St Albans Review News
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Updated: 41 min 27 sec ago
At approximately 5.20pm on July 26 the 52 plate silver Toyota hatchback was taken from an address on Holyrood Crescent, was taken.
St Albans Fire and Rescue were called at 3.30pm yesterday after members of the public reported smoke in the woods just off Common Lane.
A charity has been given a council cash grant to help struggling families in St Albans.
A couple who modernised their home in a naturist village can stay in their chalet after winning a court battle against their landlord.
This month Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service has been urging homeowners to plan an escape route in the event of fire.
The accident on the exit slip road at junction 21a (St Albans) is causing queues back to junction 20.
Between 8pm on July 24 and 7am on July 25 the vandals punctured both the rear tyres of a blue Lexus with screws. This occurred in Hill End Lane.
One dog walker told the Review she had seen the bodies of 12 ducks caught up in the reeds last week and has avoided taking her pets to the lake since.
Fundraisers at St Albans Sub Aqua Club have swum the equivalent of two marathons to raise thousands of pounds for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Frank Lancaster, also known as Basil, lives in Bewdley and was last seen at around 11.30am today on George Street in Kidderminster.
The incident was caused by a fire from a pan of oil in a first floor flat in Grange Street, St Albans.
Thousands of classic car enthusiasts flocked to Harpenden Common for what is believed to be the biggest midweek event of its type in the UK.
Thousands of women braved the wet weather to take part in Race for Life in St Albans at the weekend.
The St Albans Review is on the lookout for a special project to support with a cash donation.
St Albans City Council cabinet agreed to Wheathampstead Parish Council’s request to designate the parish as the area covered by the village’s Neighbourhood Plan
Contractor Colas carried out work in Ladysmith Road, Kimberley Road and Folly Avenue on behalf of Hertfordshire County Council last month.
Police are appealing for witnesses and information following the incident on Tuesday, July 21 at 7.40am.
Rob Wilson, Alex Ossorio, Ashley Porter, Sam Abraham, Dave and Lloyd Thomas, Jake Perkins are set to jump for charity Shine on October 24
At around 4am on Friday, July 24, the thief opened the garage door, in Topstreet Way, and removed the pedal bike before making off in the direction of Southdown
Staff from West Herts hospitals manned stall in Redbourn to encourage people aged between 60 and 74 to get screened for cancer