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.
As part of our ongoing #CouldYouCare campaign, aimed at encouraging more people to become a professional carer, we speak to one of the county’s care practitioners to find out what she gets out of her role.
An award-winning record producer-turned-performer from Hertfordshire will support 80s band China Crisis in St Albans this week.
The inspiration of his nan, a carer for more than 40 years, led Stevenage resident Bradley Bliss down a new career path.
Herts county council is supporting our #CouldYouCare campaign - director of adult care services Iain MacBeath explains what they are doing to promote caring as a career.
A Litlington mum has set herself the task of putting on a ‘play in a day’ with children from North Herts and South Cambs to raise money for a Herts-based theatre group.
The Queen has appointed a new Lord-Lieutenant for Hertfordshire to succeed the Countess of Verulam who stepped down at the end of July.
Motorists in Herts, Cambs and Beds are being asked where they keep their mobile phones while driving as part of a week-long campaign.
The biggest free festival in our area has been hailed as a huge success after taking place in Hitchin this weekend.
Organisers behind what is billed as the largest free festival in the area are getting set for more family fun.
A dedicated crop of runners from Stevenage will be joining the thousands running the London Marathon this weekend.
A singer, musician and record producer from Hertfordshire has released her debut solo single today.
Police in Beds, Herts and Cambs will now have the benefit of a new HGV cab to help catch motorists who use their mobile phones while behind the wheel.
In an exclusive interview with the Comet, a council leader who has awarded herself a 20 per cent pay rise has defended her right to the increase.