Pupils in Potters Bar have been learning about the law, how to be a responsible citizen and the consequences of crime and anti-social behaviour.
Court results published by the Welwyn Hatfield Times are taken from St Albans, Stevenage and Hatfield Magistrates’ Court and are published without prejudice.
Potters Bar driveways have been targeted by would-be thieves - after residents were refused planning permission for security gates, partly on grounds that they would “increase perception of crime”.
A group of residents in Woolmer Green are campaigning to make a footpath safer for pedestrians.
An ‘affectionate’ dog called Patch is one of this week’s featured pets looking for a new home in our regular RSPCA Southridge appeal.
A mystery land development at South Mimms may become housing - but work has progressed without required permissions, Hertsmere Borough Council says.
Welwyn Garden City’s alarming slide towards the relegation places continued after a humbling 4-1 defeat at Cambridge City.
Hannah Botterman’s last-minute try sparked wild delight for Saracens as their 31-28 win at Loughborough Lightning earned them top spot in the Tyrrells Premier 15s League.
A beaming Kat Ratnapala hailed her Saracens Mavericks players after they channelled all their frustrations into a stunning performance against Surrey Storm.
A stunning second-half saw Saracens Mavericks overpower Surrey Storm on their way to a fantastic 58-50 win in the Netball Superleague.
Mark McCall hailed Saracens’ second-half improvements in their 27-20 win at home to Harlequins in the Gallagher Premiership.
There will be two chances to see the award-winning Karine Polwart on stage at Hatfield’s Folk by the Oak music festival this summer.
A new exhibition exploring the works of a hugely influential British artist is set to open in St Albans.
There’s still time to bid to win free tickets to the county’s top tourist attractions.
Community organisers are asking Potters Bar folk for their input in a meeting to ensure Christmas 2019 sparkles as much as it did last year.
The video for Jonas Brothers’ new single Sucker was filmed in Hatfield.
Swastikas and homophobic messages have been cleaned away from a much-loved nature reserve by Welwyn Hatfield Council, at a cost of £1,935 plus VAT.