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With the start of term fast approaching, Year 6 pupils who finished primary school in lockdown have said their final farewells before moving on to secondary school.
Following the cancellation of exams due to COVID-19, and the A-level results debacle last week, GCSE results are being awarded based on teacher and centre-assessed grades. Follow our live blog to see how pupils fared.
With Year 6 pupils’ final year of primary school disrupted by coronavirus, the Welwyn Hatfield Times gave them a chance to say goodbye to friends and teachers in print.
This year, exams were cancelled due to coronavirus and results have been calculated based on mock grades. Follow our live blog to see how students fared.
After A-Level exams were disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, the University of Hertfordshire has confirmed it will hold places for students who are appealing their results.
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Protestors gathered in Hatfield for a Black Lives Matter march on Saturday after an alleged incident of police brutality in the town.
The green-fingered winners of our Enjoy Gardening More gardening competition are celebrating after cultivating their best lockdown gardens.
A Potters Bar author has celebrated the launch of her latest young adult novel via Zoom, with more than 80 people attending.
With Year 6 pupils leaving primary education and potentially missing out on celebrations, the WHT wants to help schools, parents and students mark this milestone through our newspaper and website.
Cafés, pubs and restaurants in WGC and Hatfield are reopening with social distancing guidelines in place to keep customers safe.
Entries are now open for the 2020 Herts Business Awards to celebrate the hard work and achievements of firms and their people over the past 12 months.
The annual Christmas panto at Campus West in Welwyn Garden City has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Preparations are set to begin next week for the £45m regeneration of High View neighbourhood centre in Hatfield.
A peaceful Black Lives Matter protest was held in Welwyn Garden City on Saturday.
Pupils from Dame Alice Owens School in Potters Bar were named the winners of a national coding competition.
A socially-distanced service was held in Hatfield to mark VE Day, after the official celebrations were cancelled due to the lockdown.
Staff and pupils at Bishop’s Hatfield Girls’ School held up homemade signs praising the efforts of essential workers.
People in Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar have created displays, turned fountains blue and sent personal messages to thank NHS staff and key workers.
Work will start next month on a 420 space multi-storey car park in Hatfield, as part of the regeneration of the town centre.
Victims in Welwyn and Sawbridgeworth have been receiving packages they have not ordered, which are then collected by fraudulent couriers.
A ‘Scrub Hub’ has been set up in Hertfordshire to respond to the desperate need for scrubs in the county’s hospitals, clinics and GP surgeries.
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The Welwyn Hatfield Times asked NHS staff, carers and key workers to send in pictures of themselves for a gallery thanking them for all their hard work.
Oaklands College in St Albans has cancelled its annual lambing weekend as a precaution to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Police are appealing for witnesses after two people were stabbed in Welwyn Garden City.