Four commemorative trees have been planted in memory of former Welwyn Hatfield councillors.
One of the country’s brightest young computational thinkers attends a Potters Bar school.
Welwyn village will be left without a bank when its Barclays branch closes its doors early next year.
A family-run home care provider has been commended for the quality of its service.
Pre-schoolers in Welwyn Garden City are showing their sense of community spirit with regular visits to a local residential care home.
Free fruit will be given away to children in Welwyn Garden City to promote healthy eating and reduce food waste.
For the better part of two decades, Glynis Simmons virtually bent over backwards to help those receiving treatment at QEII Hospital in Welwyn Garden City.
A Welwyn Garden City hospice has appealed for more donations of winter stock amid an “overwhelming” community response since its storage warehouse was flooded.
A family of five Syrian refugees are set to call Welwyn Hatfield Borough home from next month.
Residents are banding together to protest against the removal of two established trees in the heart of a Hatfield.
Potters Bar residents have been angered by senseless vandalism in a residential street.
Girls from a Brookmans Park school are helping to empower women in Botswana through a new charity enterprise.
Young Hatfield footballers have done their bit for the environment whilst supporting the Poppy Appeal.