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A stolen Porsche Boxster was recovered in St Albans today.
St Albans County Court will be closed next year, it has been confirmed today.
Two men were arrested after stealing £571.99 worth of food and alcohol in St Albans.
Burglars stole a family heirloom as part of a haul of jewellery and electronics.
If a mystery plague had caused the undead to rise up and swarm over 19th Century Hertfordshire how do you think our prim and proper ancestors would have faired?
Too few police staff are answering calls from the public as figures show crime has risen in the last year.
It is Chinese New Year today as we enter the 'Year of the Monkey'.
To celebrate National Libraries Day, an author from Harpenden took time out of her writing to visit Harpenden Library.
Mischievous flute, deft harmonies and refined acoustic songs, The Maltings is bringing together some of the most acclaimed folk artists as well as up and coming musicians, for a fun-filled, entertaining evening.
Gary Perlmutter, from Borehamwood, has a love of people which has led him to capture them in work and play for more than 40 years.
An audiologist in St Albans is warning people of early signs of deafness in the run-up to Tinnitus Week.
A man believed to be connected with a murder in St Albans has been arrested in Germany.
A frail 82-year-old woman appeared before a crown court judge today accused of killing a tobacconist by dangerous driving.
The first time she performed in the UK, two-time Grammy nominee Gretchen Peters described the experience as like “stepping through the looking glass” as if she had landed in a parallel universe.
Stansted Mountfitchet and Bishop’s Stortford are at the centre of one of the most active regions of the country when it comes to buying and selling art, antiques and collectables. Ideally situated between London and Cambridge, they sit at the heart of a network of auction houses, antiques centres and galleries, stretching from the East Anglian coast to the M1, offering as wide a range of desirable items as you will find anywhere else in the UK.
A group of people have been recognised for a second time with a Royal Horticultural Society award.
The following cases were heard before magistrates between November 30 and December 1.
The next steps towards a new secondary school in Harpenden will be discussed at a meeting organised by parents later this month.
Oaklands College student Tom Race chose to do the marathon on Sunday, April 24, after his friend’s younger brother died from cancer.
Resurfacing works in Upper Lattimore Road and Victoria Street in St Albans will begin from Monday, February 15.