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Saturday, September 24, 2016

Hatfield Fire Station held an open day to raise awareness of fire safety.

Residents rushed into the new Poundworld store after it opened its first ever store in Hatfield this morning, creating 30 new retail jobs in the process.

The campaign to convince firms in WGC town centre to back proposals to become a Business Improvement District (BID) was launched last night.

Oli Reynolds’ first-half strike was enough to see Welwyn Garden City open their league campaign with a defiant victory over Letchworth Garden City.

Leeroy Williams netted a hat-trick to hand Codicote a happy homecoming at John Clements Sports & Community Centre on Saturday.

Rearguard action for almost all of the second half preserved 10-man Welwyn Garden City’s unbeaten league record – the only one now in the SSML Premier Division - as they won their fourth successive league game by a 2-1 scoreline.

Chris Kemp’s last second penalty handed Welwyn a first London Division Two (NW) win of the season in their opening home game.

Motorists have been taking a chance by driving through flooded areas of Welwyn Garden City.

Residents are currently enjoying the Street Food event in Welwyn Garden City.

Police have released images of suspected stolen goods recovered in Hatfield in the hope of returning them to the rightful owners.

Welwyn Garden City made a triumphant return to Herns Lane for their first game of the season back at their ground in front of the new main stand.

Generous cyclists young and old raised money for a Welwyn Hatfield-based charity over the weekend.

Eight large piles of rubble have been fly-tipped in Welwyn Garden City.

Children and parents had a go at African Djembe drumming, ukelele and junk percussion at a free music workshop in Hatfield.

A forensics team and police officers remain on the scene after a person has died in Welwyn Garden City.

Officers investigating criminal damage in Potters Bar have released images of graffiti and pictures of two people they would like to speak to as part of their enquiries.

The Rotary Club of Potters Bar raised around £2,500 for charity at its annual car and bike show.

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