Pub owners who fear imminent crippling rate rises that could put them out of business have vowed to fight to survive.
A proposal for 23 flats in Hatfield has been approved.
Winds caused by storm Doris will be strong enough to cause damage and blow over trees in Welwyn Hatfield tomorrow, the Met Office has warned.
A bearded dragon that was abandoned in the cold in Welwyn Garden City was saved by a dog walker and a pair of reptile enthusiasts.
A talented Cuffley singer of just 14 has won through to the semi-final of a national competition by performing in front of a sell-out West End audience.
Drivers on the M25 motorway near Potters Bar are suffering serious delays after a collision, with congestion likely to persist for more than an hour.
Visitors to an exhibition that opened in Potters Bar today can learn about its notable residents, from a 12th century turncoat nobleman to a great locomotive designer.
An initial consultation about the future of Hertsmere and how the borough should develop over the next 15 years has been extended.
Hertfordshire’s most unwanted cat has settled into her new home after a successful appeal by the Welwyn Hatfield Times.
In what was a repeat of the 2016 final, Welwyn Garden City’s Alison Waters fell to defeat at the hands of France’s Camille Serme at the PSA Cleveland Classic.
Welwyn Garden City finally broke their winning duck for 2017 at the sixth time of asking when they beat near neighbours Colney Heath at Herns Lane, in a feisty derby.
In the Ultimate Football Welwyn Garden City Monday night six-a-side League, the match of the night was the Premiership tie between Wheeler Dealers and Tekkers Slovakia.
Chancellor’s School pupil Ted Harrington bounced back from a year out of boxing to be crowned a national champion at the ABA Schools Championship National finals.
Forward Jarvis Nutt scored on his Codicote debut and keeper Andrew McEwan saved a penalty in a 1-1 draw at Risborough Rangers on Saturday.
More bands have been added to the Slam Dunk 2017 line-up including Deaf Havana and festival favourites We Are The Ocean.
A Hertfordshire aircraft museum preserving the de Havilland name has appointed its first curator.
The spotlight will fall on the legendary Avro Lancaster, one of Britain’s most iconic Second World War bombers, at IWM Duxford during the February half-term holiday.
An aviation museum that restores de Havilland aircraft and is home of the Mosquito museum has won a top tourism award.
Viewers tuning in to watch Hollywood star Tom Hardy’s new BBC One period drama Taboo tonight will see Hatfield on their TV screens.
Scenes from Tom Hardy’s major new BBC TV drama series Taboo were shot in Hatfield.
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