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Station commander Sean Commerford and James Digby

An elderly Welwyn Garden City man has thanked firefighters for saving his wife’s life after a horror accident resulted in their car sliding off the road.

Onslow St Audrey's School head teacher Michael Harpham with the school's exhibition

Hatfield’s only mixed secondary school has unveiled plans for major structural improvements funded by a substantial housing development on its grounds.

F L-R Jessica 7, Ava 5, Jaidon 5, Connie 9  B L-R Layken 11, head Alison Simpson, Alfie 8 by the swimming pool

A group of parents in Tewin are trying to raise £10,000 to save the school pool.

Negotiator Sam Cox by the art work

A Hatfield estate agent is asking for the public’s help in choosing the winner of its art competition.

Aljaz Bedene

Aljaz Bedene showed glimpses of his capabilities but unsurprisingly succumbed to a straight-sets defeat to world number one Novak Djokovic at the French Open in Paris this evening (Saturday).

Potters Bar News

Thursday, May 26, 2016
Herts Air Ambulance takes off

A Potters Bar woman remains in hospital and is currently in a stable condition following a serious crash, police have confirmed today.

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An Applecroft pupil in action

A new sports and activity programme, run as a partnership between Monk’s Walk, Stanborough and other primary schools, was launched on Wednesday.

England Netball regional manager Sarah Beattie, Miranda Herts Mavericks mascot, England Netball director of development Helen Wynn, Herts Mavericks player George Fisher, Tim Braybrooke from Stanborough School

A new £280,000 national outdoor netball centre has opened in Welwyn Garden City.

Panshanger Tigers U7s

It was another jam packed action weekend for youth football at the annual Panshanger Football Club Festival.

Welwyn Garden City World Food Festival [Pictures: Sharon Struckman]

Foodies had the chance to sample world cuisine at an annual festival in Welwyn Garden City.

Liam Gough bats for Potters Bar

The expected rain arrived at Digswell Park just in time to spoil an interesting Premier Division derby between hosts Welwyn Garden City and Potters Bar as both would have fancied their chances of securing a victory.

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