A gospel choir will rally round this weekend to help a Hatfield woman raise funds for her son’s medical care.
Tails and Scales pet centre is bracing itself for an invasion of animal visitors tomorrow (Saturday, December 9) – whether winged, spiky or even colour changing.
Welwyn Hatfield’s constituency could grow by over three and a half thousand people and take on two new wards in a proposed boundary change.
Get your conductor’s hat on in Welwyn Garden City this weekend, when an array of model railways will be on display.
Radio 2 star Ken Bruce will officially open a church’s Christmas market tomorrow morning.
A Welwyn Garden City man who spent 27 years driving a London black taxi has told of his escapades in a new memoir.
A Hatfield woman has published a graphic novel about mental health struggles after 14 years of artistic perseverance.
Police are appealing for the public’s help to find a wanted man, who is believed to be in Potters Bar or Borehamwood.
A Welwyn Garden City nursery is making others green with envy with its new Green Flag Eco-school award.
Almost a year after a blaze gutted Katie’s Bakery in Old Welwyn, the shop is reopening with a community celebration next weekend.
Police are currently carrying out a search in Welwyn Garden City following thefts from a shop.
A blind veteran from Welwyn Garden City is set to march at the Cenotaph in London this Remembrance Sunday with the charity Blind Veterans UK.
A great-grandmother from Hatfield has cancelled a concert in aid of her son’s medical costs after she was let down by the lack of support.
Welwyn Hatfield Council is taking up new partnerships to address rough sleeping, thanks to new government funds.
A stalwart Potters Bar business will proudly join the procession at the Lord Mayor’s Show this year.
This November a local hospice’s festive annual “Lights of Love” remembrance ceremony is due to return to Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield.
A barmaid has called last orders on over four decades of service behind the bar.
As the clocks roll back and the mists descend, it’s the time of year when everything starts to get a little bit eerie.
A Welwyn Garden City woman has started up a coffee club for people who have suffered miscarriages.
A Welwyn woman is “absolutely livid” by the police response to her 999 call after she reported a possible drink driver, who had ploughed into road signs.
With winter drawing in, Hatfield Night Shelter (HNS) is still looking for volunteers to complete its team.
A great-grandmother in Hatfield has turned talent scout to organise a concert in aid of her son’s medical costs.
Is someone throwing sticks for a Dexter, Teddy or Archie in the park? Then chances are you’re in Potters Bar.
Welwyn Hatfield’s mayor set the trend for anti-bullying week during her visit to Bullying UK’s headquarters in Hatfield this morning.
A pedestrian has told the Welwyn Hatfield Times how she witnessed a man driving the wrong way up a one-way road in Welwyn this morning before crashing into a road sign.
Police have launched an investigation after the so-called M25 cat killer struck in Potters Bar.
Welwyn Hatfield Council has rubbished claims that they are spending too much on staff mileage reimbursement.
A cat belonging to a Potters Bar woman appears to have become the latest victim of the “M25 cat killer”.
The parents of a baby born three months prematurely have exceeded all expectations in fundraising for the Lister Hospital neonatal unit where he was born.
Fresh government figures have revealed how well Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar secondary schools have performed in the last year.