Volunteers who help support dying patients and their families at Stevenage’s Lister Hospital say they feel “overwhelmed” after receiving royal recognition for their work.
Hertfordshire primary schools are busy welcoming back their nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 pupils after months of isolation due to COVID-19.
Workers from the county council’s youth service will be out and about in streets and parks across Hertfordshire as lockdown easing continues.
An Iranian GP based at Lister Hospital in Stevenage has sadly died from COVID-19.
Home-Start Herts is one of ten community projects and charities in Hertfordshire that has received a share of almost £90,000 in National Lottery funding in the past month.
Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is providing round-the-clock support for people in Herts experiencing a mental health crisis.
This year, Mental Health Awareness Week has taken on added significance with the country recovering from months of isolation away from friends and family during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Herts Disability Sports Foundation has continued to provide much-needed services for adults and children with learning difficulties during this pandemic.
The phased reopening of Herts’ recycling centres will begin next week, with ten sites set to open on Monday.
On May 8, 1945, the guns fell silent and war finally came to an end in Europe, with joyous celebrations erupting across the country.
At times like these, while close family are unable to visit, a community alarm can be so important for elderly or vulnerable residents.
Hertfordshire police have handed out 189 fines in the county for residents allegedly flouting COVID-19 lockdown laws, new figures reveal.
The granddaughter of Arsenal legend Ian Allinson has raised nearly £6,000 for Garden House Hospice Care by cycling one mile a day.
A social care provider based in Hertfordshire has been spending over £120,000 of its own money on PPE to protect its workers and vulnerable clients from COVID-19.
Signs asking members of the public to respect teams working on the highways have been brought in, after workers were subjected to abuse from passers-by.
The number of COVID-19 deaths at East and North Herts NHS Trust hospitals has reached 100, according to the latest NHS England figures.
Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd has recorded a message for residents, one month after lockdown measures were first introduced.
A network of trusted volunteers to help residents self-isolating during the coronavirus lockdown has been provided by the Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner.
Hertfordshire county councillors have granted £97,000 in less than three weeks to community groups working to support their local area through the COVID-19 outbreak.
Campaigners have warned that the nation faces a “looming crisis” in foster care owing to the coronavirus lockdown.
A takeaway in Stevenage is aiming to deliver thousands of free hot meals to NHS staff during the coronavirus pandemic.
A nurse at Lister Hospital has broken ranks to expose the shocking PPE health workers are being equipped with on the frontline against coronavirus.
Hertfordshire police officers are taking the ‘right tone’ in dealing with the new lockdown laws, the county’s police and crime commissioner has said.
Hertfordshire businesses will be supported on a local as well as national level during the coronavirus lockdown, the county’s leading organisations have vowed.
A Coronavirus Disaster Relief Fund has been launched in Hertfordshire to help charities and community groups negotiate the coronavirus outbreak.
All schools in the UK will be closed from Friday, the government has announced.
Psychotherapist Anna Mathur shares some advice on how to manage anxiety induced by coronavirus and self-isolation.
Northbound traffic is being held on the A1(M) this evening following a serious crash between J6 for Welwyn and J7 for Stevenage.
A Hatfield drug dealer has been jailed for five years and eight months after being discovered with over 1,000 wraps of crack and heroin.
The total cost of dementia care in Hertfordshire is set to soar by 72 per cent over the next decade, amid fresh calls for urgent social care investment.