An inpatient from Watford General Hospital has been confirmed as having coronavirus – as the number of confirmed cases in Herts reaches five, according to Public Health England.
Due to Storm Dennis London Colney, Potters Bar and Hatfield could experience some flooding.
Storm Dennis is causing major disruption to services between London and Cambridge today.
Conservation charity, the National Trust – which owns Shaw’s Corner near Welwyn and Morven Park in Potters Bar – has pledged to become carbon net zero by 2030, as it marks its 125th anniversary.
A Hertfordshire police officer has appeared in court charged with misconduct.
A loud bang heard across Hertfordshire early this morning caused homes to shake, set car alarms off and led to many thinking a bomb had gone off in the county.
A thief swiped a charity box from Hatfield Post Office on Wednesday afternoon – and police are investigating whether the incident is linked to a similar theft in the town earlier this month.
A young woman from Royston diagnosed with stage four cancer will share her story at a charity event at Hatfield House.
North Herts district councillors have voted to ban the giving of goldfish as prizes on council land.
A criminal gang who left a “trail of misery”, committing burglaries across Herts – and further afield in Beds, Bucks and Essex – have been jailed for more than 23 years.
There is still some disruption on rail services this morning after yesterday’s power cut – but most services are “returning to normal”.
There has been a crash on the A1(M) between junctions 6 and 7 this evening, causing long delays in the area.
There is disruption on Great Northern and Thameslink rail services after a major power cut in the south east of the UK.
A vehicle overturned in Welwyn last night, after being involved in a collision with a parked car.
The eastbound A414 is closed and two lanes are blocked on the connecting A1(M) roundabout at Junction 4 for Hatfield after a HGV overturned this afternoon.
London-bound Great Northern train services are being disrupted due to a fault with the signalling system between Peterborough and Hitchin.
A woman was seriously injured in a crash on the A1(M) between the two Stevenage junctions this morning – and now police are appealing for witnesses to the incident to come forward.
There are severe delays on the A1(M) southbound after a crash between the two Stevenage junctions earlier today.
The A1(M) has now reopened following an incident this afternoon near Hatfield which saw a child fall from a moving van.