of private hire cabs and fairer queuing systems after tensions reached boiling point on Friday and Saturday night.
A service of thanksgiving is to be held this week in memory of a lynchpin of the Jumbulance Trust who has died aged 81.
Plane noise looks set to plummet dramatically for beleaguered St Albans residents with Luton Airport bowing to campaigners’ calls for flight path changes.
A major revamp to a village play area was marked by a special party for children from local primary schools.
Dozens of London Marathon runners had their finish line dreams dashed on Sunday after railway line problems meant they missed competing in the race.
There was an air of anticipation as a group of about 30 journalists and television crew awaited the start of today’s (Thursday) press conference with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger in London Colney.
Easter is about new life – it’s when Christians celebrate Jesus Christ coming back to life and offering that new life to anyone who believes in him.
A Harpenden research centre is hailing permission to carry out a genetically modified field trial with plants engineered to produce oils which contribute to protection against coronary heart disease as a “significant milestone”.
The journey from teenage years into young adulthood has been captured by Georgia Lynne Allen, a former Harpenden schoolgirl (pictured), who has just published her first collection of poems.
A retired mechanic ended his own life after struggling to battle depression and anxiety for a number of years, a coroner has ruled.
Rothamsted Manor is set to play host to a rare four hand piano recital, which will see a professor turn concert pianist for the night.
Two Harpenden stalwarts have been commended for their work in the community.
One half of a drum and base duo who lives in Harpenden faces an anxious few days as he awaits this Sunday’s official chart to be aired on Radio 1.
A showstopping line-up of bands from various senior schools went head-to-head before a panel of celebrity judges at Harpenden’s first Battle of the Bands competition.
Ambitious plans for a 17-hectare solar park on a Green Belt site have been revealed, opposite land where a television archaeological team unearthed ancient Roman temples.
Solicitor General Oliver Heald spoke to sixth formers and then took a question and answer session when he was invited to a Harpenden school.
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