Seven crews from across Hertfordshire have been tackling a fire in Letchworth this morning, and are currently still working at the site.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for the East of England tomorrow with thunderstorms expected across the region.
NSPCC research has suggested that the mental health of more than 62,000 children in our area who have been abused could be threatened by changes to NHS services.
One man remains in hospital in a serious but not life-threatening condition following the major crash that took place in Stevenage's Monkswood Way last month.
Tesco has released a statement today confirming that 4,500 jobs are to be cut through operational changes, following conversations with colleagues.
As the latest Herts police recruits prepare to patrol our streets, the force's numbers have topped 2,000 for the first time in many years.
The East and North Herts NHS Trust has been named as one of the 40 best Trusts in the UK at a national ceremony.
Tesco customers in Hatfield will be able to choose which community project gains from Tesco's Bags of Help funding pot of £100,000.
The organisation that plans, designs and pays for our NHS service has been awarded an 'outstanding' rating.
Great Northern train services running through Stevenage have returned to normal following earlier disruption.
Govia Thameslink has announced that Great Northern train services running through Stevenage will be affected by trespassers on the railway.
Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Road Policing Unit will be focusing on drink drivers and those driving under the influence of drugs in the coming weeks.
As Carers Week kicks off on Monday Herts-based care workers are being invited to a wide range of free events across the county.
Funding has been secured for a new careers hub which will serve schools and colleges in North Herts, Stevenage and Welwyn Hatfield.
Herts Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd has pledged £260,000 to support residents targeted by scammers.
To mark the 50th anniversary of people with disabilities being given the chance to horse ride, Herts residents are being encouraged to join an 80-mile horseshoe route.
After four months of training, 32 new police officers have been welcomed into Hertfordshire Constabulary.
More than 100 parents and activists marched together yesterday to protest the situation for children with special educational needs in Hertfordshire.