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At least 142 road repair schemes costing £3 million have been postponed until next year by Herts county council because they were on course to overspend their budget.
Enjoy seasonal fireworks in safety at one of the organised displays taking place across the district over this coming week.
Skipping and jumping for charity recently brought smiles to the faces of children and staff of a new free school.
Memorial poppies in remembrance of local men who died in World War I are to be installed on a village green in the fortnight leading up to Armistice Day.
The arrival of a large number of souped-up vehicles in its car park forced a local supermarket to close early last weekend.
A second firework display at a top St Albans hotel has infuriated neighbours because of the noise and the lateness of the hour.
The longest-running agricultural research station in the world has teamed up with a St Albans college to launch an apprenticeship programme.
There are only four days remaining until St Albans’ second fashion week takes over the city and shines a light on all that is stylish.
An upset woman is calling for a St Albans road to have more prominent and explanatory road signs after her husband was cautioned by police.
Theo Walcott has won praise from Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, but the forward won’t be on the pitch for tomorrow’s (Saturday ) Barclays Premier League clash against Sunderland.
Hundreds of local parents have signalled their backing for a proposed new secondary school in Harpenden, enabling its promoters to submit an application to the Department for Education (DfE).
Station Road in Harpenden has been closed this morning (Thursday) since around 9.45am due to a sewage failure.
A man is being sought by the police in connection with the alleged theft of a £200 bicycle in Harpenden.
Fired-up residents at a public meeting on the possible expansion of Harpenden onto Green Belt land have warned against such a move, claiming the town is “bursting at the seams” already.
A keen cyclist embarked on his own Tour De France and rode more than 700 miles in memory of a family friend who died aged just 16.
Simon Cherry: 18, of Hilldyke Road, St Albans, was fined £200 plus £4.40 compensation and £140 costs for failing to hand over a ticket for inspection near Harpenden station on May 5.
Parental demand for a new primary free school due to move into Harpenden next September came from areas surrounding the town and not from local residents, a Freedom of Information (FoI) enquiry has revealed.
A former child evacuee from the Second World War has returned to Harpenden,
the town which provided refuge for her and over 1,000 youngsters during the conflict.
A telecommunications company has wasted no time in going to appeal over a decision to refuse permission for a 20-metre mobile phone mast on a site in Harpenden.
An analysis by a northern paper which listed St Albans as the second least cultural place in Britain has been blasted by local residents.
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