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A fraudster who tried to trick a 65-year-old woman in Redbourn out of thousands of pounds by buying iTunes vouchers failed when she became suspicious and immediately hung up on his cold calls.
Naked images of three and four-year-old girls were discovered on the iPhone of the co-owner of a children's summer camp.
The annual festival across five different parks across the district returned last weekend with the theme ‘Little Bit of Midsummer Magic’.
Teachers have been praised by government watchdog inspectors for improving a St Albans academy.
More than 2,500 people are expected to attend the return of a well-loved music festival this July.
More than 2,500 people are expected to attend the return of a well-loved music festival on Saturday, July 9.
Two French students have become the first interns at an aircraft museum in London Colney.
‘When Sophie first saw me, I was onstage. This girl Irina who I lived with at the time had organised a storytelling series at a bar in Bushwick, and after a couple of weeks of watching I decided I wanted to tell a story too. I wasn’t like the other kids in the house; I’d never assumed I’d be an actor or a writer or anything creative. When I was growing up, everybody figured I’d stay in Burnsville, West Virginia, and have some kids. But there I was in New York and for ten minutes I could make people listen to me and treat me like I was important.’
A fireman who committed a sexual act next to a passenger on the London Underground has been given a suspended sentence.
Stories of a Holocaust survivor, the grandson of Iraq’s Director General of the Treasury and the descendant of a famous 18th century boxer are being displayed as part of a history project at St Albans Masorti Synagogue (SAMS).
A 16-year-old was robbed in St Albans.
Steam train enthusiasts gathered to see the Flying Scotsman hurtling through St Albans station.
'St Albans will be free from their stupidity and violence': Three brothers convicted after man attacked outside night club
A judge branded three brothers "thugs" after a man was attacked outside a St Albans night club.
An 80-year-old woman has been taken to hospital in a life threatening condition after an accident this morning.
More than 30,000 people from south west Hertfordshire have signed an online petition calling for a second referendum on whether Britain should leave the EU by implementing a new rule.
St Albans MP Anne Main said she is “very happy” with Britain’s decision to leave the EU, despite her own constituency voting to remain.
The Bishop of St Albans said the result of the EU referendum highlights the “deep divisions that exist in our country”.
Heavy rain brought roads and trains to a standstill.
It has been a historic night for the UK, with a landmark vote to leave the European Union proving successful.
Prime Minister David Cameron has announced he will resign following the result of the EU Referendum.