Fast-acting firefighters stopped an oven fire from spreading at a property in Welwyn Garden City this afternoon.
Hatfield Town Council’s candidates for the upcoming by-election have laid into each other ahead of this week’s poll.
Borough council employees were left in tears after discovering over a dozen positions are set to be axed.
When is Santa paying your street a visit? His Potters Bar sleigh route for this year has been revealed.
Three electric vehicle charging points are to be installed in the Hertsmere borough, including one in Potters Bar.
A group of Cuffley carers are starting their own charity in a bid to keep their beloved day centre open.
Court results published by the Welwyn Hatfield Times are taken from St Albans, Stevenage and Hatfield Magistrates’ Courts and are published without prejudice.
Two care providers have teamed up to launch a café for dementia sufferers, their families and carers.
Potters Bar Hockey Club have made a number of slow starts away from home this season but perhaps none slower than their effort at Blueharts 2nds as they shipped three goals in the first 15 minutes on their way to a 5-1 defeat.
For the second time in four days Welwyn Garden City scored two goals in the dying stages to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.
Welwyn bowed out of the RFU Senior Vase with a 17-12 defeat at Aylesford Bulls – but both sides put on a brilliant show of attacking rugby for those that braved the Kent drizzle.
Zoe Harrison beat Hannah Botterman to an England debut as England dished out a rugby lesson to Canada.
Hatfield Social’s recent good run of results came to an end at Birchwood in a disappointing 1-0 defeat to in-form Hinton Main.
A folk trio will round off their current CD launch tour with a gig in St Albans next month.
A number of proposals have been put forward to mark Welwyn Garden City’s milestone anniversary, including a lasting feature in the heart of the town centre.
A stalwart Potters Bar business will proudly join the procession at the Lord Mayor’s Show this year.
Hundreds of people enjoyed reminiscing at the Welwyn Hatfield Heritage Fair at the weekend.
One of the country’s most famous aircraft has been recognised with an Engineering Heritage Award that ranks it alongside some of Britain’s greatest technical achievements.
Scenes of heartwarming new movie Breathe starring Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy were filmed in Hatfield.
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