October 25 2014 Latest news:
After eight years of delays and tens of thousands of pounds of taxpayers money being spent, Herts County Council is footing the bill for a problem it didn’t create.
A district councillor is adamant that houses need to be built in North Hertfordshire to ‘meet the needs of our growing population’.
A man has appeared in court accused of breaking into Stevenage Football Club.
Parish councillors feel they are being “bribed” by solar farm developers in Knebworth after they were told how much money they would receive if planning permission was granted.
Tributes have been flooding in for a much-loved cricketing stalwart following his death.
Stolen ferrets, dogs and power tools thought to belong to people in North Herts have been seized by police after a raid.
A Kings Walden man who had worked as a judge at Crufts was jailed for eight years for various sexual offences.
Confidential data held by Hertfordshire Constabulary about antisocial behaviour cases has been published on a government website as a result of a computer error.
A Shefford veterinary firm has been fined after workers were exposed to substances found in animal chemotherapy drugs which can potentially cause cancer.
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Five clubs have already changed manager this season, compared to just one at the same time last season
Ampthill Town 2 Langford 3 - match report
They expect blues men to have paid their dues – and Dave Kelly has certainly done that.