A WGC-based charity has won a Government grant to help transform the lives of carers and their families in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Supermarket staff planted trees at a primary school in Potters Bar as part of a Commonwealth forest conservation project.
Police, fire and ambulance services attended a serious crash on the A1(M) near Welwyn Garden City.
A volunteer group in WGC received a £2,500 donation from the Masonic Lodge to go towards their charity Christmas meal.
A man has been convicted of fraud for making a false insurance claim to Hertfordshire County Council over a pothole in St Albans.
Councillor Tony Kingsbury has been appointed the new leader of Welwyn Hatfield Council following the death of former leader Mandy Perkins.
Welwyn Hatfield Council has elected a new councillor for Welwyn West following the death of Cllr Mandy Perkins.
Hertsmere MP Oliver Dowden is urging rail bosses to extend the Oyster card network to Potters Bar and Radlett stations.
Potters Bar Golf Club has ceased trading after nearly 100 years of operating in the town.
A 37-acre stretch of land near Potters Bar could be turned into an area of open woodland which will serve as a buffer to the M25.
JD Wetherspoon is not giving up on the plan to open a hotel/bar in Welwyn Garden City even after the council refused planning permission.
A small business centre to boost business in the borough has been approved for Hatfield by the council’s cabinet.
A Welwyn Hatfield Council project to renew and regenerate Hatfield has been shortlisted for a national award.
Proposals to build new homes in Potters Bar as part of Hertsmere’s Local Plan have met with mixed reactions from residents.
A plan to build a new JD Wetherspoon hotel/bar in Welwyn Garden City has been rejected by Welwyn Hatfield Council’s development management committee.
A broken down heavy goods vehicle is causing delays for traffic travelling towards Potters Bar.
Traffic was held on the M25 near Potters Bar after a crash yesterday evening.
A plan to build a new JD Wetherspoon hotel in Welwyn Garden City has been recommended for refusal by the council’s development management committee.
A Catholic primary school in Potters Bar held a celebration day on Friday to mark the canonisation of Pope Paul VI.
A Brookmans Park teenager is following in his father’s footsteps by winning an all-Ireland traditional Irish music competition.
The next steps in plans to rejuvenate Welwyn Garden City town centre have been announced by Herts County Council and Welwyn Hatfield Council.
Train bosses are putting the finishing touches to refurbishments at Welwyn Garden City station as part of a nationwide investment project.
Headteachers from Welwyn Garden City have responded to Ofsted’s proposals to judge more on personal development and leadership than on exam results.
Police are investigating a spate of burglaries in WGC on Monday, including one where the burglars were disturbed by an elderly woman.
Winners of WGC’s Business Improvement District (BID) Awards were announced at a ceremony at the Louis de Soissons Hall in Church Road on Friday, October 12.
A burglary in Welwyn Garden City was interrupted when an elderly resident shouted at an intruder in her home.
A Tommy silhouette has been unveiled in Hatfield to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.
People in Potters Bar will soon be invited to have their say on the next stage of housing development in Hertsmere.
A Welwyn Garden City school which recently gained academy status invited the Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire to mark its official opening.
Plans to introduce a verge protection order in parts of WGC have been deferred after residents argued they will no longer be able to park in front of their houses.