Herts county council has announced new gritting routes after last year broke the record for the number of call-outs.
Waste and roadworks employees contending with increasing abuse at work have resorted to wearing body cameras.
Herts county council has released a film to help find foster families for 900 children in its care.
Police across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire launched a week-long campaign yesterday, which targets speeding drivers across the three counties.
One might assume the Queen’s representative in Hertfordshire was a high-born baron lounging in a castle somewhere in the Home Counties Green Belt.
Stevenage Day returns this Sunday with a line-up which is “bigger and better than ever”.
Councillors will look again at controversial plans to sell off its public art collection on Tuesday (June 5) – after a petition to save the artworks was signed by more than 1,500 people.
The leader of Herts County Council has demanded answers from the Department for Transport, Network Rail and Govia Thameslink Railway about the rail chaos which has followed the recent timetable change.
There has been a steady rise in the number of referrals by schools in Herts and Cambs seeking mental health treatment for pupils since 2014.
All train lines are blocked between London King’s Cross and Alexandra Palace due to a damaged overhead electric wire causing major disruption to all services in and out of London.
Organisers have announced the first headline act for an annual Hertfordshire charity music festival.
A petition to ‘save Hertfordshire’s public art collection’ has received more than 1,200 signatures – as Herts County Council consults on plans to dispose of 91 per cent of the collection.
A Miss Hertfordshire 2018 finalist from Hitchin hopes to take the opportunity to break stigmas attached to both anorexia nervosa and the beauty pageant industry.
North Herts district, Stevenage borough and Herts county councils have now set their budgets for the next financial year – and there are council tax rises from all three.
The daughter of one of Stevenage’s most remarkable women is about to publish a book inspired by her memory.
The winners for the Hertfordshire Business Awards 2017 have been revealed tonight – and it’s fair to say they are all proud as punch.
The future of a long-standing outdoor activities centre is uncertain after Herts County Council (HCC) withdrew its support today.
An experimental re-imagining of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland will share an important message about mental health issues at Stevenage and Biggleswade libraries.