There is plenty of fun to be at Kimpton May Festival today (Saturday) as the High Street procession takes place.
A team of computer science students from Hatfield’s University of Hertfordshire came second in a competition set up by a leading international IT provider.
A Welwyn Garden City man is risking his toenails falling off during a poignant challenge in honour of his veteran grandfather.
Twelve food outlets in Welwyn Hatfield currently have a 0/5 food hygiene rating – meaning they were judged to require urgent improvement.
A Welwyn Garden City man’s band have officially released their first single after soaring to victory in a BBC music competition.
A row over a tree that escalated into a campaign of harassment against Hertsmere Borough Council has cost an obsessive householder £100,000.
Potters Bar’s most popular primary school received more than four times as many applications as its least applied for school.
Several Welwyn Hatfield police officers and members of the public had their contributions recognised at an awards evening.
A Potters Bar Dogs Day is being held to fundraise for a Welham Green rescue centre.
There are moderate delays on the M25 between London and Enfield, causing delays for traffic going to Potters Bar.
The ESFA Potters Bar Primary Schools District U11 Football Team are through to the final of the Bill Sanders Memorial Hertfordshire District Cup after defeating local rivals St Albans 1-0.
Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League play-off champions Welwyn Garden City are warming up for another successful campaign.
Potters Bar Town finished a record breaking season in style with a 4-0 win away to Chalfont St Peter.
Undefeated WBO World Champion Billy Joe Saunders has promised to make Avtandil Khurtsidze “look stupid” after the Brooklyn-based Georgian’s victory over Tommy Langford.
The chance to try bowls for free is being offered by a WGC bowls club.
If you have visited Hatfield House since it reopened to the public you may have seen one or two things looking a little out of place in the park and gardens.
Heritage enthusiasts have called for the visible remnants of Hatfield’s famous aeroplane factory to be protected or at least recorded for posterity before they are obliterated.
Hatfield House, Park & Gardens will open again for visitors this Easter weekend.
An early booking offer for this summer’s Battle Proms concert at Hatfield House ends soon.
There will be plenty of holiday fun at Knebworth House this weekend with the stately home’s annual Easter Trail for children and then jousting back to thrill visitors.