Pets at a Kimpton rehoming centre may not yet have found a permanent place to live, but staff will still be there on Christmas day to give them a slap-up Christmas dinner.
The top 200 companies in Hertfordshire have “every reason to be confident about the future”- even with Brexit looming, say the authors of a new report.
Astronomers from the University of Hertfordshire have confirmed the existence of a frozen planet orbiting the fastest star in the sky.
We asked a University of Hertfordshire astrophysicist for expert advice on watching incredible meteor showers in the night sky this weekend.
Hertfordshire’s roads will benefit from an extra £7.9million government ‘pothole pot’ for repairs across the county.
A missing Hatfield girl has been found safe and well.
Police are appealing for the public’s help in tracing a 16-year-old boy who has gone missing from Hatfield and has links to Stevenage and Ilford.
A graveyard in Codicote holds the last resting place of a man who was buried – twice.
Debenhams, which has branches in Stevenage and Welwyn Garden City, has announced it will shut up to 50 stores nationwide after its latest profits tumbled.
A new website has been launched for reporting hate crime across Hertfordshire.
“Don’t ignore hate – report it.” That is the message that pupils from across Hertfordshire heard at an event marking National Hate Crime Awareness Week.
Labour party candidates for Stevenage and Welwyn Hatfield have blasted plans to axe a subsidised transport service to the new QEII and the Lister Hospital.
Hours of disruption are forecast after a train broke down and had to be terminated at Knebworth.
Dancers from a school in Welwyn Garden City and Stevenage have come home from a national competition weighed down with trophies awarded by Britain’s Got Talent finalists Twist and Pulse.
Three police cars were at the scene of a crash just north of Junction 4 of the A1(M) southbound near Hatfield.
A Herts Police investigation into a paedophile ring has won ‘Detective Investigation of the Year’ at a prestigious police awards ceremony.
The Hertfordshire police knife amnesty took a huge number of blades off our streets, including swords, military knives and ‘elven’ knives.
Police have been called to Hatfield Station to persude a woman to get off the railway tracks.
A Christian support service has seen a rise in demand from Great Northern rail workers facing public abuse since the company’s botched timetable rollout of May 20.
John Lewis & Partners, which has a department store in Welwyn Garden City and branches of Waitrose in St Albans, Stevenage and Hitchin, has announced a 99 per cent drop in its profits.
Internationally acclaimed author Ken Follett has received an honorary doctorate from the University of Hertfordshire.
You can hand in knives with no questions asked at three Hertfordshire police stations as part of a knife amnesty this September.
A family is organising a Northern Soul gig in aid of a disabled Stevenage pupil’s wheelchair fund.
Care providers are worried about a shortage of Hertfordshire carers after Brexit, according to a recent council report.
Emergency services were called to the scene of a crash today (August 18) involving an overturned vehicle on the A1(M) between Junctions 6 and 7.
All lanes have reopened after a multi-vehicle crash on the A1(M) northbound near Stevenage this evening (August 17).
Officers attended a Welwyn crash which has caused an estimated 20 minutes of traffic delay.
Govia Thameslink has axed its rail replacement buses after improvements in reliability.
An events company at a Knebworth festival has been advised by the Zionist Federation after its handling of ‘antisemitic’ material was branded ‘insensitive’.
Residents are back in their homes after a bomb disposal team sent to deal with a suspected landmine south of Stevenage found it was only a metal wheel.