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An “extraordinary warm-hearted” student living with Tourette’s Syndrome has been awarded runner-up in a Young People of the Year awards.
Protestors took to the streets or St Albans this week to up the fight against central government proposals to privatise the NHS and to urge the city’s MP to support their call.
An iconic World War Two aircraft which has just undergone a five year restoration project celebrated 75 years since its maiden flight this week.
More than 100 members of St Albans Masorti Synagogue (SAMS) gave 11 projects in St Albans some special treatment as part of Mitzvah Day last Sunday.
'You've suffered enough already': Driver given conditional discharge after causing death of motorcyclist
A driver responsible for the death of a St Albans motorcyclist after they collided last year wishes she had never survived the “tragic accident”.
A yellow weather warning of wind has been issued by the Met Office for the East of England this weekend.
A lorry driver from Slovakia never made it home to his family after an unsuitable tyre caused him to crash on the M25, an inquest has heard.
Chez Mumtaj in London Road, has been shortlisted for the South East region at the British Curry Awards 2015.
Eight cadets spent five hours manning a stall, handing out leaflets and offering guidance on topics such as burglary prevention and personal safety.
There are currently delays on the M1 northbound between junctions 5 and 6 due to a car overturning this morning.
There were festive floats, stage performances and farmers’ market stalls galore at this year’s Christmas Carnival in Harpenden.
The woman was attacked in Watling Street, near the grass area next to Esso Petrol Station at 2am.
Volunteer police cadets from Hertfordshire were among cadets from five counties to take part in the region’s first ever senior cadet leadership course.
Card designers from St Albans have put their stamp on a unique Christmas card for UK-wide children’s charity Action Medical Research.
A pizza store in Harpenden is joining in this year’s ITV festive fundraising campaign.
The former vice chairman of Park Street Camera Club will have one of his photographs exhibited in a Royal Photographic Society exhibition next year.
TV and stage stars will be giving their experience of drama school and what comes after to young actors next month.
Members of St Albans United Synagogue gave a day of their time to support good causes on Mitzvah Day.
A brand new teddy bear workshop has opened at Willows Activity Farm to help wish visitors a bear-y Christmas.
Keen female cyclists are being encouraged to gear up for the festive season by taking part in organised bike rides across the county.