Asbestos is being stripped from a secondary school building where students are being taught music.
After a campaign in the Herts Ad, the people of St Albans spoke loudly and clearly last weekend when a garage used to store useful items for Syrian refugees in Calais overflowed with donations.
“The size of the game is decided by the number of microphones” – so quipped Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger at today’s (Friday) press conference ahead of tomorrow’s clash with Chelsea.
Two people have been charged with slavery offences following arrests made in St Albans earlier this year.
A motorcyclist and his pillion passenger were rushed to hospital last night with multiple fractures and internal injuries after being involved in a collision with a pizza delivery driver.
Incredible carers got all the credit they deserve on Tuesday, when Water Mill House Care Home held a special ceremony for its Heart of Gold Awards.
Christmas lights are expected to shine extra bright in one part of the St Albans district this festive season.
Hemel Hempstead’s property market saw a sharp drop in the number of homes put up for sale between July and August.
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The firm in charge of fixing potholes, pavements and street lights across Herts has been fined by county bosses for failing to meet its targets.
A new Sainsbury’s Local supermarket is included in a new 130-home development which is expected to transform the Maylands area of Hemel Hempstead.
Hanging underwear on a communal washing line in St Albans acted as bait to a thief who stole more than £700 worth of ladies knickers, a court has heard.
Hidden among the tens of thousands of people who marched on Trafalgar Square this weekend you might have spotted a banner that read ‘Herts Welcomes Syrian Families’.
“It could be me; it could be us.” Those words, taken from the new song from St Albans-based band, Purple Day, seem to sum up the growing empathy felt by people across the district for the refugees flooding out of Syria.