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.
There has been a three-car crash near Asda in Hatfield this afternoon, with police and paramedics in attendance.
A 65-year-old man from Welwyn Garden City sadly died near Morrisons in Royston at the weekend.
A car and a motorbike were involved in a crash near Junction 7 for Stevenage of the A1(M) this morning, which caused delays of more than an hour in the area.
There are delays of up to 1½ hours on the A1(M) between Letchworth and Welwyn this morning after incidents southbound near Junction 7 for Stevenage.
Police have released images of various tools boxes recovered from woodland in Markyate in a bid to trace their owners.
There has been a multi-vehicle crash on the northbound A1(M) between Welwyn and Stevenage this morning – and traffic is stationary as a result.
With Christmas just around the corner, attention is turning to the mouth-watering morsels on offer this holiday season.
Traffic came to a halt in both directions between Junction 24 for Potters Bar and 25 for Waltham Cross this evening while police dealt with an incident on the M25.
A man in his 70s has died after the car he was travelling in left the A1(M) northbound carriageway and crashed into trees between Welwyn and Stevenage at the weekend.
The A1(M) has fully reopened northbound between Junction 6 for Welwyn and 7 for Stevenage, more than five hours after emergency services closed the northbound stretch between Welwyn and Stevenage after a serious crash.
The A1(M) remains closed northbound this morning after a serious crash near Welwyn – and police have now launched an appeal for information.
The A1(M) northbound carriageway between Junction 6 for Welwyn and Junction 7 for Stevenage is currently closed after a multi-vehicle crash earlier this morning.
Motorists in Herts, Cambs and Beds are being asked where they keep their mobile phones while driving as part of a week-long campaign.
Hertfordshire has been ranked in the top five of local authorities for celebrating difference and tackling homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in schools in a report released this week.