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The lowest paid workers at Hertfordshire County Council will not be getting a pay rise after ruling politicians rejected plans to implement the Living Wage.
Work to transform St Albans’ Town Hall into a museum and gallery has received a huge boost with the announcement of a substantial grant.
Partners from a St Albans law firm are "absolutely thrilled" to have won a national award.
Residents, local politicians and a donkey attended St Stephen Parish Council’s carol concert in St Albans at the weekend.
Those from the St Albans and Harpenden area dealt with by magistrates on Tuesday, October 29, 2013.
An author visited a St Albans school to talk to Year 7 students about her writing experiences and sign copies of her book.
Pensioners’ satisfaction with NHS care continues to be determined by where they live, new research of Britain’s retirees’ shows.
Winter deaths and serious injuries due to accidents are not inevitable, says Tom Mullarkey, chief executive of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).
The husband of a woman who was sexually assaulted in a St Albans gym has voiced his “absolute disgust” that her attacker was let off with a police caution.
The Met Office is warning of potential gale force winds across south west Hertfordshire tomorrow.
Residents are being encouraged to come and hear what the county council has planned for the old fire station site in St Albans.
The Rotary Club of Radlett is holding its annual community carol concert this month.
Those from the St Albans and Harpenden area dealt with by magistrates on Monday, October 28, 2013.
An appeal has been launched by Relic Homes against Hertsmere Borough Council’s decision to reject the demolition of an existing chalet bungalow to build a five-bedroom home with underground parking at 21 Newberries Avenue in Radlett.
A 22-year-old man was arrested after a bottle of wine was stolen from a St Albans supermarket on Monday.
St Albans man Ben Smith was sent back to jail yesterday after hitting a man with a metal pole at shops in Marshalswick.
Neighbourhood plans and concerns about Green Belt development were key topics for the biannual Parish Conference held in Chiswell Green on Monday.
A Scout group will be able to refurbish its headquarters thanks to the support of the local community.
Those from the St Albans and Harpenden area dealt with by magistrates on Friday, October 25, 2013.
A St Albans foodbank is looking for volunteers to assist with a donation drive over the coming weeks.