The leader of Hertsmere Borough Council has released a statement after a number of residents asked why an election is not happening next month.
Jewellery and cars are being stolen by burglars in Hertsmere during the school holidays, police have warned.
New regulations brought in to help combat flytipping across the Hertsmere borough have snared 26 offenders in the year since their introduction.
Hertsmere’s unsung heroes have been recognised for their efforts and long-standing service at Hertsmere Council’s annual Civic Awards.
The borough council is encouraging people to take up a unique opportunity and play “pickleball” in Potters Bar.
Government funding to support Polish and Romanian residents in Welwyn Hatfield and promote “community cohesion” has been secured.
The MP for Potters Bar visited a primary school to discuss its future.
An education centre serving Welwyn Hatfield, Potters Bar and Stevenage has plummeted from “outstanding” to special measures in just three years.
Pupils from Potters Bar schools are set to take part in a film festival organised by experts from one of the country’s top studios.
Potters Bar MP Oliver Dowden has defended his vote on changes to free school meals - a change which some say “echoes Dickensian times rather than 2018”.
A man was sentenced to a year in prison after being caught equipped to burgle in Potters Bar.
Potters Bar’s MP has said he will raise a petition calling for the police to be “fully funded” with Hertfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner.
A man arrested in Potters Bar is in immigration detention after entering the country illegally.
Volunteers on horseback are Welwyn Hatfield’s newest front line against rural and highway nuisances.
Potters Bar’s MP has lobbied the government for more information after Hertsmere’s failed infrastructure funding bid.
Welwyn Hatfield’s new Chief Inspector has warned she will continue to take a “no-nonsense” approach to antisocial behaviour after recently taking the helm.
Potters Bar’s MP has met with one of Hertsmere’s largest housing associations after numerous residents told him they were “sick and tired” with its performance.
Potters Bar’s MP claims some of the most frugal parliamentary expenses in the county, according to figures from the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA).
Potters Bar residents are being urged to report any changes in their circumstances regarding housing benefits or council tax.
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A meeting was held by Potters Bar MP Oliver Dowden to reassure “constantly petrified” residents that police are working “tirelessly” to catch those responsible for the town’s growing number of burglaries.
Potters Bar’s MP Oliver Dowden said he is “delighted” after being promoted during this week’s Cabinet reshuffle.
Hertsmere Council has revealed it is set to propose the maximum increase in council tax allowed for the coming financial year.
With the presents all opened, the helpings of turkey sinking in, and the holiday disappearing, you may need some inspiration to be able to face up to the prospect of 2018.
A police sergeant covering Potters Bar and Shenley is urging people to improve their security after a rise in burglaries.
A man has been charged after three Audis were stolen in different incidents across Hertsmere – including one in Potters Bar.
Potters Bar residents have claimed children’s safety was put at risk after Hertsmere Council failed to help grit roads in the town.
Burglaries in Potters Bar have risen by 55% in one year, police figures show.
Following the announcement of a potential extra £450 million for police in England and Wales, Hertsmere MP Oliver Dowden has been asking how this can be used for Potters Bar’s community policing.
A scheme designed to stop sexual offences taking place in social venues has been unveiled in Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere.