Charities have addressed concerns over the safety and care of animals in Hertfordshire during the coronavirus crisis.
Hertfordshire County Council is working on plans to offer “some learning opportunities” to pupils once schools close on Friday due to coronavirus concerns.
Works to convert parts of the A1(M) into a smart motorway in Hertfordshire start today.
B&M Care, a company which owns several care homes in Hertfordshire, has made the decision to enter a ‘cocoon phase’ following coronavirus concerns.
A Knebworth man has returned from a three week recovery mission in Australia, in which he helped sift through ash to help find lost possessions after the recent bushfires.
A Hertfordshire couple have returned home from Tenerife after being quarantined for just over a week due to confirmed cases of coronavirus at their hotel.
There is currently disruption to rail services between Stevenage and London, via Potters Bar, due to an object being caught on the overhead electric wires.
A Hertfordshire couple and their baby are currently stuck in a Tenerife hotel, as four guests are confirmed to have coronavirus.
Police have evacuated 32 houses on Wisden Road after discovering items which may be explosive.
Highways England has confirmed that construction work to turn parts of the A1(M) in Hertfordshire into a smart motorway remains scheduled for March, despite continued calls for plans to be put on hold.
Damage to the overhead electric wires between Harpenden and Bedford are causing disruption to journeys between London St Pancras International and Bedford.
Two of Hertfordshire’s leading charities have joined forces to launch a new mass participation fundraising event.
Construction work to convert parts of the A1(M) into a smart motorway in Hertfordshire has been put on hold until a government review is complete.
An 80-year-old woman remains in hospital in a critical condition following a serious collision in Stevenage on Wednesday, with police urging anyone with information to get in touch.
A crash on Willow Lane has created a lot of traffic in Hitchin this morning.
Following a theft in Hatfield police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a man who is wanted.
Roadside verges could become wildflowers hubs after Hertfordshire County Council agreed to test a new approach to grass cutting along the county’s roads.
Passengers and railway staff have raised £10,000 for charity with a special farewell rail tour to mark the retirement of the venerable Class 313 train from Great Northern, after 42 years in service.
There were long delays on the A1(M) northbound this morning due to a crash near the Welwyn junction.
Hundreds of knives, including a throwing axe and bayonettes, were surrendered in Hertfordshire during the latest knife amnesty.
Some Hertfordshire commuters endured six-hour delays on Friday evening after a power cut affected large parts of London and the south east, leading to massive disruption.
A new outdoor police dog training facility opened by Herts police on Friday has been described as “the best in the country”.
A raft of improvements have been unveiled at Knebworth railway station this week as part of a major £750,000 upgrade.
The mercury is on the rise this week, with BBC Weather currently predicting a top temperature of 34°C for Stevenage on Thursday.
Hertfordshire County Council is donating more than more than 800 works of art.
A scam awareness roadshow is coming to Letchworth to help prevent people from becoming victims of scammers.
Stevenage’s Reece McCullagh has completed his epic 980-mile charity challenge – which saw him run the length of Great Britain in less than a month.
Hertfordshire saw 43 reported sex offences against under-18s with an online element this year, a 34 per cent increase over four years.
A police car was involved in a crash which closed the A1(M) between Stevenage and Welwyn last night.
A Stevenage man who is running the length of the UK for charity is back on English soil.