During the spring lockdown crime levels dropped by an estimated 25 per cent – but have now returned to normal levels, councillors have been told.
Young people who hang around the centre of Welwyn Garden City can travel there from as far away as London, councillors have been told.
I have some positive, exciting news after this strange few months – at last, the amazing food scene in Hertfordshire is on the map.
Surrounded by the medical waste that has kept him alive, four-year-old super-warrior Elliot Harridge is still a picture of perfection.
A teacher at a Welwyn Garden City secondary school has been supporting local care workers by creating more than 180 face visors.
The number of people seeking help for domestic abuse in districts and boroughs to the east of the county has gone up by 90 per cent during the coronavirus lockdown, it has emerged.
Councillors have given the go ahead to developers looking to transform a grade II listed building in South Mimms into homes for those seeking a more communal way of life.
Education bosses in Hertfordshire are expected to allocate primary school places for next year as planned, councillors have heard.
Hertfordshire County Council has taken steps to make sure funding is available to community groups seeking to support their area during the coronavirus outbreak.
The decision to postpone the election for Hertfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has been endorsed by candidates from across the political divide.
Maintenance of the council’s housing stock across Welwyn Hatfield is to be reviewed, after councillors raised concerns.
The company which owns Brocket Hall near Welwyn Garden City is likely to go into administration, a top insolvency judge was told yesterday.
A full business case for the redevelopment of Herts police headquarters in Welwyn Garden City will be prepared, including applying to the council for planning permission for the site in Stanborough Road.
A Welwyn Garden City dentist has been suspended following allegations of sexual assault and harassment, which a committee said his fellow practitioners would consider “disgraceful”.
A Hatfield primary school celebrated its 60th anniversary in a joyful atmosphere with people “reminiscing and catching up with old friends”.