A Hatfield primary school celebrated its 60th anniversary in a joyful atmosphere with people "reminiscing and catching up with old friends".
A Welwyn Hatfield charity that provides Christmas Day meals for elderly and lonely people has received a £1,000 donation following a fundraiser.
A 21-year-old from WGC is aiming to become the first man ever to travel from Russia's eastern coast to London on horseback - despite only learning to ride properly this summer.
Hertsmere councillors have agreed to spend around £310,000 on the replacement of computers at the borough council.
There have been 232 reported crimes in Hertfordshire's churches in the last three years - including 19 sexual offences, latest figures have revealed.
Hatfield's University of Hertfordshire will lead the way in a study looking at how data can be used to improve health and social care services.
Welwyn St Mary's Primary School has unveiled its new "fantastic" playground.
A £1million upgrade to the footbridge connecting Welwyn Garden City train station with the east side of the town has been given the green light.
A Welwyn Garden City man who shed 11-and-a-half stone while attending Hatfield's Slimming World has hailed the group that "helped to save my life".
More than 200 young people, parents and carers attended the borough's first mental health conference.
Hundreds of people enjoyed a "wonderful" evening of performances and dancing as part of celebrations for a Hindu festival in Welwyn Garden City.
A Welwyn Garden City teenager who is an expert at making cakes is set to appear on Channel 4's Junior Bake Off 2019.
Police have asked Hatfield businesses to tell them what they think as part of an awareness drive for their feedback service.
Plans are in the pipeline for another 128 homes near the former Shredded Wheat factory in a separate Welwyn Garden City development to the 1,454-home Wheat Quarter proposals already agreed.
A Welwyn Garden City art student scooped top prize in a competition designed to boost career chances for aspiring graphic designers.
Welwyn Garden City pupils have helped create a "handsome legacy" for the town after planting 2020 bulbs for next year's centenary celebrations.
Welwyn Garden City's Stanborough Lakes will remain closed "for the foreseeable future" after a fish-killing disease was discovered.
WGC's Coronation Foundation has been turned pink for October in a bid to highlight Breast Cancer Awareness month.
The Welwyn Hatfield Safer Neighbourhood Team held a priority-setting forum in Welwyn Garden City to discuss where resources would be focused over the next few months.
The great-great-grandson of Ebenezer Howard returned to Welwyn Garden City for the first time in nearly 40 years to win a half marathon.
An Essendon-based riding group has hosted a special ride to mark a charity's 50th anniversary.
A teenager with autism has criticised Welwyn Garden City's Oaklands College after it postponed his course days before it was scheduled to start.
The leader of Welwyn Hatfield's Liberal Democrats group has blasted the borough council over the "mountains of rubbish" at its recycling bins.
More than £10,000 worth of cannabis has been seized from the streets of Hatfield - as well as £26,000 in cash and a knuckle duster - as Herts police continues to tackle drug dealing and its associated criminality.
A new cash machine is set to be installed in Welwyn after it lost its only ATM earlier this year.
A Welwyn Hatfield charity has hailed its "sensational supporters" following a record-breaking fundraiser.
Waste giants Veolia will no longer commit to disposing of Hertfordshire's rubbish in the long term, following the decision by the Secretary of State to reject plans for an incinerator in Hoddesdon.
Councillors in Welwyn Hatfield have formally agreed to set up a cross-party board to focus on the future of Welwyn Garden City town centre.
Parking permits in Cuffley have been 'open to a small amount of misuse' - which Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council is seeking to change.
A new housing plan was agreed by Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council on Tuesday to meet growing demand.